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- At Least Kirk Cousins Isn’t JaMarcus Russell, Or Is He? Is it fair to eviscerate Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins after four ill-advised throws?
- NFL Sets Record For Most Penalty Flags Ever Through Three Weeks The dreaded yellow flags have been raining down on NFL teams this year in record numbers.
- Redskins Gameday: Giants Scouting Report The Redskins travel to MetLife Stadium Thursday night for a primetime game against the Giants, merging two of their worst habits since the second Joe Gibbs era ended after the 2007 season: Losing prime time games and losing in New York.
- Injury Report: Redskins Plug Holes Left By Riley, Jackson DeSean Jackson is not on pace to make a miraculous comeback and will more than likely be out for at least the next three weeks.
- Redskins Defensive Coordinator Joe Barry Has Placed A Muzzle On His Critics When the Redskins announced that Joe Barry would be the guy, the outcry was loud and many assumed that the Redskins had made another Redskins-like hire.
- Redskins Week 2 Injury Report and Fantasy Football Implications Jordan Reed seems to work hard to keep himself injured, and is listed as “Questionable” for Sunday with a quad.
- Does Alfred Morris Deserve A New Contract? If Scot McCloughan wants to successfully rebuild the Washington Redskins, he must extend running back Alfred Morris to a long term deal. And he needs to do it immediately.
- Injury Report: Redskins and A Fantasy Football Sleeper Pick For fantasy football participants, please take note of the below injury report, in particular Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker who is probable to play.
- Is Kirk Cousins The Next Tony Romo? NFL quarterbacks that turn into franchise signal callers eliminate interceptions once they get their feet wet in the league. And after 14 starts and tfour off-seasons, Cousins feet are so wet that they are wrinkled
- Mike Shanahan Opens Up About RGIII, Snyder, Read-Option Former Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said on Friday that neither Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III nor owner Dan Snyder ever felt comfortable with the 2012 zone-read offense that helped the team reach the playoffs.