Sunday was Homecoming at FedEx Field and this year’s edition of the Washington Redskins channeled their inner Bobby Mitchell, Ken Houston, Sam Huff, and Sonny Jurgensen to eke out a win.
Coming off their two best rushing performances of the season, the Washington Redskins are starting to resemble the team that closed the 2012 regular season with seven straight wins.
One week after combining for 99 points in a shootout loss with the Denver Broncos, the Dallas Cowboys were held to 14 points in the first half against the Washington Redskins.
The Washington Redskins are facing nearly insurmountable odds of making the postseason, but aren’t willing to throw in the towel just three games into the season.
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That’s some backup plan the Washington Redskins have at quarterback and running back. Now it’s a matter of getting those rookies in the secondary up to scratch.
A year ago, Alfred Morris was an unknown sixth-round draft choice from a nowhere school. Now, he knows he’s going to be focused on more by NFL defenses.
Nobody expected Alfred Morris to have the record-setting rookie season that he did. Now, as the Washington Redskins regroup in Ashburn, Morris wants to make sure he doesn’t have a sophomore slump.
In anticipation of Saturday’s Senior Bowl, Grant Paulsen sat down for an exclusive interview with the Redskins Director of Player Personnel in Alabama Wednesday, to get to know the man behind the Alfred Morris pick.
How did 10-6 NFC East champion Washington Redskins totally reverse course after finishing last in the division at 5-11 in 2011? Defensive stability, coaches, Alfred Morris and of course, RGIII.