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Ron Rivera tested Dwayne Haskins on this fourth down, and unfortunately, Haskins failed | RSN
On a fourth down against the Ravens, Ron Rivera very well could’ve kicked a field goal. Instead, though, he wanted to put Dwayne Haskins through a test. Unfortunately, Haskins ended up failing.

Antonio Gibson is becoming a dynamic threat for Washington - The Washington Post
Rookie Antonio Gibson’s emergence as a versatile offensive weapon has been a bright spot during Washington’s frustrating start to the season.

Haskins or Allen? Rivera says 'it's Dwayne's game going into this week and we’ll see how things unfold' | RSN
Asked if Dwayne Haskins would remain the starter next week against the Rams, Ron Rivera committed, mostly.

Washington needs better play out of Landon Collins and Troy Apke moving forward | RSN
The play at the safety position has been suspect for Washington early on.

Dwayne Haskins fails test when Washington needed him most
Ron Rivera wanted to challenge quarterback Dwayne Haskins with an aggressive 4th-and-goal play. Unfortunately, the young QB failed that test when Washington needed him, Rick Snider writes.

When the Washington offense falls, the defense isn't picking them up | RSN
When Washington’s offense turns it over or puts the defense in a bad spot field position-wise, Jack Del Rio wants his group to put out the fire. So far, though, they’re only adding to the flames.

Dwayne Haskins throws for career high after chatter of benching - Washington Times
A more conventional coach might have taken the points. But after a week in which his quarterback faced so much scrutiny, Ron Rivera wanted to test Dwayne Haskins. Again.

Washington loses to Ravens, 31-17, drops to 1-3 on the season - The Washington Post
Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson accounts for three TDs, and Coach Ron Rivera is limited because of cancer treatment.

5 Takeaways From Washington's Game Against the Ravens
The Washington Football Team returned to FedExField to play the Baltimore Ravens and lost, 31-17, falling to 1-3. Here are five takeaways from the Week 4 matchup.

Former safety Ryan Clark takes jab at Washington during loss to Ravens | RSN
Ryan Clark wasn’t impressed by Washington’s performance against the Ravens in Week 4.

Growth? Regression? Washington's rebuild going different directions | RSN
Well, the 2020 Washington Football Team is a Rorshach Test, and fans can see anything they want through four games.

Washington's Ron Rivera plans to keep coaching through final 3 weeks of cancer treatments
Washington Football Team coach Ron Rivera has three more weeks of cancer treatments remaining, and he reiterated that he plans to continue coaching throughout the process.

Ron Rivera courage is admirable, but at what cost? - Washington Times
Is coaching the Washington Football Team worth Ron Rivera's life?

Washington-Ravens Monday Stats Pack
A list of stats and notes from the Washington Football Team's 31-17 loss against the Baltimore Ravens, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Washington Football Team Public Relations.

Snap Counts: Washington-Ravens, Week 4
Check out the offensive and defensive snap counts from the Washington Football Team's Week 4 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 4.

Which NFC East Team Will Turn it Around in Next Four Games? | Washington, Cowboys, Eagles, Giants - YouTube
Which NFC East team will get their act together in the next 4 weeks?