Washington Redskins Cornerback Josh Wilson joined the Holden and Danny Show for his weekly spot to recap the Redskins loss in the home opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. However, after last night’s debacle in Seattle, the conversation had to start there.
The Redskins fall to the Cincinnati Bengals 38-31 in Robert Griffin III’s first regular season home game at FedEx Field and are now one and two on the season.
After laying dormant through the first half, Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins came roaring back in the third quarter only to be silenced by the Cincinnati Bengals in the game’s final stanza, falling 38-31 in the home opener at FedEx Field.
The Redskins are looked at more as cowards than as warriors. Whether Washingtonians want to believe it or not, that is the identity that their professional football team has built for itself. The only question now is: will the Redskins change that perception?
Although the Washington Redskins are looking ahead to this weekend’s home opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, much of the talk in Ashburn centered around the performance of replacement officials in last Sunday’s loss to the St. Louis Rams.
The Redskins held an open locker room this morning before they start their first of three practices in preparation for the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.