Washington Redskins' secondary overcomes injuries - ESPN
Despite being undermanned and playing guys out of position, the Redskins' secondary came up big against the 49ers.
Robert Griffin III can't make decisive plays as Redskins fall at San Francisco - Washington Times
Though his mistakes were not as egregious as those he made the week before, the quarterback still demonstrated lapses in reading the defense, finding his receivers and making decisions. And, given two chances to lead the Redskins on a game-winning drive, Griffin failed.
Morris rattled off runs of 30, 22 and 16 yards on the afternoon, eclipsing the 100-yard mark for the first time this season and the 11th time in his career.
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, November 24, six days before the Washington Redskins travel to Indianapolis to play the Colts. Thoughts and observations on 49ers 17, Redskins 13 —It was good to see Alfred Morris get going again as he gained 125 yards on 21 carries.
Close but no cigar was the mantra for the Redskins after a bitter 17-13 defeat to the San Francisco 49ers at their brand new digs in Santa Clara, California just down the road from one of America's great cities, San Francisco.
For much of the game, the patchwork group of defensive backs held its own against Colin Kaepernick and San Francisco's offense. Ultimately, however, the weakened secondary could only buoy the team for so long in a 17-13 loss.
Some thoughts and observations after the Washington Redskins' 17-13 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
In the end, it just was not enough. Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III played better than he did against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week.
With today’s matchup against the San Francisco 49ers officially a thing of the past, the Washington Redskins turn their attention to the leaders of the AFC South.