Need to Know: Lack of opportunistic play among 2014 Redskins’ fatal flaws | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, December 29, 122 days before the first round of the 2015 NFL draft. Three and out—Third downs, pass defense Redskins’ big issues 1.
Redskins notes: Three offensive line injuries hinder Washington's attack - Washington Times
The Redskins shuffled through all seven of their active offensive linemen in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys, ultimately prompting tight end Logan Paulsen to enter the game at left tackle late in the fourth quarter.
SNYDER: Season-ending loss to the Cowboys leaves Washington fans in a daze - Washington Times
Washington's supporters were numb by halftime and comatose by the end. They didn't have enough energy to boo Sunday during a 44-17 loss -- and they were outnumbered to boot.
LANDOVER, Md. - After being shellacked 44-17 by the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon, the Washington Redskins locker room cleared out in record time.
A 44-17 shellacking at the hands of the rival Dallas Cowboys was Washington's last clunker in a season filled with them. "I'm just glad it's over," left tackle Trent Williams said.
Here’s five takeaways from Redskins head coach Jay Gruden’s Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014, postgame press conference at FedExField in Landover, Md.
"I know it’s going to be a lot on Haz," said Clark, a 13-year veteran in his second stint with the Redskins. "I think that’s sad because it was us missing tackles. Guys were ready to make plays, we understood what they were going to do. We got beat, period. When you do that, you can’t beat a good team."
For many Redskins players, this offseason will be a time to critically analyze the 2014 season and take the steps to improve both mentally and physically.
The Washington Redskins have two easy, but major decisions to make: Fire defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, and hire a personnel man.