Found December 18, 2011 on Beat Writers Blog:
Loss puts Giants in difficult position in playoff chase

Nicks’ Missed Opportunities Prove Costly to Giants

Giants’ wideout Hakeem Nicks is usually a reliable receiver. Today, he wasn’t his reliable self, dropping passes letting some others get away from him. He still made some plays (five catches for 73 yards) but it’s the ones he didn’t make that has people thinking ‘what if’ today. The Giants’ passing attack was marginalized by wind, sun and aggressive Washington defense...

InReeseWeTrust: New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins Week 15 Game Preview

Washington Redskins (4-9) at New York Giants (7-6), Sundayat 1pm in the MeadowlandsBy Ben Kelly - 12/17/11What happened last week?The Redskins nearly knocked of the Patriots in Washingtonlast week before a last-second interception swung through the hands of receiverSantana Moss and into Jerod Mayo’s open arms, halting the comeback. The ‘Skins losttwo three...

Osi Umenyiora Not Ready to Return

According to Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News,  Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora will likely not be ready to return to the field this week against the Jets. Umenyiora has missed the past three weeks with a severe ankle sprain.  His ankle still remains very sore and it’s affected the way he’s been [...]

Redskins WR Moss in trouble with IRS

Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss is in hot water with the IRS. According to the Detroit News, the IRS filed a tax lien claiming that Moss owes $258,000 in taxes related to his 2006 earnings. Moss, 32, earned $1.9 million that year.

2012 NFL draft watch: Redskins now in eighth spot

The Washington Redskins improved their record to 5-9 Sunday while dropping the New York Giants to 7-7 and hurting New York’s playoff chances. But at the same time, Washington didn’t help its own draft position, sliding back a couple of spots with the victory. The Redskins entered Sunday’s game in the fourth spot with a 4-9 record. After Sunday’s games, the Redskins held...

Kyle Shanahan Has Redskins Offense on Rebound

Since his arrival in Washington, Kyle Shanahan has been a primary target of derision amongst Redskins fans. Given the failed quarterback experiments and inconsistent offensive output, it’s no surprise Shanahan is about as popular in these parts as Troy Aikman. He’s has had a rough go of it since leaving the high-powered Texans to join his father here, but this latest stretch...

Third Quarter Thoughts

AP Image Halftime is the enemy of any team with momentum, because they risk cooling off in the locker room. But the Redskins are sizzling like fajitas in the second half, with DeAngelo Hall picking off Eli Manning on the second play from scrimmage.  The interception was a one-handed beauty, good for Hall’s third pick of the year and 35th of his career. This is only the second...

Justin Tuck Responds to Rex Ryan’s Comments

Editor’s note: Although the Cowboys are the next team listed on the Eagles’ schedule, the next game on the schedule that affects the Eagles takes place at 1 p.m. Saturday at MetLife Stadium. As such, we’re going to spend some time this week … [visit site to read more]

Teammates don’t rally to Eli’s aid Bello/Getty ImagesBy Mark Cannizzaro - NY Post 12/19/11

PFT: Santana Moss owes IRS $260K

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Redskins hurt Giants playoff bid with 23-10 win

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Rex Grossman threw a touchdown pass and the Washington Redskins put a hurt on the New York...

Redskins at Giants: Quarter-by-quarter breakdown, game's key play

First quarter Well, that didn't take long. The Redskins extended two dubious streaks on the game's first play, when Rex Grossman was intercepted on a flea-flicker. That made it 28 straight games with a turnover for the Skins and 10 straight with an interception for Grossman. But overall, the quarter ...
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