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Chase Young and Ron Rivera expect their defense to be far better vs. Giants | RSN
Washington made simple mistakes on defense in its opening loss of the year. They team is hoping the fixes for those issues will be simple, too.

What Logan Thomas thinks Washington can improve offensively against Giants | RSN
Washington turned the ball over seven times over the two losses to New York last season.

Is Week 2 a must-win for Washington? NFL Network's Thursday Night crew debates | RSN
Colleen Wolfe, Michael Irvin, Steve Smith and Joe Thomas all gave their take on whether Week 2 is a must-win for Washington against the New York Giants.

Giants TE Evan Engram out vs. Washington, RB Saquon Barkley questionable | RSN
The Giants could be missing two big contributors against Washington on Thursday.

Daniel Jones is a below-average quarterback. Except when he plays Washington. - Washington Times
Now in his third season in the NFL, Daniel Jones has had just five outings without a turnover. Two of those came against the Burgundy and Gold. Jones is 8-19 as an NFL starter, but 4-0 against Washington. In his four wins over Washington, he's posted a 100 passer rating.

Washington Vs. Giants Preview: An Early Division Battle
After dropping the season opener against the Los Angeles Chargers, 20-16, the Washington Football Team is facing an early NFC East battle with another home matchup against the New York Giants. Here's everything you need to know about the Week 2 matchup, p

3 Keys: Washington Vs. Giants
The Washington Football Team has a chance to bounce back from a loss with a Thursday night NFC East game against the New York Giants. Here are three keys to the matchup, presented by Van Metre.

WFT-Giants preview: Washington’s defense gets another shot at Daniel Jones - The Washington Post
The Giants' quarterback has a 4-0 record against Washington. Plus, the WFT offensive line looks to improve upon its Week 1 performance.

Taylor Heinicke is a 'tough dude' who energizes Washington Football Team - Washington Blog- ESPN
Washington is counting on the inexperienced backup quarterback to keep it in contention with starter Ryan Fitzpatrick on injured reserve.

Washington observations: It's Taylor Heinicke's time; Justin Herbert was never a solution – The Athletic
It may be easy to say Washington should have drafted Herbert to be its QB of the future last year, but it's not that simple.

Washington's Taylor Heinicke has dreamed of being a starting QB — 'and here we are' – The Athletic
Taylor Heinicke, who replaces the injured Ryan Fitzpatrick, showed during a playoff loss in January that the bright lights don't faze him.

Next Woman Up: Amina Edwards, chief of staff of the Washington Football Team
In this installment of the Next Woman Up series, Amina Edwards discusses how she has helped change and build the culture in Washington during her first year in the front office.

'We've never seen Taylor as the backup': Logan Thomas on Heinicke as starter | RSN
Washington tight end Logan Thomas has full confidence in Taylor Heinicke moving forward.

Rivera Wants To See More Maturity, Fewer Mistakes In Week 2
Ron Rivera felt upbeat about his team's performance against the Chargers, despite the loss. Twenty-four hours later, his mood changed.

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