Here are the biggest moments from the Washington Redskins’ 20-15 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday at Lambeau Field. Scroll down to see a full recap of the game.

Redskins can’t stop Packers on 3rd and 14 deep in their own territory (8:28 fourth quarter): The Redskins’ defense had mostly stuffed the Packers’ offense in the second half, and it seemed poised to again after a big sack and short gain allowed. The Redskins could have gotten the ball back trailing by eight points with plenty of time left. Instead, Aaron Rodgers found running back Aaron Jones for a deep pass that keyed a crushing, 14-play drive that resulted in a field goal and took more than seven minutes. Even though the Redskins answered shortly afterward with a score of their own, this drive drained the clock and secured the Packers’ victory.

Aaron Jones knifes up the gut to puncture the Redskins defense in another slow start (9:10 first quarter): The Redskins’ defense — one week after it allowed the Carolina Panthers to score on their first two possessions — again looked sluggish to start Sunday. The Packers took advantage of starting their drive at midfield and marched quickly into the end zone for the day’s first score. Rodgers hit Jimmy Graham for a 20-yard gain, and Jones’s four-yard touchdown plunge put the Redskins down early.

Interception denies Redskins chance to capitalize before halftime (0:08 second quarter): The Packers were driving when linebacker Ryan Anderson sacked Rodgers and batted the ball free . The Redskins recovered at their own 40, and with three timeouts left, it seemed possible they could cut the deficit to at least 14-9 with a field goal. A hobbled Dwayne Haskins started to march his team down the field, but with eight seconds left, his pass deep left to Kelvin Harmon was picked off by Adrian Amos, keeping the Redskins far enough away to hold off later.

Derrius Guice rips off his longest rush of the afternoon but leaves with an injury (7:03 second quarter): The Redskins’ offense was just heating up when second-year running back Derrius Guice plowed through the right end for 23 yards — what would end up as the team’s longest rush of the game. The 22-year-old finished the play in pain on the ground.

Packers rookie safety Darnell Savage had lowered his shoulder and hit Guice in the left knee, the same one that troubled him last season when a torn ACL forced him to miss the entire year. It was concerning for Guice, who was later downgraded to out, because he missed nine games this season after he tore the meniscus in his right knee in Week 1 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Guice flashed a thumbs up when he emerged from the medical tent Sunday, but he never reentered.

Redskins can’t convert a short third down, leading to Packers score (3:54 first quarter): The Redskins finally found some momentum on their third possession, leaning on running back Adrian Peterson for two runs. Then they went into an empty formation with no running back on third and one from their own 21. Haskins tried a quick slant to Terry McLaurin, but it was batted down at the line of scrimmage for the offense’s third straight three-and-out. The Packers got the ball back at their own 43-yard line and, five plays later, beat the defense for another touchdown. It was 14-0 early.

Terry McLaurin provides a reason for hope (1:22 fourth quarter): The Redskins knew that, even if they scored a touchdown, they were still in a difficult situation with the clock (ticking under two minutes in the fourth quarter) and the scoreboard (down five). But McLaurin emerged from a down day — he had no catches in the first half — to snag one of the Redskins’ best receptions of the season. Haskins threw a rocket between two defenders and McLaurin reeled the ball in with only his left hand. The connection between the rookies was one reason to remember that, even in a lost season, players making plays such as this could lead the team into a better future.