So how should the Redskins handle the remaining 20 quarters of play? Should the treat it as the start of the 2014 preseason and give some young players who are the future of the team a chance to show what they can do? Or should the Redskins continue to play their current starters in hopes of winning as many of the remaining games as possible? Redskins Insiders Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir debate the question in this week's edition of Point-Counterpoint.
Washington Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo provided strong insight into his season, coming back from two torn pectoral muscles and answers whether or not he's an elite pass-rusher.
A look at what defensive needs should be prioritized in the offseason for the Redskins.
It's just a feel and it's something Robert Griffin III still needs to develop. And it's why the Washington Redskins coaches point so emphatically to Griffin's offseason, spent rehabbing and unable to improve his game.
Rookie tight end Jordan Reed said Thursday he expects to return to the Washington Redskins' lineup for Sunday night's game against the New York Giants at FedEx Field.
"Nah, that's not a situation where we say, ‘Let's go out and win for-,' " linebacker London Fletcher said. "You don't even think about that. Everybody has a job they have to do, and that's what you focus on."
The storyline became that there is some sort of rift between Griffin and his offensive line because, well, don't offensive linemen always help their quarterbacks up after a sack? Or do they?
Fullback Darrel Young (hamstring) and tight end Niles Paul (illness) did not practice Thursday, Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said.
A look at how some possible cuts and the voided contracts can help the Redskins 2014 (and beyond) cap situation.