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A look at the top Redskins stories around the web

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Arizona Cardinals-Washington Redskins: 10 observations - ESPN
Not to belabor this point, but the Redskins' locker room Sunday night was about what it always was, and should be, after a loss. It had the definite feel of a team that can't understand what is going wrong and why it can't win anymore. And it was quiet. It's quite an amazing turnaround from 2012 when the future looked so bright, with a dynamic young quarterback and a head coach with a Super Bowl resume.

Washington Redskins' Brian Orakpo: 'I lost the game for us' - ESPN
"I should have made that pick," Orakpo said. "It’s just frustrating. I should have made that pick. ... I feel like I lost the game for us." Orakpo didn’t lose the game for Washington, not when the offense turned the ball over four times in the fourth quarter. There’s no way you can pin a defeat on a linebacker when the Redskins do so many things to hurt themselves. But the offense also makes plays. The defense does not. Its highest-paid player was in position to do something about that blemish.

Rapid Reaction: Washington Redskins - NFC East Blog - ESPN

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- A few thoughts on the Washington Redskins' 30-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals: What it means: The Redskins just aren’t very

Thoughts and Observations after the Redskins loss to the Cardinals | Fanspeak.com

Redskins notes: Video replay on Andre Roberts fumble inconclusive, referee says - Washington Times

The call was automatically reviewed because it was a turnover, and replays appeared to show Roberts with his left knee on the grass as the ball popped out of his arm.

Carson Palmer steadies Cardinals in victorious return against Redskins - Washington Times

Palmer, out since the first week of the season with a pinched nerve in his right shoulder, was reportedly only able to throw with 80 percent strength at the end of the week — yet even 80 percent was good enough against the Washington Redskins' pass defense.

Washington unravels against Arizona - Roanoke Times: Redskins

GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Washington Redskins left Arizona with a 30-20 loss, a 1-5 record, and a plethora of unanswered questions.

Another big-play TD for Jackson | Comcast SportsNet Washington

For Redskins, effort is not translating into more wins | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Gruden at odds with officials over call vs. Cardinals | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Kirk Cousins: Story of missed chances vs. Arizona | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Cousins did some good things — we’ll go into that later — but his three second-half interceptions killed any chance the Redskins had to pull off a comeback win in Glendale. "I’ve got to be a lot better," he said.

Field position at heart of Redskins' problems | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Fred Smoot: ‘Tell that U-Haul Truck to Back Up’ to Brian Orakpo’s House " CBS DC

Brian Orakpo has been a non-factor in the Redskins defense, and former teammate Fred Smoot says "tell that U-Haul truck to back up to his house and start packing his bags."

Interceptions remain the issue for Washington Redskins' Kirk Cousins - ESPN

Interceptions remain the issue for Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins.

Observations from Sunday's Redskins-Cardinals game - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Washington Redskins XTRA

Richmond audience joins game late

Jordan Reed Records 92 Yards In Return

Returning to the field for the first time since a Week 1 injury sidelined him, Jordan Reed brought a dynamic element to the offense, recording 92 receiving yards in the process.