Need to Know: 2012 a distant memory for Morris - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Alfred Morris burst onto the NFL scene last year, setting the team rushing record as a rookie. Redskins fans who have been around a while might recall the last time a rookie running back made a big splash for their team, his encore left a lot to be desired. In 1987 Timmy Smith, the team’s fifth-round...
Alfred Morris: I was 'lost little puppy' on Redskins in '12 - NFL.com
Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris had a rookie season to remember, tallying the second-most rushing yards in the NFL in 2012. Still, Morris admitted he went through his share of jitters.
A look at why the Redskins have been so successful over the years at finding quality running backs to lead their team.
Taking a look at what Redskin position groups are the strongest for the 2013 season, based on starting talent, injury concerns and depth.
Niles Paul Movie Reviews – This Is The End | Ball Hogs Radio Network
"This movie was hilarious. It was clear they allowed the actors to improv for most of the movie. In my opinion Craig Robinson & Danny McBride stole the show...."
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin III's First Video Release (Video)
Robert Griffin III and his new wife Rebecca sing "Pop Rocks and Tootsie Pops"
Muncie's Kerrigan still humble after Pro Bowl season | The Star Press | thestarpress.com
There is a hierarchy that exists in an NFL locker room. It's not based on a player's race or position or playing experience, but rather the size of his paycheck.
Need to Know: An option explosion in the NFL? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
According to the folks at ESPN, the Redskins ran read option plays more often than all but one other NFL team last year. Carolina ran the option the most, 147 or 14.9 percent of their offensive plays. The Redskins ran it 129 times, 13.0 percent of their snaps. In all, the read option was run 457 times...
Second-year slumpbusters: Robert Griffin III | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Especially for a mobile quarterback, Griffin was surprisingly adept at eluding pressure as a pure passer. He ranked eighth in the league among qualifying quarterbacks in the percentage of plays (23.7%) in which he had to deal with pressure, including sacks and scrambles. And his 112 plays under pressure tied him with Matt Schaub for 14th among quarterbacks. Andrew Luck, the player Griffin will be tied to for the rest of his career, led the league with 187 plays in which he experienced pressure. And you don't hear many people talking about how Luck needs to rein it in. Griffin's primary issue seems to be his inability to know when to take a pass on contact and live to fight another day, so to speak.
Ranking the receiver groups among the four NFC East teams.
QB Pressure: NFC East | ProFootballFocus.com
The NFC East's quarterbacks are next up in Steve Palazzolo's QB-by-QB look at performance under pressure.