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Daily Slop: Quick Passing Attack Remains Problematic; Will Special Teams Doom the Redskins?

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Rematch with Eagles gives Redskins first look of the season at Nick Foles
"He’s very patient," Redskins safety Reed Doughty said. "You’ve seen him have some very good success, obviously, with the seven touchdowns [against the Raiders]. He looked poised [Sunday] throwing the ball down the field. It looked like the receivers made some plays as well. I think we’ll have our hands full. We’ve just got to get the game plan together and give it our best shot."

Redskins’ quick passing attack remains problematic
The Redskins likely will see more of the same against the Eagles this week. But is there anything the pass-rushers can do to thwart such an attack? "Not really," outside linebacker Rob Jackson said. "You just have to keep rushing, get your hands up. If you sense three-step drops, just rise to the ball."

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"We had the game in hand and we let it go," the veteran defensive end continued. "That is what's frustrating. We’re tired of putting ourselves in that situation. We understand that we have to put a full game together, a full 60 minutes, and that’s where the frustration has come from. We’ve been real inconsistent."

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Play60 Mini Combine Fueled By Responsibility
Redskins players and Redskins Charitable Foundation hosted a very special day at Redskins Park with 150 area students who enjoyed the fun and drills of the Play60 Mini Combine.

Morris: 'No Way You’re Going To Beat Me'
"When I’ve got the ball in my hands, it’s like, ‘Get as much as you can.’ I refuse to let one person tackle me. ‘It’s going to take a gang of you guys to tackle me,’" Morris told ESPN980. "That’s just my mindset. Each play is my last play and that’s the way that I look at it and I try to do as much as I can on that one play.

Redskins see improvement on special teams, but miscues persist - Washington Times
On Thursday, in a 34-27 road loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Redskins were humiliated by a botched fake punt attempt in the third quarter that was negated by a penalty, then were left with an 11-yard net gain on the ensuing try. It was the fifth time in six games the Redskins have had a miscue on special teams.

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