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Daily Slop: Redskins Still Vividly Remember MNF Blowout vs Philly Last Year


Redskins notes: Players remember blowout; injury update | John Keim
"You can’t forget that game," tight end Fred Davis said. "It was a catastrophe. We got destroyed that game. It definitely gets you ready to want to go out there this year."

Flaim’s Forum: Eagles’ Weak Defense Is Key To Victory " CBS Washington
Ryan Fitzpatrick showed what works against their vaunted secondary. Short passes. According to ESPN Stats, Fitzpatrick attempted only three passes that flew at least 10 yards in the air. Those passes were incomplete. Instead, he hit 21 of 24 short passes for 193 yards. Look for a lot of quick passes from Grossman to take advantage of the Eagles weak linebacking corps.

Maclin snipes at reporter, can’t figure out reason for turnovers - Shutdown Corner
6 pixel-perfect pictures of why Maclin is fumbling.

Quick hits: Mike Shanahan happy with first day of practice - Insider
Shanahan said starting fullback Darrel Young appeared to be fine after missing the last two games with a strained hamstring.

Shanahan, Hall remember Al Davis - The Insider
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan and cornerback DeAngelo Hall both spoke fondly of their former employer, Raiders owner Al Davis, who died this weekend.

Redskins’ Tim Hightower hoping to play Sunday - The Insider
"I’m playing on Sunday," said Hightower, who leads the Redskins with 233 yards and a touchdown on 67 carries. "I’m ready to play."

Fred Davis, Rex Grossman get in work during bye - The Insider
"It was just working on things we’re going to put in this week, running the same routes we always run and just working on not losing a step," Davis said Monday

Deion: Rex Grossman may be NFC East’s best QB - DC Sports Bog
With Romo, Manning and Vick all struggling, NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders say Grossman might be the class of the division. (I'd rather take any of those other 3, personally).

Montreal Alouettes QB Anthony Calvillo - Grantland
He has accumulated more yards than Peyton Manning, Dan Marino, John Elway, Jim Kelly, Fran Tarkenton, Joe Montana and Brett Favre, and he has done it all without ever being even marginally famous in the United States.