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Need to Know: Tandler’s Take—Looking back a Redskins vs. Packers and ahead beyond the bye week | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: It’s still too early to know how good or bad the Packers are and the injury-related shuffling the Redskins did on the offensive line may become permanent.

Several Redskins players aren’t thrilled with having such an early bye week - The Washington Post
Washington had three games before its bye week, with 13 to play after it. “It’s about to be a long [final] three quarters [of the season]," safety D.J. Swearinger said. “It’s a big disadvantage."

NFL’s roughing-the-passer rule isn’t changing, but it may be applied differently - The Washington Post
No significant changes to the language of the roughing-the-passer rule are expected when members of the NFL's competition committee speak next week by conference call but there is strong sentiment on the committee to see enforcement of the rule modified.

NFC East Update: Eagles, Redskins separate from Cowboys, Giants | NBC Sports Washington
The season remains young, but a clear declination appears to be forming in the NFC East. The Redskins and Eagles boast capable offenses, and the Giants and Cowboys do not.

With the game put in their hands, the Redskins defense got the job done again | NBC Sports Washington
With a big halftime lead against the Packers, Jay Gruden called on his defense to seal the deal. For the second time this season the defense came through.

Redskins RB Adrian Peterson shows bounce, moves toward more milestones - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
A week after the Colts bottled him up, Peterson found more openings for his ninth career 100-yard game against the Packers.

Redskins Show How Dominant Defense Can Be In Win Over Packers
Limiting the Packers to just 17 points, the Redskins defense showed its full potential on Sunday, sacking quarterback Aaron Rodgers four times and producing a crucial forced fumble late.

Snap Counts: Redskins-Packers, Week 3
Check out this week's snap counts for the Washington Redskins in their game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

Redskins-Packers Monday Stats Pack
A list of stats from the Washington Redskins' Week 3 matchup with the Green Bay Packers that took place at FedExField.

How the Redskins D-line is transforming the whole defense | NBC Sports Washington
JP Finlay and Rich Tandler walk you through how the young, deep defensive line is affecting the Redskins' defense as a whole.

Need to Know: Tandler’s Take—Looking back a Redskins vs. Packers and ahead beyond the bye week | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: It’s still too early to know how good or bad the Packers are and the injury-related shuffling the Redskins did on the offensive line may become permanent.

NFL’s roughing-the-passer rule isn’t changing, but it may be applied differently - The Washington Post
No significant changes to the language of the roughing-the-passer rule are expected when members of the NFL's competition committee speak next week by conference call but there is strong sentiment on the committee to see enforcement of the rule modified.

NFC East Update: Eagles, Redskins separate from Cowboys, Giants | NBC Sports Washington
The season remains young, but a clear declination appears to be forming in the NFC East. The Redskins and Eagles boast capable offenses, and the Giants and Cowboys do not.

With the game put in their hands, the Redskins defense got the job done again | NBC Sports Washington
With a big halftime lead against the Packers, Jay Gruden called on his defense to seal the deal. For the second time this season the defense came through.