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Daily Slop: Washington Football coaches don’t care about Peyton Barber’s YPC; Can’t ‘ignore’ Steelers’ run game missing James Conner

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Washington's Offense Has A Formula For Upsetting The Steelers
Washington is 3-3 in its last six games, and that's a result of Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson carrying the load on offense.

Ex-teammate of Ben Roethlisberger lays out how Washington can limit him | RSN
How can Washington try to limit Ben Roethlisberger on Monday? One of Big Ben’s old teammates, Ike Taylor, told the Washington Football Talk podcast what he’d do.

Terry McLaurin Wakes up With GMFB | Washington Football Team

Washington Vs. Steelers Preview: Time To Make A Statement
Coming off its biggest win of the season, Washington will travel to Heinz Field to take on the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday evening.

Jack Del Rio: Washington can't 'ignore' Steelers' run game missing James Conner | RSN
Washington defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio says his unit won't overlook Pittsburgh's run defense, even if James Conner doesn't play.

Washington Football coaches don't care about Peyton Barber's yards-per-carry | RSN
Peyton Barber is averaging less than 3 yards-per-carry this season, and Scott Turner and Ron Rivera are quite pleased with it.

Montez Sweat Talks to the Media | Washington Football Team (12-3-2020)
"Life is great, football is better." - Steve Sabol #NFL #NFLFilms

Julie Donaldson, Coach Rivera, And Jason Wright Surprise ROTC Students With Accolades
In the midst of a monumental win streak and fight for first place in the NFC East, Washington Football Team President, Head Coach, and Senior Vice President of Media came together to surprise and reward three local ROTC students.

Wake Up Washington 12/4: The Blueprint For Bringing Down Big Ben
A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Football Team on Friday, Dec. 4, 2020.

WFT Daily: The Key To The NFL's Best Red Zone Defense
Washington has allowed touchdowns on just 48.4% of red zone trips, which leads the NFL, and that is a result of Washington's defense putting in the effort to play in sync with one another.