Garçon confident RG3, Skins' offense will click | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"It’s been everything," Garçon said, asked what’s holding back Washington's attack. "We haven’t been running the ball well. We haven’t been throwing the ball well. We haven’t been making plays downfield as a receiving corps for the offense."
Ryan Kerrigan Cuts Pro Wrestling Promo | Washington Redskins | 4th & Pain
Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan joins 4th & Pain before putting his feet up for the bye week. He and Adam Carriker make a bet on Nebraska vs. Purdue and he also cuts a wrestling promo!
A look at some positions on defense that should see interesting time shares going forward and how it could shape up.
Need to Know: Who needs to step up? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, October 4, nine days before the Redskins visit the Cowboys on Sunday night. Nickel coverage Since the Redskins news, the staple for this space, has crawled to a stop we’re doing something a little different here.
A detailed look at the Redskins cap situation for 2014, and also a position by position breakdown on where they need to spend their money.
Robert Griffin III is a Work in Progress, But Improves Every Week
Robert Griffin III has gotten off to a shaky start for the Redskins, but he shows incremental improvement in his overall game every week.
Community contest: Washington Redskins NFL team to be renamed? Design a new logo! - Designer Blog
We decided to get suggestions from journalists who have followed the controversy closely: Robert McCartney, Metro section columnist for The Washington Post and a Redskins season ticket owner who has expressed his thoughts in this article and others David Plotz, editor of Slate, who writes here about ceasing to use the Redskins’ name in coverage Ken Meringolo and Kevin Ewoldt, editors of SB Nation’s Hogs Haven blog, who have frequently explored the issue
Jim Haslett: Barry Cofield establishing himself as best nose tackle in the NFL
"I think Barry is the best nose tackle in the league because he can do a little bit of everything," Haslett said. "He’s good on the run, he’s powerful, he’s strong, he’s a good pass-rusher. He’s relentless. I think that combination makes him the best. He’s not, maybe 350 pounds. He’s 315, 316-17 pounds, but I think he’s ideal for what we’re doing with him."
Redskins coaches seeing growth, maturation in Robert Griffin III’s game
The examples from Sunday centered on how Griffin did a much better job of extending plays with his legs. He moved around in the pocket while looking downfield for receivers. He scrambled to elude defenders and buy his pass-catchers time to get open. On some situations, Griffin broke the pocket and found himself in situations where he probably would’ve just taken off running. But instead, he hit the brakes and found a target.
Friday Conversation: Pierre Garcon - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Washington Redskins viewed him as a No. 1 receiver even if others disagreed. A year ago the Redskins went 9-1 with Pierre Garcon, who signed here
Shutdown Corner’s quarter-season All-Pro team, MVP (hmmm, who could that be?), other awards and more | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Four games into the books. What a start to the 2013 NFL season. Everything went as we expected, right? Always good for a little mystery, the NFL hasn’t failed to deliver intrigue, excitement and controversy in the early going. So … Continue reading →
Giants And Panthers Working on a Trade for Beason? - Over the Cap
Giants and Panthers potentially working out a trade for LB Jon Beason
A look at each game this week and predictions from multiple writers on who will win.