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Daily Slop: Redskins find offensive creativity hampered following injury to Derek Carrier; Run game could get healthy against Bears' defense

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Redskins find offensive creativity hampered following injury to Derek Carrier - Washington Times
The tight end missed the 19-16 loss to the Cowboys on Monday with a sprained left ankle, sapping the Redskins of the ability to use multiple tight ends and instead forcing them to use two backup offensive linemen in the role.

Joe Jacoby Voted Most Deserving Semi-Finalist To Head to Canton
Joe Jacoby has waited a long time to get to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In a recent poll, he's waited long enough.

Kirk Cousins couldn't lift Washington Redskins, but wasn't top problem - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

Quarterback Kirk Cousins' numbers were solid in Washington's loss to Dallas, but they don't tell the entire story.

Washington Redskins' run game could get healthy against Bears' defense - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

Five questions the Redskins are facing ahead of the Bears game -- including, will they stick with the running game this time? They should.

Jason Hatcher, Chris Thompson ailing as Redskins prep for Bears - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

A pinched nerve in Jason Hatcher's neck is affecting his strength on his left side and it's unclear what that means for the Bears game on Sunday. | 2015 Pro Bowl Ballot

Chris Thompson's status uncertain against Bears after tearing labrum - Washington Times

Thompson tore his labrum in Monday's game against the Cowboys. Coach Jay Gruden said the team is concerned about his availability for Sunday, but that the running back could possibly play through it.

Redskins Feel The Pressure, But Remain Positive

While the Redskins are down following their loss to the Cowboys, they're far from out as they remain in a three-way tie for first place in the NFC East with four games remaining.

Throwback Thursday: DeAngelo Hall's Historic Day Vs. Jay Cutler

For today's Throwback Thursday moment presented by Subway, looks back at DeAngelo Hall's four-interception game against Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler in 2010.

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