Whether or not he can return to form in 2018 is a cliffhanger storyline worth waiting for.
Drew Brees passed for 385 yards and two touchdowns, going 11 of 11 for 164 yards on New Orleans’ final two possessions of regulation.
The Saints racked up 213 yards and 18 points in the final 5:58 of regulation and overtime. The Redskins managed just two punts and 29 yards.
Uh-oh. It is one thing to have 21 players on the injury report this week, the most in the NFL. But losing Chris Thompson is huge.
Kirk Cousins and the Redskins got lucky that injury was avoided, but should they really have to worry about playing by the rules?
What if, instead of forcing all players to go to college, we let players decide and then stick with it for three years?
With no more home teams, D.C.’s RFK Stadium faces an uncertain future that will not come without upkeep or demolition costs for taxpayers.
As far as we know, injury bugs aren’t a real thing. But if they are, it definitely helps explain the Redskins’ 21-player injury report.
If you care about the future of the Redskins at quarterback, please help put this speculation to rest.
Almost exactly nine years ago, Shaun Alexander ended his career with the Washington Redskins. Now his work and his perspective have changed.