The revved-up Washington Commanders remain neutral regarding their quarterback plan and Chase Young’s return.
While having a losing record, the coaching staff has found ways to keep games close by understanding their opponent. In Washington’s case, its offensive Identity was on full display on Monday. There is no question about who Washington wants to be offensively, but what will Houston’s response be?
Racine in a statement said the club’s ticket policy in question “is yet another example of egregious mismanagement and illegal conduct by Commanders executives who seem determined to lie, cheat and steal from District residents in as many ways as possible.”
“Being in the NFL, some changes at quarterback here and there, I’ve had to get a lot better in the short-area route running,” McLaurin said when asked about his growth on slants. “Now I feel like it’s a very strong part of my game.”
Per Rivera, Young will not take on a full workload even if he is able to play in Houston.
“It’ll be a pitch count,” Rivera said. “It will be something we have to monitor closely.”
“The yards per carry wasn’t great,” offensive coordinator Scott Turner said Thursday, “but as far as the run game, it was effective (because) we had a lot of ’em, and we were able to stay on the field.”
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