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Daily Slop: Swearinger provides defensive spark in loss; Redskins offense falls flat as home sellout streak ends

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After a great Week 1 and an awful Week 2, the Redskins are still looking for answers | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins played terrible on Sunday. The weird thing, however, is that the NFL is a week to week league. What happened today won't matter next week.

This stat about the Redskins' running game perfectly sums up that dreadful Week 2 loss | NBC Sports Washington
You can say a lot about how badly the Redskins performed vs. the Colts. But here's one stat that succinctly captures the inexcusable effort.

D.J. Swearinger Sr. Provides Defensive Spark, But Not Enough In Loss
The Redskins safety collected two interceptions against quarterback Andrew Luck, but the offense couldn't convert them into touchdowns and the defense struggled to hold the Colts in check late.

Washington Redskins' offense falls flat as home sellout streak ends - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
After surprising the Cardinals in Week 1, the Redskins were stuffed on first downs repeatedly, putting a ball-control offense in a hole.

After two weeks, Jay Gruden’s Redskins lack an identity. And that’s a problem. - The Washington Post
There’s a fine line between a multifaceted offense and a confused one. After failing to produce a TD against the Colts, it’s pretty clear where Washington falls.

Washington Redskins offense falls flat in loss to Colts - The Washington Post
A week after the unit shined in a win over Arizona, the Redskins’ offense fails to score a touchdown.

Redskins offer little reason for hope in frustrating home opener, losing 21-9 to Colts - The Washington Post
Washington players and coaches express frustration after the defeat, which was the first time in 50 years the team had to announce it did not sell out.

Redskins' hot offense cooled down quickly against the Colts - The Washington Post
Adrian Peterson was limited to 20 yards rushing on 11 carries in an ugly loss at home.

Redskins’ offensive line is mangled in ugly loss to Colts - The Washington Post
Starting offensive linemen Trent Williams and Brandon Scherff were both banged up in Washington's home opener, a forgettable afternoon for the offensive line.

Redskins vs. Colts: Best images from 2018 home-opener | NBC Sports Washington
Here are the best photos from the Week 2 match-up between the Washington Redskins and the Indianapolis Colts.

Need to Know: Redskins stock up, stock down Week 2 vs. Colts | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: The Redskins who saw their stocks fall during their listless loss to the Colts and some who actually saw their stock go up.

Five plays that decided Redskins vs. Colts | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins had their chances to be more competitive during their loss to the Colts, but some key plays didn’t go their way.

Redskins fans stay away from home opener | 106.7 The Fan
Football is back, and it looks great on TV.

The Redskins are now honest about their attendance. And it’s not pretty. - The Washington Post
The sellout streak is now a distant memory, and the announced figure of 57,013 for Sunday’s loss to Colts was easily the lowest for an opener in FedEx Field history.