The Redskins lost their 8th game of the season in Buffalo on Sunday, and also suffered a new pair of injuries. Right tackle Morgan Moses missed 5 snaps when he got checked out for a pec injury. He was replaced by Geron Christian Sr. but returned to finish the game. He got an MRI on Monday, and the initial diagnosis was good, but he is still seeking a second opinion during the bye week. Moses has been having a rough year, but it sounds like he will be good to play when the Redskins host the Jets in Week 11.
John Keim also reports that Tim Settle is dealing with a hamstring injury he suffered against the Bills. Settle only played 8 snaps before exiting the game. The Redskins relied on their 3 starting linemen for the majority of the snaps on defense, and only turned to backup Treyvon Hester for two plays. Washington only has one DL on the practice squad if they would need to sign someone for depth, preseason star Ryan Bee.
Was told that initial diagnosis on Morgan Moses' pec was good; now waiting on second opinion to make sure. As for Tim Settle (hamstring), sounds like they'll know more next week. Got PRP shot; see how it takes affect. no timetable yet on him.— John Keim (@john_keim) November 5, 2019