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A look at the top Redskins stories of the day. 4

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Run? Pass? Williams wants whatever it takes for the Redskins to win | CSN Washington

"If we've got to pass 50 times to win the game, I'm all for it," said Williams. "If we've got to run 50 times to win the game, obviously, I'm all for it. I want to do whatever it takes to win. I'm not into a pride contest. I don't care what we have to do to win, I just want to win."

Santa Moss unsure of future, wouldn't mind coaching | CSN Washington

"I went to school to be a teacher," he continued. "Got a degree for that. I feel like being a teacher is teaching something you love, and I can teach football. I know when that door opens, one day, I'm gonna probably wanna coach and do that."

Five stats to watch ahead of the Redskins vs Bears game | CSN Washington

Need to know: Five final thoughts on the Redskins vs Bears | CSN Washington

I think it's asking a lot to expect Pierre Thomas to contribute much on Sunday after signing with the Redskins on Friday. One light practice, one walkthrough, and about 48 hours to learn the terminology is just not enough to be able to do much, especially after having played just four snaps of football (for the 49ers in Week 9) all year. We could see him active since Chris Thompson will be out with the labrum injury and maybe he'll get a few carries. But the primary running backs will be Matt Jones and Alfred Morris.

Redskins offense hurt more by execution than play calling | ESPN Redskins Blog

There are many times when players hear a defensive player shout out to watch for a particular play. But that doesn't mean they'll stop it; if teams see a player cheat too much because they think they know what's coming, a good offensive coach will exploit that with a similar look but different play later in the game.