Five Questions facing the Washington Redskins - ESPN
Can they slow down Dallas’ offense? The Cowboys have scored 30 or more points in three of their five games. Denver’s defense looked atr
Power Rankings: No. 27 Washington Redskins - ESPN
A weekly examination of the Redskins' ESPN.com Power Ranking: Preseason: 10 | Last Week: 25 | ESPN.com Power Ranking since 2002 The Washington Reds
An objective breakdown on what the Redskins need to have happen the rest of the year, both with their schedule and their division rivals to make the post season this year.
Niles Paul Interview: A Redskins Nebraska Connection | 4th & Pain
Niles Paul chats with Adam Carriker and Chuck Carroll about his time in Lincoln and whether his Nebraska team was better than mine. He's a smart guy unlike Roy Helu, who insists his blackshirts were superior. Roy is DREAMING!
Upon Further Review: Washington Redskins Week 5 - ESPN
A review of four hot issues from the Washington Redskins coming out of their bye week. Defensive breakdowns: It’s great for the Redskins defens
Dismantling a recent article and poll claiming that DC Residents supported changing the Redskins name.
Redskins Go Long In '4th And Life' Forum
On Tuesday, the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation hosted the annual '4th And Life' high school football forum from FedExField, talking about grades, character and life after football.
Five teams we’d love to be featured on ‘Hard Knocks’ | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The news that the NFL has implemented a permanent "Hard Knocks" rotation got us thinking ... Which teams would we most want to see on the show next summer? (Never too soon, right?) Without further ado, counting down from five … Continue reading →
Super Bowl site in 2018 will be New Orleans, Indianapolis or Minneapolis - Washington Times
Those three cities were selected from a pool of six at the owners' meetings Tuesday. Should Lucas Oil Stadium in Indy get the game, it would be the first cold-weather stadium to host two Super Bowls.
Powerhouse to Punch Line, N.F.C. East Is in Free Fall - NYTimes.com
In the N.F.C. East, no team has a winning record and every team has a terrible defense. The 0-5 Giants exemplify the deterioration of play in what was once the league's dominant division.
What has happened to the NFC East? - NFL Videos
A losing record can potentially win the NFC East crown. How has the division become so weak?
Why Tony Romo Is Not The Cowboys’ Most Valuable Player " CBS DC
If the NFL has borrowed anything from the NBA, it’s the concept that a league generates more revenue when fans can identify with star players. Subsequently, the NFL has created an illusion that the position of quarterback trumps all other positions on the field.
A look at the top questions surrounding the Redskins after the bye week.