Redskins focus on Eagles screen game - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
"This year they do more screens than they ever did, more trick-you plays," Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher said. "Each year Chip Kelly does a great job creating different styles in that offense. It's like a new offense every year."
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and tight end Jordan Reed were among a growing list of players on the Redskins’ injury report. Jackson (sprained shoulder) and Reed (hamstring) did not practice for a second consecutive day. Defensive end Kedric Golston (groin), cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) and Akeem Jordan (knee) did not practice, either
Jackson, the Redskins' wide receiver, was again held out of practice on Thursday as he recovers from a separated left shoulder, though coach Jay Gruden believes Jackson should be available to play against Philadelphia, his former team, on Sunday.
I think the number one thing the Redskins need to do is get off the field on 3rd down. If you have chances to make the Eagles punt, they better make them punt.
ASHBURN — Eagles coach Chip Kelly has reinvented himself to suit his team’s needs several times since arriving in Philadelphia, and this season is no different.
"If you go out there and you have the idea that, 'I'm just a backup,' there's going to be something with your confidence or your mentality that might be missing," said former Redskins QB Doug Williams. "You've got to have a starter's mentality as a backup."
Trent Williams: Adrian Peterson’s Received ‘Unfortunate’ Criticism for Disciplining Child " CBS DC
Trent Williams defend former college teammate Adrian Peterson, and his right to discipline his child, in a radio interview with Doug Gottlieb on Thursday.