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Daily Slop: Redskins Secondary Must Adapt to Losses; Defense Plays Physical As Promised Vs. Dolphins

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Redskins' Gruden: 'We've got to flip the script' on special teams | CSN Mid-Atlantic
After watching his team allow a punt return for a touchdown, Jay Gruden said the team needs to start making some big plays of its own.

DeSean Jackson, Duke Ihenacho To Miss Extended Time
Both DeSean Jackson and Duke Ihenacho suffered injuries during the season opener against the Miami Dolphins and will miss at the very least the next few weeks.

Washington Redskins won't improve until their field position does - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Improving field position on both sides of the ball is a must for the Redskins.

The Redskins could have an advantage with a less ‘accurate’ kicker | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Why would the Redskins cut an accurate field goal kicker like Kai Forbath? It could not have been an easy call for Jay Gruden and Scot McCloughan to make. The 2015 Redskins are likely to be in a lot of close games and Forbath has come through for Gruden.

Washington Redskins secondary must adapt to losses - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Taking a look at the Washington Redskins' secondary with Duke Ihenacho and Chris Culliver sidelined.

Washington Redskins' right side fares well, Alfred Morris still top RB - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Though rookie RB Matt Jones received plenty of praise this summer, there's still a big difference when Alfred Morris runs the ball.

FedEx Ground Moment: Alfred Morris Eclipses 4,000 Rushing Yards
This week's FedEx Ground Moment of the Week looks at Alfred Morris becoming just the sixth player in Redskins history to surpass 4,000 rushing yards. He did so on the team's first drive vs. Miami.

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.

Ndamukong Suh won't be subject to discipline for removing helmet - Washington Times

A review of the Suh's actions by the league determined that the defensive tackle did not kick off running back Alfred Morris' helmet in the second quarter of the Dolphins' 17-10 victory over the Redskins.

Right Side Holds Its Own Against Suh, Wake

Morgan Moses and Brandon Scherff showed why the Redskins have used high draft picks on them over the last two years, as they held their own against Ndamukong Suh and Cameron Wake.

Ihenacho could be headed to injured reserve with wrist injury | CSN Mid-Atlantic

Redskins safety Duke Ihenacho could be headed to injured reserve after a suffering a broken wrist against the Dolphins.

Redskins Release Kicker Kai Forbath, Sign Dustin Hopkins
The Washington Redskins released kicker Kai Forbath Monday after three years with the team........

Replacing DeSean Jackson after hamstring injury a tough task for Redskins - Washington Times

Jackson will be out three to four weeks after pulling his left hamstring. He's tough to replace, but the Redskins have options, the most intriguing being speedy receiver Rashad Ross.

Redskins' Chris Culliver suspended one game -

The NFL announced Monday that Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver has been suspended without pay for one game for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

Week 2 NFL Power Rankings -

NFL Power Rankings Database -

See & sort all the top sources' rankings. Good news is Redskins moved up a couple spots!