Redskins' wideouts could get boost Sunday vs. Green Bay - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Packers' aggressive man coverage scheme has been vulnerable to receivers, which could help Washington's WR corps get going.
Forever linked: Alex Smith, Aaron Rodgers and the 2005 draft - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Rodgers was the Cal star and the 49ers had the top pick, but they chose Smith. The duo cross paths again Sunday, and for Smith there's no looking back.
Alex Smith is a patient QB. He may look to be more aggressive vs. the Packers. - The Washington Post
Redskins’ passer says “it’s a fine line” between protecting the ball and being too conservative. Sunday’s matchup against Aaron Rodgers could test that balance.
Think the Redskins are flawed? Well, so is nearly everyone else in the NFC | NBC Sports Washington
Every Redskins fan is laser-focused on Washington's issues. This blog is meant to remind you that nearly everyone else in the 'Skins' conference has problems, too.
If Lauvao is out against the Packers, Redskins will shuffle their offensive line | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins may have to replace left guard Shawn Lauvao on Sunday, and if they do, they will have to move some of their interior linemen around.
Redskins vs. Packers then and now | NBC Sports Washington
Rich Tandler looks at the Packers-Redskins series from the first time they met plus a preview of Sunday’s matchup.
Need to Know: Five Redskins under pressure vs. Packers | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: The Redskins have an opportunity to change the narrative surrounding them and get a big win on Sunday. Here are five players who need to step up for that to happen.
After 9-point outing, Redskins need more from pass game | Sports | richmond.com
ASHBURN — The Washington Redskins weren’t able to get much production out of receivers Paul Richardson and Josh Doctson on Sunday. That didn’t come as a huge shock — the
Rodgers and Smith, QB Class of '05, are still going strong (and still getting confused for each other) | Sports | richmond.com
Both Aaron Rodgers and Alex Smith were selected in the 2005 NFL Draft, an eternity in football time (for perspective, that's the year Jason Campbell was drafted).