Redskins continue to defend their use of the clock Sunday
"They let that clock go about an extra five seconds too long," Shanahan said Monday at Redskins Park. "We should have had the ball with 25 seconds but that’s neither here nor there. But we do have three opportunities there to go for the end zone before we kick a field goal. And that’s what you’re looking for. You’re trying to get points, possibly a touchdown and a minimum of a field goal."
A look at the good the bad, and where the rookie 2nd round corner goes from here.
Brian Mitchell to Keith Burns: ‘You are a problem’
"Special teams, they took about 25 steps back," the former special-teams great said. "I said that when you have two weeks to prepare for a team, you have to come out with the best scheme, offensively, defensively and special teams. And I’ll say this: Keith Burns, you are a problem right now, because you can’t seem to get your guys to play for you. The one thing that every coach has to have — great coaches — they have to have the ability to get people to buy into what they’re trying to present. And at this point, they’re not buying into one damn thing that you’re presenting."
Shanahan: Wrong call was made regarding fumble recovery
"It was a missed call," Shanahan said. "I saw it during the game, but if somebody makes a call incorrectly and that’s what they see, you can’t challenge it. So it’s just a missed call. We should have had the ball there."
After Sunday night's 31-16 loss to the despised Dallas Cowboys, the Washington Redskins have put themselves in a situation where there are far more questions than answers coming out of Landover, Maryland.
Red zone struggles, miscommunications baffle Redskins players
"It’s mind-boggling. It’s frustrating," left tackle Trent Williams said. "In this league. You’ve got to come away with touchdowns in the red zone, and you can’t turn the ball over. We weren’t good in those areas, and the game reflected it."
Upon Further Review: Washington Redskins Week 6 - ESPN
A review of four hot issues following the Washington Redskins' 31-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys: It’s tough to defend the clock management at t
Jackson Keys Strong Defensive Performance
In his first regular season game of the season, Washington Redskins OLB Rob Jackson keys the defense the same way he closed out 2012: with an interception vs. the Dallas Cowboys.
Washington Redskins’ loss to Dallas Cowboys: It’s hard to find many positives - The Washington Post
Robert Griffin III moved better, but threw the ball poorly in an ugly loss to the Cowboys.
LOVERRO: Mike Shanahan doesn't have much time to get Redskins' woes figured out - Washington Times
The Redskins are 1-4 and about to face the Chicago Bears on Sunday at FedEx Field and the Denver Broncos on the road the following week. Unless Shanahan can find a solution, things are about to get ugly at Redskins Park. Questions that no one wanted to answer will be asked.
A look back on Week 6 of the NFL.