Ashburn, VA-John Beck, London Fletcher, DeAngelo Hall, Brian Orakpo and others spoke today, a day after losing their fourth game in a row.
Landover, MD-The Redskins lost their fourth in a row 19-11 to the San Francisco 49ers and what little playoff hopes they had are now fading fast.
I don’t care if John Beck throws five interceptions, and gets sacked 15 times against the San Francisco 49ers. It doesn’t matter if Beck has a fever of 105 degrees before the game and is in the hospital. Start Terrence Austin as the emergency QB. Start Brandon Banks and run wildcat. Do anything you want. Just never start Rex Grossman again.
If Philadelphia beats Chicago at home on Sunday and Dallas does the same against Seattle while the Redskins lose to red-hot San Francisco to close the first half of the season, they’ll be alone in the NFC East basement again.
The Washington Redskins lost their third in a row falling to the Buffalo Bills 23-0 in Toronto and are now 3-4 on the season.
If the Redskins are going to snap their losing streak today, they’re going to have to break-out offensively. Here are five players to watch on Washington’s offense.
Ashburn, VA-The Redskins held an open locker room this morning with a few new additions as they prepare for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Ashburn, VA-Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan had his Monday press conference today to talk about the loss to the Panthers yesterday. Listen here to what he had to say.
Talent, coaching and effort are three critical elements in forging a successful team. But there’s another one: health.
John Beck spoke to reporters two days before the league schedules QB’s to hold press conferences so that he could take the blame for his miscommunication with Leonard Hankerson.