Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan received good news from his MRI test Saturday, a source close to the situation said. They revealed no further damage to his injured groin, though it's uncertain how much practice time he'll miss, if any.
What I liked: Cousins made a few nice throws and good decisions. He stepped up in the pocket once when feeling pinched from the sides, but kept his eyes downfield and hit receiver Ryan Grant, placing the ball away from the defender all over one side. A penalty nullified the play, but Cousins did a nice job here. I like how he responded to a bad first few series, but that's to be expected. Cousins threw a pretty corner pass to Pierre Garcon for a touchdown. Cousins had several passes dropped, which obviously isn't his fault. The one to Reed down the left seam was a pretty pass, but the tight end lost the ball. Each of the drops would have resulted in big gains.
On another play Smith was doubled by two tight ends. But he took on more of the outside one, allowing him to play with more power. The way Smith keeps his base and uses his hips to explode into blockers is impressive. That's how he shed the blocks and made the tackle for a loss. It was just an impressive, powerful stop.
The Redskins' opponents had six possessions with their staring quarterbacks in the lineup, which usually means that those teams had all of their healthy starters in the game. In those six possessions the Redskins' opponents mustered 53 yards of total offense.
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