Logan Paulsen: We’ve Hit A Rough Patch
The Washington Redskins have lost three of their last four games and sit even with a 3 – 3 record. A lone bright spot in an overall disappointing afternoon was the play of second-year tight end Logan Paulsen, who joined the LaVar Arrington Show with Chad Dukes.
After making the 53-man roster as an undrafted rookie from UCLA in 2010, Paulsen quickly emerged as the teams’ top blocking tight end.
With starter Chris Cooley sidelined as the result of a broken hand, Paulsen had a career day against the Panthers by catching two 24-yard passes to help set up a John Beck rushing touchdown in the third quarter. Washington cut Carolina’s lead to three before rookie Cam Newton orchestrated consecutive touchdown drives that would ultimately put the game out of reach.
Paulsen believes the Redskins’ can rebound from the loss and he discussed how he thinks the team can best prepare for next weeks opponent while learning from their mistakes against the Panthers.
“I think we started that process today with our Monday morning meetings…we need to take that information move forward and apply it to next week, said Paulsen.“Unfortunately we’ve kind of hit a rough patch but the only thing we can do is look out ourselves in a critical light and say what can we do to get better and what can we improve on.”
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Listen to the full interview with Logan Paulsen.