When coach Shanahan was asked about Garcon’s ability to push off of his injured foot, the ball coach simply refused to answer the question.
After 8 grueling weeks in the National Football League, all players have some sort of injury or ailment that will attempt to hamper their play. And this has traditionally been the time in the regular season where you can separate the pretender teams from the contending teams.
This Sunday will be a measuring stick for the Redskins who seek to prove to themselves that they can be a winning ball club in the National Football League.
Left tackles may never sign endorsement deals, but football minds understand that a quarterback’s success is handcuffed to the ability of his offensive lineman.
Washington is doing well on offense this year, but they need that one extra thing to really push them to a dangerous group of weapons. That “one thing” is a player that they just got rid of within the last two months.
Washington is considered a front runner in the Peyton Manning sweepstakes, but something tells me the Redskins want Peyton more than Peyton wants the Redskins.
It took Orakpo 17 games to finally register a full sack against an NFC East foe.
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.
Junks share their keys for Redskins to be victorious in Dallas tonight.
Listen to Lavar Arrington and Chad Dukes talk NFC East football.