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||The Redskins haven't been two games over .500 since the middle of 2008. No wonder fans are ecstatic.|
||Not that he cares what I think, but Rex Grossman is beginning to win me over. But he needs to eliminate his mistakes in the red zone. Minus those interceptions, Shanahan wants to bottle this game up: 35 carries for 172 yards rushing and enough big plays to balance it out. Defense also continues to impress.|
|16||22||Hats off to the Redskins for their solid start. Better competition awaits, but Shanahan should be quite happy with the early season results.|
|13||14||All those who thought Rex Grossman would be 2-0 raise your hands. Maybe they can be a factor in the East race.|
|14||13||Redskins fans just aren't used to me being positive about their Daniel Snyder-owned team, but I'll do my best to detail how these things tend to work: When you win, good things usually ensue and people have nice things to say. When you lose, like Washington has done for most of the past 11 seasons, not so much. Hope that helps.|
|11||Who had the 'Skins as the only 2-0 team in the NFC East?|
||Skins can separate from the middle of the pack with a win in Big D this Monday.|
|NFL.com Power Poll||14||13||FYI: This poll is comprised of numerous analyst and writers around the NFL
|National Football Post||15
||Rex Grossman made plays for the second week in a row—and the ‘Skins are atop the NFC East.|
|NOLA.com||13||14||2-0 Don't look now, but Redskins are in first place in NFC East.|
Hogs Haven Power Rankings after the jump...
1. New England Patriots: Pats dominated a good San Diego squad.
2. Green Bay Packers: The reigning champs overcame an early two score deficit to beat a feisty Panthers team.
3. New York Jets: Rex Ryan's squad moves to 2-0 after destroying the lowly Jaguars.
4. Houston Texans: Texan stayed perfect with a win against Miami, the road gets tougher this week with a match up against the Saints.
5. New Orleans Saints: The Saints got their season back on track in their home opener, destroying Chicago 31-13
6. Baltimore Ravens: After looking great in Week 1 the Ravens looked terrible in Week 2 losing to a rebuilding Titans squad.
7. San Diego Chargers: Norv's team lost a big early season match up versus the Patriots.
8. Atlanta Falcons: After looking terrible in Week 1 the Falcons rebounded to beat the visiting Eagles.
9. Philadelphia Eagles: After a second physical game in Atlanta the Eagles will now prepare for their division rival, the Giants.
10. Detroit Lions: The Lions DESTROYED the Chiefs 48-3 in their home opener.
11. Pittsburgh Steelers
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
13. Washington Redskins
14. Buffalo Bills
15. Dallas Cowboys
16. Chicago Bears
17. New York Giants
18. Jacksonville Jaguars
19. Tennessee Titans
20. Cleveland Browns
21. Oakland Raiders
22. Arizona Cardinals
23. Denver Broncos
24. Cincinnati Bengals
25. San Francisco 49ers
26. St. Louis Rams
27. Miami Dolphins
28. Carolina Panthers
29. Indianapolis Colts
30. Minnesota Vikings
31. Kansas City Chiefs
32. Seattle Seahawks