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Daily Slop: Hankerson Encouraged by Recent Play; Redskins Pass Rush Struggling to Find its way

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DeAngelo Hall: Redskins Can’t Make Playoffs The Way They’ve Been Playing " CBS DC
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall put it bluntly: 'We can't make it to the playoffs and expect to do anything in the playoffs the way we've been playing.'

Need to Know: Five pivotal moments for the 2013 Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, November 12, five days before the Washington Redskins play the Philadelphia Eagles. Nickel coverage Here are five pivotal moments from the Redskins’ first nine games: 1.

How Mike Shanahan's time in Washington stacks up versus the rest of the league? |

A look at each NFL franchise's record since Mike Shanahan took over in DC, and a look at where the Redskins stand.

Eagles' Foles improved from QB Redskins faced last year | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Foles’ first NFL start came as he filled in for an injured Michael Vick when the 3-7 Eagles visited the 3-6 Redskins in Week 11. He was not very good as he completed less than half of his passes (21 of 46) for 204 yards with two interceptions and no touchdowns. The Redskins won handily 31-6.

Leonard Hankerson encouraged by recent play
"I just be out there doing my job," Hankerson said on Monday. "Working hard every day at practice, being in the meeting room, listening to the coaches and what they’re saying. Like I said, just doing my job."

Reed Doughty takes blame for botched fake punt

Redskins pass rush struggling to find its way - Washington Times
One recurring trend in blown leads to Denver, San Diego and Minnesota the last three weeks has been the lack of a consistent pass rush from the Redskins.

Redskins again are facing uphill battle | Redskins Journal
"Starting 0–3, and then winning a few games, and looking at all that and saying we have a shot, we have a shot, we have a shot—well, you have to win a game," safety Reed Doughty said. "You’ve got to win games that you’re supposed to win, and you’re going have to win some games that we’re not supposed to win at this point."

The Redskins Blog | Young’s Army Brother Saw First NFL TD

The Redskins Blog | Eddie LeBaron’s Stories of Service

Garçon Unimpressed With Stellar Stat Line
Washington Redskins WR Pierre Garçon had a career week with 14 catches for 291 yards and a touchdown in two games, but took the accolades with humility in the face of a loss.

Alfred Morris: 'We Know What It Takes'
There is a certain comfort in having nothing to lose, a situation born from a 3-6 start to the season. Can this team turn it around? The players certainly think so.

Shanahan: 'We Have To Have A Group Effort'
The Washington Redskins know what it is like to win their way back from 3-6 to the playoffs, but HC Mike Shanahan said it boils down to a united front playing together.

Jerry Jones states obvious, admits it might have been a mistake to fire defensive coordinator Rob Ryan | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The Dallas Cowboys fired defensive coordinator Rob Ryan after last season, and Ryan gave the famous quote that he would be out of work "for like five minutes." His bravado was correct. The Saints hired him shortly after he was … Continue reading →

NFC East is a sign of NFL going south - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Yes, technically, the New York Giants remain alive in the NFC East race. But in 2013, all that means is that they haven't folded the franchise. In f

Giants Face Big Decision Over Nicks’s Future -
The Giants will probably be trying to rebuild at several positions in the off-season. Are they going to invest as much as $10 million in Nicks when the money could be used to bolster two or three other positions? Especially with the 22-year-old Randle making a case that he may be ready to take over the No. 2 receiver’s spot? Randle’s charge against the salary cap next year would be a bargain hunter’s dream, about $900,000.