Shanahan: RG3 is "Definitely Not Ruled Out For The Cleveland Game" " CBS DC
Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan says Robert Griffin III sprained his right LCL, grade one sprain, and is "day-to-day" following the 31-28 win over the Baltimore Ravens. Shanahan went on to say that Griffin III is "definitely not ruled out for the Cleveland game".
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"Kurt came in and did a great job," said Williams. "I mean, Robert is a great player, but it does take 11 players to win. Kurt came in and we couldn’t ask him to do any more than he did. He led us down the field. He got us a two-point conversion. You can’t write a script better than that."
Cousins Can Handle Job If RGIII Can't Go | NBC4 Washington
"It's sore right now, but he wanted to go back into the game, which is a good sign," Redskins coach Mike Shanahan told the media. "It's a positive." "I knew as soon as I got hit, as I screamed, like a man, of course. It hurt real bad," Griffin said before adding: "I'm going to be all right. Nothing's broken."
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"Let’s do this. Let’s talk about the Redskins," Gibbs said. " I told them it’s a good time to visit, right now, to visit Redskins Park. We’re hot, man. It’s great. Everybody, I think, down there at Joe Gibbs Racing, everybody is a Redskinner … and we always follow every single play thing that’s happening and every single game. It’s fun."
Shanahan not worried about Alfred Morris’s fumbles
"To be honest with you, fumbles are going to occur," the coach said. "You have to practice it every day with the defense, trying to strip the ball from you. We haven’t had as much contact [in recent practices] with the Monday night game and obviously playing on Sunday, some short weeks. We’ll get back to trying to strip the ball, putting him in those situations where he gets those good habits back."
Five observations from the Redskins’ win over the Ravens
Resilience shows once again – Yesterday’s game was yet another matchup that had all the makings of a classic Redskins collapse. From the defense’s sudden inability to stop the run, continued ineffectiveness against the pass, the cold streak the offense suffered from the second quarter on, an apparent turnover (that wound up being reversed) when the Redskins needed to orchestrate a comeback drive, all the way down to Griffin’s injury with less than two minutes left … it was all there.
"What about this generation? I like these young men," he said. "I think you have a good base of character young men and I think that’s what people always wondered about. "They still want to talk about Charles Mann and Darrell Green and Art Monk and all those guys, but I think we do have some solid young men here today."
The last two weeks, Haslett and his staff have made game-altering halftime adjustments, switching at the game's midpoint to more man-to-man coverage in the secondary and a more intense pass rush. The emergence of outside linebacker Rob Jackson as a pass-rushing threat has helped, but the timing of the move is critical. The Redskins aren't going to succeed, with their defensive personnel, if they plan man-to-man coverage and rush the passer like crazy all game. They need to hold it close in the first half and deploy their more aggressive strategy in the second in order to get the most out of it. Sunday, they held back in the first half but sent extra rushers after Baltimore's Joe Flacco in the second, and the numbers indicate that it rattled him.
After committing 13 penalties in both the Carolina and Philadelphia games, the Redskins were on relatively good behavior for two weeks. Against the Cowboys they were hit with five penalties for 41 yards and four for 56 against the Giants. The two penalty totals were their lowest totals of the year.
"I was trying to just think about it like being out at practice every day," he said. "I just tried to stay calm, just make good contact with it and knock it through." It didn’t even matter that the FedEx Field turf was chewed up from rain and more than four quarters of football. Holder Sav Rocca had his spot, and Forbath patted down the grass with his hand to make sure everything was all right.
The wins keep piling up for the Washington Redskins who downed the Baltimore Ravens 31-28 in overtime to win their fourth straight contest and remain in the thick of the playoff hunt. Who deserves to win the 4th & Pain title this week? Cast your vote and help decide!
"I knew I messed up," an inconsolable Paul said afterward. "It can't happen. It shouldn't happen. It should never happen." Because there was a turnover on the play, it was automatically reviewed in the booth. It was unclear if Reed gained possession before going out of bounds. "I was hoping that the [replay] was turned over and the ball was out of bounds," Paul said.
Trent Williams' dream comes true for Redskins-Ravens - Washington Times
Left tackle Trent Williams went one further: He dreamed up what would happen at FedEx Field. "I dreamed it was an overtime [game]," Williams said. Then what happened? "We won," he said with a smile, shortly after the 31-28 victory over the Baltimore Ravens that propelled the Redskins to 7-6.
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