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Daily Slop: Grossman's QB Rating 46.9 When Redskins Have Lead


Redskins mailbag: Ask John | John Keim | NFL | Washington Examiner
When leading in a game, Grossoman completed just 24 of 51 passes for one touchdown and three interceptions and a rating of 46.9.

We Rally for Hope ~ The Official Blog of Chris Cooley
Kenny and I will be there. If you can make it, I highly recommend it. I lost a bet and my attire is as bad it can get. I'll leave it at that.

Redskins' Hankerson unable to catch a break | John Keim 
"It's a luxury to sit your third-round pick and let him learn, but you want him to be out there contributing," McCardell said. "He has a lot of talent. Young guys take a little time. He's starting to understand that. He's understanding that you can't take any play for granted. ... And when the time comes, you have to take advantage."

Frank Gore Says the Eagles Gave Up, and How the Eagles Have Stopped Caring | Bleacher Report
"I think playing that second half and the way we came out, the Eagles didn't want to play no more."

Raiders may rely on Rock Cartwright -
Back in 2002, Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder asked Hue Jackson which player he wanted in the seventh round of the NFL draft. Easy, said Jackson, then the Redskins running backs coach. Kansas State running back Rock Cartwright. » CB Carlos Rogers a good pick-up for 49ers
Rogers made an outstretched second-quarter interception of Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman's pass and zig-zagged 31 yards for a touchdown that gave the 49ers a 14-3 lead. Now has 3 for the season.

Lions' Keiland Williams finds way to contribute | Detroit Free Press 

Eagles First 4-game losing streak since 2005 | Courier-Post
In a season of interceptions and fumbles, the Eagles coughed the ball up five more Sunday and lost 31-24 to the Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y. for the first four-game losing streak since 2005. 

The Redskins Blog | Has This Team Exceeded Expectations?

The Redskins Blog | Sweet Rides Invade Redskins Park

Rob Jackson and Perry Riley each fined $15,000 for hits vs. Rams - The Insider - The Washington Post
Linebackers Rob Jackson are Perry Riley are docked $15,000 by the NFL for hits that resulted in penalties during the Rams game.

HomerMcFanboy " a message for chris cooley: never change
I couldn't agree more with this.

What exactly is Brent Celek’s role in the Eagles offense? – Blogging the bEast
Stinking it up.