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Ron Rivera wants Dwayne Haskins to control, and not just manage, future games | RSN
Dwayne Haskins isn't the primary reason why the Washington Football Team is 1-0 to begin 2020 — that distinction belongs to the pass rush, which introduced Carson Wentz to the ground time and time again on Sunday — but the second-year signal caller did help the cause overall.

Ryan Kerrigan Ties, Then Breaks Dexter Manley's All-Time Redskins Sacks Record | Washington Football

Jimmy Moreland's first career interception a turning point in Washington's win | RSN
Landon Collins tried to warn us.

Washington's Week 1 win was promising, but they must improve these three areas | RSN
The Washington Football Team has a lot to be proud of after their season-opening upset of the Eagles, including, but not limited to: the resilience they showed to come back from a dreadful start and 17-0 deficit, Dwayne Haskins' ever-growing leadership,

Don't go crazy but there are 3 realistic overreactions from Washington's Week 1 win | RSN
When it comes to optimistic overreactions, Washington Football fans might as well be Michael Jordan. The best.

Washington Beats Eagles 27-17, Starts Season 1-0 | My Post Game Thoughts - Rated Redskins Radio

Washington opens as 7-point underdogs against Cardinals - Washington Times
Washington knocked off the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 1, scoring 27 unanswered in a 27-17 win. Despite the comeback, oddsmakers don't like Washington in its next matchup.

Sunday observations: I watched an NFL game in an empty stadium. It was weird. | Professional Sports |
It's a play I've seen attempted often in peewee football. Can't say I've ever seen it at the NFL level.

One former GM says Washington will be 'a tough out' thanks to elite pass rush | RSN
The best teams in the NFL are typically elite in at least one of three categories: Quarterback play or a dominant offensive and/or defensive line.

Eagles analyst: Washington's defensive linemen were 'like sharks' against Philadelphia | RSN
Sharks can smell blood up to a mile away. On Sunday, the Washington Football Team defensive linemen were the sharks, and those sharks smelled blood from a mile away before the game even started.

Chase Young made several big plays in his NFL debut. Here’s what his dad saw. - The Washington Post
Washington rookie Chase Young's debut will be remembered for his sacks and forced fumble, but his father Greg is always looking for ways he can get better. “I tell people, ‘I’m not his fan. I’m his father,’” he says.

Game Balls: 5 Standouts From Washington's Win Over The Eagles
The Washington Football Team started the season with a 27-17 win at home against the Philadelphia Eagles. Here are five individuals who stood out during the Week 1 victory.

Snap Counts: Washington-Eagles, Week 1
Check out the offensive and defensive snap counts from the Washington Football Team's Week 1 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 13.

McElroy: Jason Wright is ready to overhaul the Washington franchise | Professional Sports |
Former NFL running back and new Washington Football Team President Jason Wright sat down with Wes McElroy to discuss why he accepted the job in Washington.