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Daily Slop: Jordan Reed is the Redskins Best Player on Offense, Changes Coming on Defense

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Washington Redskins QB goes viral; Jordan Reed emerges as best player
Despite missing two games, tight end Jordan Reed, who is on pace for 98 receptions, deserves the first-half MVP for Washington.

Can Redskins take advantage of softer defenses coming up? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Redskins have had trouble putting points on the board but the quality of opposing defenses may have something to do with that. That could change in the second half of the season.

Redskins Name Tackle Morgan Moses As Team's Ed Block Courage Award Recipient
The Washington Redskins announced today that they have named tackle Morgan Moses the winner of the team’s 2015 Ed Block Courage Award.

Ten ways NFL players rig their uniforms
Double-sided tape on shoulder pads? Wearing soccer shin guards? The new stickum? NFL players have a bevy of tricks of their sleeves when it comes to gaining an edge.

Need to Know: Has Redskins QB Cousins shaken the turnover bug? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
There is some buzz that Jeron Johnson may replace Trenton Robinson at strong safety and that Will Compton could take Perry Riley’s place at inside linebacker. Johnson could help against the run and Compton could provide better pass coverage.

A new man in the middle for the Redskins? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
With Kory Lichtensteiger on IR (designated to return), could newly signed Brian de la Puente challenge Josh LeRibeus for the starting job at center?

November has been a cruel month for Redskins - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Redskins XTRA
ASHBURN — New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick opened his press conference last week by saying, "November - football season."

Are the Redskins contemplating a change at inside linebacker? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Will Compton played a little more than Perry Riley on Sunday. What does that mean?

Terrance Knighton Explains The Severity Of His 'Cluster Headaches'
Terrance Knighton had to miss Sunday's game because of cluster headaches. Here's more insight into the severity of their pain.

Chris Cooley: Redskins' Kirk Cousins played well, but missed shots - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

Former Washington Redskins TE Chris Cooley says QB Kirk Cousins makes good throws, but should focus more on hitting deeper throws when available.

Washington Redskins lose Kory Lichtensteiger for regular season - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

The Redskins put Kory Lichtensteiger on the injured reserve list with a designation to return and signed Brian de la Puenta to take his spot.

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins had strong moments, missed chances - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

After re-watching Kirk Cousins' game on Sunday, you can't say he had a great outing. But it would be wrong to say he had a bad one.

New Orleans Saints' D may be exactly what Washington Redskins' O needs - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

Here are five questions the Redskins face going into their game against the Saints -- an opponent Washington should be able to score against.

Numbers suggest big day for Redskins TE Jordan Reed, offense - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

The New Orleans Saints have been struggling mightily, suggesting big games ahead for Kirk Cousins, DeSean Jackson and Jordan Reed.

How Kyshoen Jarrett's smarts have helped the Redskins' defense | Washington Post

One of the few positives coming off the loss to the Patriots was the continued development of rookie defensive back Kyshoen Jarrett.

Redskins must find a way to jump-start running game with who they have | Washington Post

How can a team that ran the ball so well at the start of the season get back to its identity?

Five questions facing the Redskins as they prepare for the Saints | Washington Post

Can Jackson regain his dynamic form? - DeSean Jackson made his long-awaited return after missing seven games with a strained hamstring. But Jackson didn't make much of an impact. He lacked the explosiveness that makes him special.

State of the Redskins, Week 10: A shuffle coming in the secondary? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is where the Redskins stand in Week 10 of the NFL season. Record: 3-5, 3rd in NFC East vs. NFC East: 1-1 vs. NFC: 3-2 vs. AFC: 0-3 Home: 3-1 Away: 0-4