A year ago, they were the unsung heroes of Washington’s surprising NFC East champions. Today, in the wake of the Redskins’ first-to-worst plunge, the starting offensive line is facing a barrage of criticism.
Tyler Polumbus is the only Redskins player to have also played for Seattle and Denver, and joined Grant and Danny for a little compare and contrast, but seemed to get stuck on how great Seattle is. Seriously, listen to how great Seattle sounds.
Right tackle Tyler Polumbus has been through enough in his five years in the NFL not to flinch when the Washington Redskins signed two players at his position while he remained a man without a contract.
The Washington Redskins have re-signed right tackle Tyler Polumbus. The veteran offensive lineman started the first 14 games of the season for Washington before missing a Week 16 tilt against the Philadelphia Eagles with a concussion.
Tyler Polumbus has been a part of what has surprisingly become one of the league’s better offensive lines. But the truth of the matter is this: Polumbus has been by far, the weakest link on the offensive line.
All has returned to normal for the Washington Redskins at quarterback, but the same cannot be said for the offensive line which will be shuffled for Sunday’s critical tilt against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Washington Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan said today that Robert Griffin III fully practiced as they prepare for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan just spoke to the media during his Monday press conference and after Kirk Cousins great game yesterday, says that as soon as he get’s the okay from the doctor, Robert Griffin III will be playing.
On Tuesday, the Junkies had on Washington Redskins right tackle; Tyler Polumbus. Tyler is one of the anchors that have done a great job all year opening holes for Alfred Morris.
The Washington Redskins opened their locker room to the media Wednesday morning as they continue to prepare for the New York Giants on Monday night.