Washington Redskins Will Not Bench RGIII " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins have no plans of making a quarterback change to rectify an 0-2 start to the season that includes losses to the Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles.
A look at how all the parties involved mishandled the recovery and return from injury for the Redskins star quarterback this season.
Hall: 'We've got to keep fighting' | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"We've got to keep fighting," said corner back DeAngelo Hall, playing in his 10th NFL season and his sixth with the Redskins. "We've got to keep fighting, we've got to keep playing."
Benching Griffin is not the answer | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Washington Redskins might have a better chance of beating the Detroit Lions on Sunday with Kirk Cousins at quarterback instead of Robert Griffin III. But benching Griffin right now would be a huge mistake.
Taking a quick look at how the rookies have fared so far this season.
Where’s the read option?
"You know, we’ve got different plays for different teams," Garcon replied. "Teams are looking for the read option, so we have to do different things to balance it out. But when we do run it, we have to be effective on it, but we also have to run other plays that are effective, so we have different options, so teams can’t just rely on one thing. So we have to be prepared and we have to practice harder, just give it everything we’ve got throughout the week."
Shanahan addresses penalties, but not overly concerned
"You always want to be disciplined," Shanahan said. "A lot of times your team plays extremely hard, and you have some unnecessary penalties, and it’s more because of aggression, and you want to keep your poise. I think Baltimore led the league last year in penalties, or they were close, and they won the Super Bowl. But, they’re a very aggressive football team. But we’re going to work on that, to try to eliminate those mistakes. We talked about it after the game."
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan to QB RG III: Worry about yourself - ESPN
"What people have to do, you can't worry about other people, you worry about yourself," Shanahan said. "Once you play the perfect game, then you can start to worry about other people. That's what I tell everybody, whether you're an offensive lineman or quarterback or tight end. You have to concentrate on your job. If everyone concentrates on their job and they do it perfectly, then you have a chance for good things to happen."
Redskins seek answers after 0-2 start - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"Our guys are strong mentally," Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said. "I have confidence they can handle that type of pressure. They understand what kind of team we do have. Even though we started off slow, I have a lot of confidence."
Upon further review: Redskins Week 2 - NFC East Blog - ESPN
A review of four hot issues from the Washington Redskins' 38-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday: Tackling woes: The Redskins' defense alread
A look at how the Redskins handling of their safety position, particularly Brandon Meriweather has hamstrung them early in the season.
Packers Offer Blueprint For Redskins’ Success | Redskins Journal
"If you do have good drafts, usually you’re able to reward your players," Shanahan said. "And you want to reward the players, because when they play at a certain level, you want to be able to take care of them rather than going out somewhere else and taking them from another team."
Redskins need to wrap arms around tackling problems - Washington Times
"You can't really practice [tackling] a lot," Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said. "You're only allowed to have pads on one day a week. And normally you don't take people to the ground But what you do, is you do have the sense of urgency to have your gap responsibility."