WASHINGTON — Week 2 has come and gone in Washington, and with it another loss for the Redskins.
On Monday morning, just as they will every week the day after a game, Grant and Danny — and a handful of callers — broke down the game in the form of Game Balls and Gassers. The best players and/or coaches get Game Balls, the worst get Gassers.
This week, head coach Jay Gruden received host Danny Rouhier’s first Gasser for a pair of clock-management gaffes.
Grant Paulsen gave his first Gasser to the Redskins’ third-down defense as a whole, saying, “Defensively, the inability to get off the field on third down is baffling.”
“Do you know how hard it should be to convert a third-and-11? Or a third-and-9? Or a third-and-8? If you look at the last two weeks, the Redskins defense, in their inability to get off the field, have allowed 15 conversions on 27 third downs.”
Rouhier gave another Gasser to a member of the coaching staff, this one to offensive coordinator Sean McVay, particularly for his use of the fade route on three consecutive plays on one red-zone possession.
The whole segment is available below.