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Why Washington's players don't care about sacks as much as many NFL fans do | RSN
Matt Ioannidis, Jonathan Allen and Taylor Heinicke all spoke about the tricky nature of sacks on Wednesday.

John Bates making it count in unexpected starting role for Washington – The Athletic
Bates, a rookie tight end, has emerged as a key contributor to Washington's recent winning streak.

Starter mentality: Despite injuries, Washington’s offensive line has been one of its deepest and strongest units - The Washington Post
An emphasis on development and depth up front has turned a once-questionable group into one of Washington’s strongest assets.

McLaurin's 'blue-collar' approach has earned his opponents' respect
McLaurin isn't one of the most vocal receivers in the league, but he is one of the most productive. It's caught the attention of players around the league.

Washington's O-Line depth helping it perform among the NFL's best
Washington's offensive line has dealt with multiple injuries throughout the season. It's backups have stepped up to the challenge and been just as effective.

Washington Football Daily | Jon Allen could be bulldozing his way to his first Pro Bowl
Allen is currently tied for second among interior defensive tackles with six sacks. A Pro Bowl vote could be in his future if he keeps playing at a high level.

Can Taylor Heinicke become Washington’s franchise QB? He’s not thinking about it ‘at all.’ - The Washington Post
The 28-year-old quarterback has had back-to-back strong starts, balancing his off-script style with the careful play his coaches want.

PHOTOS | Seahawks Practice Week 11/26
The Washington Football Team continues its week of practice in preparation for MNF vs the Seattle Seahawks. (Photos by Emilee Fails/Washington Football Team)

3 players to watch during Washington's Monday Night game against the Seahawks
The Washington Football Team has a chance to extend its winning streak to three in a row as it is set to take on the Seattle Seahawks (3-7) on Monday Night Football. Here are three players who could have pivotal roles.