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At 1-9 and sinking, Redskins coach and players know that 'close' is just a myth | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins team president Bruce Allen famously described his team as “close” multiple times during the last few years. Close? Close to what?

Morgan Moses explains why he was not offended by Dwayne Haskins' viral pep talk vs. Jets | NBC Sports Washington
Cameras captured Dwayne Haskins asking his offensive linemen for help during the Redskins' loss to the Jets. Morgan Moses wasn't offended by it.

Alex Smith One Year Later... (Video via Liz Smith)

Here's how Bill Callahan justified the Redskins starting Montae Nicholson against the Jets | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins' decision to let Montae Nicholson start against the Jets on Sunday, just days after the death of his reported girlfriend, confused many. On Monday, Bill Callahan was asked to explain that decision.

Dwayne Haskins can't help Redskins avoid another bad day at turnstiles - Washington Times
Bill Callahan, the Washington Redskins "interim" head coach, said he was "disappointed in how we performed," particularly since they had two weeks to prepare to face the 2-7 New York Jets at Ghost Town Field.

Five Takeaways: Redskins Vs. Jets, Week 11
The Redskins returned to FedExField after their bye week to play the New York Jets. Here are five takeaways from the game.

Redskins' failure to make Haskins comfortable a big problem | 106.7 The Fan
Dwayne Haskins said he wasn't comfortable in the offense in Sunday's 34-17 loss to the Jets, an admission that should raise red flags about what the Redskins are doing to prepare him, 106.7 The Fan's Craig Hoffman writes.

The Redskins' secondary promised a lot yet has delivered little so far in 2019 | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins' secondary came into 2019 with a new coach, a new high-priced safety and promises of a much improved group. It's safe to say the whole operation has been a disaster so far.

Redskins’ young trio shows potential, but long after Jets game was out of hand | NBC Sports Washington
Quarterback Dwayne Haskins, running back Derrius Guice and wide receiver Terry McLaurin all made big plays in loss to the Jets on Sunday.

Despite a few highlights Dwayne Haskins knows his play 'wasn't good enough' | NBC Sports Washington
Dwayne Haskins played poorly on Sunday and the young quarterback admitted it after the game.