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What we learned about the Redskins in Week 10 | John Keim 
" No matter who plays quarterback, the Redskins will struggle because of their inability to run. That's been the most disappointing development this season. Based on the personnel at quarterback, you knew it would be a struggle in the passing game.

Barry Cofield: ‘It could get historically ugly’ - The Insider
"There’s no guarantee that we can win another game," Cofield began. "We just don’t have a team on our schedule that’s just going to lay down and you know, let us beat them.

Anthony Armstrong still looking for opportunity - The Insider - The Washington Post
"[Anderson] plays a different position," Shanahan explained. "The position is what we call the inside slot position. Totally different type of position — how you set up routes, how you run routes. The outside position is more of a speed route. That’s what Hankerson was playing. So when you bring in a guy like David Anderson, he’s more of a guy like Santana Moss, being able to beat defensive backs one-on-one."

George: Unpredictable Cowboys could 'lay an egg' against Skins | Dallas Cowboys News 
George: Let’s face it, it’s been over two years since the Cowboys have won three games in a row.

The Redskins Blog | Kerrigan: Not A Lot Of Individual Success
Ryan Kerrigan has out-shined his own lofty draft slot, which was a mid-first-round pick.  He leads his first-round draft mates in tackles (45), is third in sacks (5), third in tackles for a loss (6), second in interceptions behind cornerback Patrick Peterson (1), second in passes defensed behind Peterson (4), first in forced fumbles (4), and first in defensive touchdowns (1).

Rex Grossman to remain Washington Redskins' starting QB - ESPN
"When you go with a veteran quarterback, it's pretty easy -- because usually that situation stays pretty much status quo. Unless there's an injury during the week, Rex would be the quarterback. But crazy things could happen. He could go down during the week."

Kansas City Chiefs QB Matt Cassel could miss rest of season - ESPN
Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel could be lost for the season with what his coach calls a significant injury to his throwing hand.

Source -- Matt Schaub of Houston Texans out for season with Lisfranc injury - ESPN
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub will miss the rest of the season with a Lisfranc injury, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Bill Polian says Peyton Manning 'fine' with Indianapolis Colts drafting QB - ESPN
"The bottom line is that if the right person is there, and it has to be the right person, then now is the time to make that choice," Polian said on his weekly radio show. "Peyton and I have spoken about that, and he's OK with that."

Andre Carter, Carlos Rogers rub it in - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Redskins loss not bad enough? Well, former Redskins are starring all over the league.

Joe Theismann Does A TV Show From His Hospital Bed | Fatpickled
This show was taped just 5 days after Joe Theismann suffered a career ending injury against the Giants on MNF.