Need to Know: What will Joe Barry’s Redskins defense look like? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, February 4, 14 days before the Washington Redskins and the rest of the NFL assemble in Indianapolis for the NFL Combine. Question of the day We’re changing up the format of Need to Know for the offseason.
Darrel Young: 'You Want To Win Games'
Redskins fullback Darrel Young has seen his production on the field increase in recent seasons — especially his touchdown totals — but says the primary goal is to win games.
Inside the numbers: Washington Redskins' passer ratings per target - ESPN
A look at each Washington quarterback's passer rating when throwing to five particular targets, focusing on just tight ends and receivers.
"I would say this and I mean this sincerely, I thought Bill Callahan was the best X and O coach I’ve ever been around," Brown told ESPN980. "His ability to draw plays in the dirt on the sideline and get us out of situations and what he did with the offensive line at that time was amazing."
An overview of NFL free agency and what every NFL free agent designation- restricted, unrestricted, exclusive, or street- means.
2014 quarterback survey: Trends we uncovered - ESPN
During the 2014 season, ESPN reporters and editors conducted a comprehensive survey of 73 active NFL quarterbacks and another 55 who are in retirement. That group of 128 quarterbacks, representing players who entered the league over a time period of more than 50 years, answered 15 questions ranging from their high school schemes to their family backgrounds to their ethnicity. Among the active quarterbacks who participated: Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Philip Rivers, Matthew Stafford, Alex Smith, Joe Flacco, Andy Dalton and Russell Wilson. Hall of Famers Joe Namath, Bob Griese and Steve Young were among the retired participants.
The early odds for next year's Super Bowl are out. They don't favor the Redskins.
Troll So Hard: Madden plays out alternate Super Bowl scenario | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Everyone thought Seattle should have done it. Why not hand off to Marshawn Lynch on the goal line with an opportunity to win the Super Bowl? Well, in an expert troll job, the official Madden 15 Facebook page released a video of that exact scenario set up in the virtual world but they took the advice of millions who screamed at their televisions on Sunday. They handed the ball off to Lynch.