RGIII, Pierre Garcon in sideline collision hug - Bog
Video of the helmet to helmet collision.
Ryan Kerrigan Experiences Concussion-Related Symptoms | Redskins Journal
Ryan Kerrigan left the Redskins’ game against the Eagles on Monday with concussion-related symptoms, putting into doubt his available for the game against the Packers on Sunday.
Redskins were defenseless against Chip Kelly and the Eagles in 33-27 season-opening loss - JReid - The Washington Post
He forced balls into coverage, missed open receivers and was intercepted while trying to connect with Santana Moss, who was bracketed by three Eagles defensive backs. Offensive play-caller Kyle Shanahan continued to utilize elements of the college option-style offense that worked so well last season.
Boswell: Redskins stunned and confused by Eagles’ offensive attack - Boswell - The Washington Post
Washington looks bewildered in the season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles’ unique attack.
Need to Know: RG3 says Redskins had the ‘can’t-get-rights’ | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins rushed for 74 yards last night; they rushed for fewer than 122 yards in only one game all of last year (86 vs. Pittsburgh). Washington gave up 263 yards rushing to the Eagles; last year the most they gave up was 186 (vs. NY Giants).
Redskins vs. Eagles Recap - 5 Takeaways from Redskins Loss - Fanspeak.com
5 Takeaways from the Redskins disappointing loss on Monday Night.
Can't believe what my lying eyes saw in Redskins-Eagles | September | 2013 Articles
We are paying attention to Leonard Hankerson and Aldrick Robinson emerge as a legit No. 2 wide receiver. Hankerson had the better night, not just for his two touchdown catches. Hank caught five of the seven passes directed to him. Robinson was 0 for 2.
RG3 won't use rust as an 'excuse' | Comcast SportsNet Washington
HARRIS: Game plan for Redskins defense seemed to involve a lot of guesswork - Washington Times
"When you’re wrong, you’re wrong," Hall said. "We were definitely wrong about this team. They came out with a hell of a game plan. We kind of got a handle on it in the second half, but when you’re that many points behind, it’s tough.
Eagles 33, Redskins 27: Ten observations - John Keim - ESPN
Griffin had the expected rust after an offseason of not much practice and no games. That’s fine. What I didn’t expect was a sloppy effort on the run game. Running back Alfred Morris gained only 45 yards on 12 carries and fumbled twice. Morris looked good in camp.
Chip Kelly's debut: Exhilarating and exhausting - ESPN
"It was a crazy game," Eagles quarterback Michael Vick said. "I have never been in anything like it. When the first quarter was over, I thought we were going into halftime. It was unreal."
Fixing the Redskins Penalty Problem - Fanspeak.com
Breaking down the Redskins penalty issues from 2012 since after Monday night, they are still a major issue.
League Officials Ask Robert Griffin III To Cover Brace | Redskins Journal
Griffin said the team received a call from the league’s uniform enforcement officials regarding the knee brace, which was partially tucked into the bottom of his pants but outside his sock at the start of the game. He then tucked the brace into the top of his sock in the second quarter in an attempt to cover it up. "I don’t understand that one, but that’s why we had to continue to do some stuff to cover the brace up with my sock," Griffin said.
Late Rally Falls Short, Spoiling Robert Griffin III’s Return | Redskins Journal
"You can’t go against a team with a high-tempo offense and gain three first downs [yourself] and expect your defense to play well in the first half," Mike Shanahan said.
Hankerson: 'Everyone Has To Improve'
"We stunk up the first half, plain and simple," he said in the locker room after the game. "Three first downs we didn’t put up any points, we didn’t do enough. "We let the defense down because they played well."
Eagles' Williams thought RG3 looked 'rusty' | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"I played him in the end of the season last year and he had a heck of a performance against the Ravens. I know he’s not up to form yet," Williams said. "Next time we play him we expect a lot better, more smoother, polished guy."
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Damn it feels good to be a homer.
Video On-Demand: Redskins Postgame Interviews
Watch as Redskins HC Mike Shanahan and QB Robert Griffin III take the podium following the Washington Redskins regular season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles at FedExField.
Redskins-Eagles: Just The Touchdowns
Video of all the Redskins TDs.
Redskins can't keep pace with frenetic Eagles as comeback in opener falls short - Washington Times
"I think everybody just took their turn messing the play up," center Will Montgomery said. "Whether it was the line, the backs, receivers. We’ve just got to clean it up."
FENNO: RG3 returns to Redskins, but has a long way to go - Washington Times
Glimpses of the old quarterback returned in the second half, those moments when he makes escaping trouble in the backfield to fling the ball downfield look simple. In the fourth quarter alone, Griffin rolled up 169 of his career-best 329 passing yards to go along with two touchdowns. The erratic start faded. The damage, though, had been done in the 33-27 loss to the Eagles.
Shanahan: Lingering soreness kept Meriweather from playing
Biggers said he had never played safety in the NFL, but the fifth-year pro said, "As a defensive back, you basically know what everybody else in the secondary is doing anyway. It’s just taking different angles, seeing things differently."
Shanahan defends withholding Griffin from preseason
"I’m glad Robert is going to be with us," Shanahan said. "I’m hoping he’s going to be with us for a while. Our priority was getting him ready for the season and not put him in there too quick. I think you’d be quite disappointed if he got hurt in the second week of our [training] camp and we’d be talking about, ‘Why did you practice Robert when he might not have been ready to play?’ I think he was ready to play. He looked like he was in pretty good shape. So hopefully we can keep on getting better as an offense and we’ll see if we do."
Locker Room Buzz: Philadelphia Eagles - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"It was just the atmosphere," Kelly said. "When I coached at Oregon, we had the best home-field advantage in the country, we felt. But we always loved going on the road, just that feeling of being in a hostile environment. Our players felt that. Although I did hear some Eagles chants."
Locker Room Buzz: Washington Redskins - NFC East Blog - ESPN
London Fletcher said, "They didn’t run any plays we haven’t seen. The passing game was everything we’ve seen them run. They may have had one or two or three concepts we haven’t seen before, but that happens every game."
Redskins-Eagles best and worst - DC Sports Bog
Worst Stat Part II: The Eagles gained 11 first downs before the Redskins gained one. At halftime, the tally was 21 to 3.
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