The Redskins have given up seven return touchdowns. In they previous three seasons combined they gave up six.
The issues are primarily on the defensive side of the ball. Linebacker Sean Lee (neck) has been ruled out and cornerback Morris Claiborne (hamstring) is doubtful as is linebacker Ernie Sims (groin). It seems almost certain the Claiborne will miss the game while Sims plans to make the trip and test his groin at FedEx Field before a final determination of his status is made.
A look at why Packers OC Tom Clements would be a good option to take over the Redskins and help develop RGIII.
This shouldn't be Brian Orakpo's last home game as a Washington Redskins player. If the organization is smart they'll find a way to keep him around.
I think some young guys have shown signs this year, but certainly not enough. I'm surprised to say this, but Aldrick Robinson has made strides the last couple of games. Can that continue? I think he can be more consistent. The coaches say he's smart, so they can put him at any receiver position. He's improved on his underneath routes; he was off with his timing of the routes for a while this season.
A look at how the Redskins cap situation isn't really going to be that much better now that the cap penalty is done.
The Redskins enter the game with a 3-11 record and mired in a six-game losing streak. A Mike Shanahan team has never lost seven straight games, and the Redskins haven't lost seven in a row since Norv Turner's 3-13 campaign in 1994. Can they end the skid this week, or will this game feature more of the same?
You be the G.M., build the best draft you can for the Redskins!
Aldrick Robinson is, without a doubt, the fastest wide receiver on the Redskins' roster. The past two games, though, he's added some big-time production to that elite speed.