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Adrian Peterson's physicality is already changing the way the Redskins operate | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins dominated the Cardinals on Sunday. It might sound hyperbolic, but it's no exaggeration. And it came in physical fashion, with Adrian Peterson leading the way.

Five key observations from the Redskins' big win | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins dominated the Cardinals. Rich Tandler takes a look at how they did it and has some observations on the future.

How DeAngelo Hall was a key factor in Quinton Dunbar's pick vs. the Cardinals | NBC Sports Washington
On his interception of Sam Bradford, Quinton Dunbar was able to look back on a play and player from his past that helped put him in the right place in Arizona.

Peterson, Thompson Carry The Load In Redskins' Season-Opening Victory
The Redskins' victory against the Cardinals on Sunday featured a running attack led by Adrian Peterson and Chris Thompson, both of whom answered lingering questions about how they might perform on Week 1.

Adrian Peterson moving up NFL all-time lists in Redskins debut - The Washington Post
The future Hall of Famer shot up the career rushing yards and rushing touchdown lists in the first half against Arizona Sunday.

It’s only one game, but the Redskins allow you, yes, wait for it . . . hope - The Washington Post
Coach Jay Gruden’s bunch was the better team in every facet on the road against the Cardinals. For now, the season is rich with possibility.

Redskins open the 2018 season with an impressive 24-6 win over the Cardinals - The Washington Post
Adrian Peterson stars in his Washington debut as Jay Gruden earns his first season-opening win in Washington.

Healthy returns of Chris Thompson, Jordan Reed, Trent Williams help power victory - The Washington Post
In win over Cardinals, Redskins get first look at what offense can do at full strength.

Adrian Peterson, Washington Redskins running back, sets two career marks vs. Arizona Cardinals
Adrian Peterson, in his first game with the Redskins, scored his 100th career rushing touchdown in the first half at Arizona on Sunday. Earlier in the first half, he surpassed Jim Brown for 10th on the all-time rushing list.

Need to Know: Redskins stock up, stock down from Week 1's Cardinals game | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: The Redskins dominated the Cardinals on Sunday and a lot of players saw their stock skyrocket. Others had stocks that were fairly flat or down slightly.

Are the Redskins this good or are the Cardinals just bad? | NBC Sports Washington
The Washington defense almost delivered a shutout, and held Sam Bradford and the Cardinals offense to only five first downs the first three quarters of the game. It was a wildly impressive effort from the Redskins. But in a twisted way, the result also brings questions about Arizona.

The Redskins relied on a productive 1-2 punch at running back to beat the Cardinals | NBC Sports Washington
Adrian Peterson and Chris Thompson had the most productive day that any pair of Redskins running backs has had in over a decade.