*Note this will be a shorter slop as there aren't a ton of stories on the Redskins during the bye week
Of the 12 games remaining on their schedule there are some that the Redskins are likely to lose even if they improve to their 2012 form. And there are some that they should win even if they are off their game somewhat. That leaves a handful of games that should decide if they will have a return trip to the playoffs on their calendars in January or if they will be going home.
A detailed look at what potential cuts and voided deals will mean for the Redskins cap and a look at what players and position groups are playing for new deals next year.
Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan entered the Redskins week 5 bye week tied for the NFC sack lead and showing signs that the third year pro bowler is transforming into a force on the defensive line. Kerrigan already has two multi-sack games this year against the Green Bay Packers and the Oakland Raiders.
A look at 5 things the Redskins coaches and players need to figure out during this week off.
Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III has been blitzed the same amount through four games this season as he was through his 15 games in 2012. This season he has been blitzed on 40 percent of his drop backs.
The Redskins and their coaches will have an eye on a number of the games going on today.
A look back at the bye on how Bubble Screens help the Redskins rushing attack.