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Saturday Slop: Getting Ready for the Chiefs

A look at the top Redskins Stories around the web

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Chiefs Poe could cause big problems for the Redskins | Real Redskins

The interior of the Redskins' offensive line will have its hands full with nose tackle Dontari Poe. At 6-feet-3, 346 pounds he is more of the traditional big load type of NT rather than the more athletic ones that are becoming the trend. The second-year player out of Memphis has 4.5 sacks, 37 tackles and has knocked down four passes.

Point-Counterpoint | Biggest surprise, disappointment | CSN Washington

Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir sort out their surprises and disappointments in this week's edition of Point-Counterpoint.

Friday Conversation: Chris Cooley | ESPN Washington Redskins Blog

Former Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley, less than a year removed from his last game, hasn't been shy about expressing his opinions on ESPN980 every day or during the team's broadcasts. He discusses his job and how he'd like to be the next Sonny Jurgensen. Saturday: His thoughts on Kyle Shanahan's offense, and the decision that must be made on Mike Shanahan.

Previewing Brian Orakpo's Contract Extension |

Doughty and  Reed Expect to Play vs Chiefs | Washington Post the Insider

Safety Reed Doughty and tight end Jordan Reed both said Friday that they anticipate playing Sunday versus the Kansas City Chiefs after experiencing problem-free recoveries from concussions this past week.

Redskins vs Chiefs: 5 Story lines to follow | Washington Post The Insider

The Washington Redskins will attempt to end a four-game losing streak Sunday when they host the Kansas City Chiefs at 1 p.m. on CBS. The Redskins enter the game at 3-9, while the Chiefs, trying to end a three-game losing skid themselves, are 9-3.

Matt LeFleur analyses RGIII's Game | ESPN Redskins Blog

Therefore, I checked in with quarterbacks coach Matt LaFleur to see what progress he thinks Griffin has made - and areas he can improve. There were no questions about their relationship, I promise.

Point/Counterpoint: Discussing Shanahan's future and the offseason |

The Washington Redskins are a bad team and there is plenty to discuss since our last Point-Counterpoint which was probably how far will this team go in the playoffs. Week by week the wheels have come off of the Redskins as the situation gets uglier and uglier. Since a return to the playoffs has long passed, what is the state of this team?

Redskins Mailbag: Part 1 | ESPN Washington Redskins Blog

Washington Redskins vs KC Chiefs: 5 Questions | Washington TImes

Need to Know: A Look at 5 Redskins Numbers | Real Redskins

Here is what you need to know on this Saturday, December 7, one day before the Washington Redskins host the Kansas City Chiefs.

NFC East Week 14 Predictions |