Despite pulling out their first win last weekend, the Cincinnati Bengals know they need to be better defensively going forward.
Having lost two key defensive starters during their Week 2 defeat, the Washington Redskins also appear to have a tough challenge ahead of them.
In what could be a high-scoring affair, the Bengals and Redskins square off Sunday as Robert Griffin III makes his eagerly awaited FedEx Field debut.
After getting blown out 44-13 at Baltimore in its season opener, Cincinnati's defensive woes continued last Sunday in a 34-27 win over Cleveland. Andy Dalton threw for 318 yards and a career best-tying three touchdowns, but the Bengals (1-1) were outgained 439-375 in total offense.
"We got the win, but we weren't happy," cornerback Leon Hall said. "Getting the first of the year is big but like anything else, you want to play well individually and as a defense. Obviously you are happy but at the same time you realize things aren't as good as they seem coming off a w...