Washington Redskins punter Tress Way blames himself for TD return - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Tress Way wanted to give his team momentum with a big kick. Instead, his booming punt resulted in Miami grabbing the momentum -- and the game.
Washington Redskins' loss exposes their usual problems - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Redskins are convinced they're on the right track to changing their fortunes, but fans will need to see some wins before buying in.
Some flashes for Washington Redskins QB Kirk Cousins, but another loss - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Kirk Cousins threw two interceptions, but he also showed poise. He put the Redskins in position to score, but they didn't score enough.
Need to Know: Notes and numbers–A solid performance for Redskins’ Morris | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, September 14, six days before the Washington Redskins host the St. Louis Rams. Notes and numbers vs. the Dolphins —The Redskins ran 37 times for 161 yards. If you project that out over a full season that’s 592 rushing attempts for 2,576 yards.
Kirk Cousins 'battled and came up short' in Redskins' season-opening loss - Washington Times
Cousins went 21-for-31 for 196 yards with a touchdown pass, but he also threw two interceptions, making the mistakes that he had hoped he would be able to avoid in his 15th career appearance.
Washington Redskins ground game, RB Alfred Morris provide foundation - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
During the game on Sunday vs. Miami, Washington ran the ball 37 times and passed 31. Jay Gruden likes those numbers.
Good and Bad: Evaluating Cousins in 2015 debut vs. Dolphins | CSN Mid-Atlantic
There were some positives and some negatives for Kirk Cousins in Washington's season-opening loss to Miami. Rich Tandler surveys the field here.
SNYDER: Alfred Morris, potent rushing must continue for Washington's success - Washington Times
Morris has taken a dip in his production since a stellar rookie season, but he showed that with 25 carries for 121 yards in Washington's 17-10 loss to Miami on Sunday, such a performance might keep the offense afloat.
After combative game, Ndamukong Suh doesn't remember the specifics | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Throughout the Redskins 17-10 loss to the Dolphins, Ndamukong Suh played nasty. After the game, he didn't remember much.
Despite loss, Redskins rookie Scherff shines in debut | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Redskins rookie Brandon Scherff was supposed to be manhandled by Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh, but that's why they play the games.
Redskins Defense Plays Physical As Promised Vs. Dolphins
Finding consolation in the Redskins' season opening loss to the Dolphins, the defense limited a versatile Miami attack and can see their own potential.
The coach's claim that the Redskins "didn't come out with the same attitude in the third and fourth quarter" of their 17-10 season-opening loss to the Dolphins on Sunday should be cause for concern.
The Redskins' defense held the Dolphins to 10 points, forced a fumble, sacked quarterback Ryan Tannehill three times and nearly intercepted two passes, but that wasn't enough in a 17-10 defeat.
The Redskins had 349 yards of total offense, including 161 yards on the ground, Sunday against the Dolphins, giving Kirk Cousins and the offense confidence heading into Week 2.
Redskins punter Tress Way said his attempt to "flip the field" during a fourth-quarter punt ultimately turned into a 69-yard return for a touchdown Sunday vs. the Dolphins.
If the Redskins play 15 more games like the one they played on Sunday against the Dolphins, much of what Scot McCloughan set out to accomplish since he got put in charge of rebuilding the team back in January will be in place. McCloughan wanted to the offense to emphasize the running game.
The Redskins had their chances to extend a lead against the Dolphins early and to draw even late. Failure to take advantage of those opportunities cost them the game.