The Washington Redskins had their most dominating win under Mike Shanahan as they beat the Philadelphia Eagles 31-6 to go to 4-6 on the year.
Robert Griffin III passed for 200 yards and four touchdowns, adding 84 more on the ground, as the Washington Redskins snapped a three-game losing streak and kept their playoff hopes alive with a convincing 31-6 win over the lowly Philadelphia Eagles.
With playoff hopes on the line and pressure mounting for success in Mike Shanahan’s third season as head coach, the Washington Redskins needed to make a statement Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. The did so in the first half.
The Eagles franchise is suffering to deal with the notion that this season’s Super Bowl aspirations are probably just aspirations. If the Washington Redskins want any shot at turning this into a miracle season, they must find a way to bring Philadelphia even more misery and take this win from the Eagles.
CBS Sports Insider Mike Freeman joined Holden and Danny Thursday morning to talk about the NFC East, the Redskins’ progression, and his article writing on why Eagles are done this year with or without Michael Vick.
Redskins Defensive Coordinator Jim Haslett spoke to the media today about the possibility of having Brandon Meriweather Sunday and what he brings as the Redskins held an open locker room today.
The Redskins practiced today as they come off their bye week and prepare for the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday and could have some key pieces back.
The Washington Redskins spoke to the media today as they will host the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday in only the Redskins second NFC East game so far of the season.
Facing Nick Foles should be good news for the Washington Redskins who ranks 30th in the NFL in defending the pass. The potential return of safety Brandon Meriweather may also help swing the pendulum in the Redskins favor.