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Jay Gruden irked by offensive pass interference penalties - Washington Times
Tight end Jordan Reed and wide receiver Pierre Garcon were called for offensive pass interference on Monday, with both penalties wiping out big gains. Gruden was frustrated and said he will seek clarification from the NFL on the calls.

Inability to score off turnovers bogs down Redskins in loss to Cowboys - Washington Times

The Redskins forced the Cowboys to commit three turnovers on Monday, but they failed to create any scoring chances off those opportunities, settling for just one field goal and two stalled drives in a 19-16 loss.

Redskins offense too conservative, or is it Kirk Cousins? | CSN Mid-Atlantic

In a disappointing loss to the Cowboys, the Redskins offense seemed to play it safe and not take chances. Playcalling or quarterbacking?

Gruden says Morris remains Redskins' No. 1, despite lack of touches Monday | CSN Mid-Atlantic

Jay Gruden insists that Alfred Morris remains the Redskins' No. 1 running back despite Morris' vanishing role

Redskins need to change passive approach after takeaways | CSN Mid-Atlantic

The Redskins are pretty good at getting takeaways but not very good at cashing in on them.

State of the Redskins, Week 14: Falling back into the NFC East pack | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Here is where the Redskins stand in Week 14 of the NFL season. Record: 5-7, T-1st in NFC East vs. NFC East: 2-2 vs. NFC: 5-4 vs. AFC: 0-3 Home: 5-2 Away: 0-5 Key stats changes from 2014-2015   Rankings (through Sunday’s games) Offense (yards/game): 333.

WOODY: Positive attitude is nice, but Redskins need to focus on positive results - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Redskins XTRA

Perhaps it was the lateness of the hour or the length of the day, but there was something mildly off-putting in the postgame attitude of Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins.

Need to Know: Special teams gaffes were costly for the Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, December 9, four days before the Washington Redskins play the Bears in Chicago. Five final thoughts on Redskins vs. Cowboys —The more I look at Jackson’s punt return fiasco and think about the game situation the worse it gets.

Redskins don't expect Paea to be out long | CSN Mid-Atlantic

Redskins defensive end Stephen Paea is expected to miss time, but the team is hopeful it will not be long before he is back.

Redskins seek answers in run game as Alfred Morris' play time drops - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

While Washington has insisted Alfred Morris is its No. 1 running back, the numbers point to the idea that he's the lead back in name only.

Foster makes a strong first impression with the Redskins | CSN Mid-Atlantic

Pressed into the starting lineup due to injury, Mason Foster made the most of his opportunity against the Cowboys on Monday night.

Players React In Locker Room Following MNF

The Redskins were looking to move forward following their loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football, with a resounding message of "We're On To Chicago."

Washington Redskins' defense improves tackling, needs more speed - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

Mason Foster was a bright spot for the Redskins' defense in their loss to the Cowboys.

Redskins struggle to capitalize on turnovers in loss to Cowboys - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Redskins XTRA

ASHBURN — The Washington Redskins have kept an even turnover margin this season, but the results of those turnovers have been anything but.