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In a bizarre finish on Sunday Night Football, the chain gang gave the Washington Redskins a first down but the referees signaled for third down. I’m sure this would have completely changed the Redskins play call after they didn’t gain any yards on the next play, because the play after would have been fourth down and not second down. Terrible miscommunication by the referees and the chain gang.
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The Washington Redskins, trailing by 7, had a slim chance at forcing the New York Giants into overtime. On second down, QB Robert Griffin III threw a short pass to Pierre Garcon for 5 yards, resulting in a first down, or at least that's what everybody thought. On the next play, RG3 went deep for an incompletion to TE Fred Davis. That's when they and everyone learned...
Is Robert Griffin III insecure?
He almost always expresses great confidence in himself and his teammates on the podium in front of the media. On the field, he usually appears to be the guy in charge.
However, we now have some reports coming out that Griffin might not feel very secure in his job. Last week it was Ian Rapoport and Mike Silver talking about it on the NFL Network....
With their loss to the New York Giants yesterday, the Washington Redskins were officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Last year’s NFC East champions have struggled to find their rhythm this season and with them out of the playoff picture it might be time to wonder if the Redskins should sit quarterback Robert Griffin III for the rest of the year.
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The Washington Redskins looked disjointed throughout the second half while blowing a 14-point lead in their 24-17 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday. The Redskins were penalized for a pair of unsportsmanlike conduct penalties and a delay of game in the second half that contributed to a 24-17 loss. The Giants said they could see the frustration mounting as they came back from a 14 deficit.
Sunday night's game was going well for the most part till the end of the game. After getting out to an early lead the Redskins forgot how to play on offense and the Giants remembered enough to take a 24-17 lead. With a chance to tie it Washington was driving, but than the refs screwed up a pretty crucial moment.It was enough of a screw up that even the woman on the chain gang...
Dean Blandino, NFL VP of Officiating, released a statement on the fourth quarter play in Sunday night’s Redskins vs Giants game that saw confusion as to what Washington’s down was on their final drive, here it is: With 2:00 remaining in the fourth quarter of Sunday night’s game between the New York Giants and Washington [...]
THE GAME TURNED WHEN… the Redskins could not convert a number of great opportunities — with great field position — into points. The last and perhaps most damaging was when safety Brandon Meriweather intercepted Giants QB Eli Manning deep in Giants territory and returned the ball to the New York 12-yard line. The Redskins ran three plays for -3 yards and had to kick a field...
Last week: 25 (-3)
Any talk of the Redskins benching RG3 is just absurd media sensationalism. This is what the media does. They build players up to undeservedly high levels and then destroy them when they fail to meet those expectations. RG3 isn’t even having that bad of a season, completing 59.8% of his passes for an average of 7.12 YPA, 14 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions...
Referee Jeff Triplette says the down marker was moved incorrectly on the Washington Redskins' last possession of a 24-17 loss to the New York Giants.
Speaking to a pool reporter after Monday night's game, Triplette says play was not halted to correct the down marker because it happened in the last two minutes and the Redskins - who were out of timeouts - would have been...
Whenever he encounters struggles or falls short in an assignment, Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams takes a simple approach.
“Just wipe it out,” he reminds himself and then moves onto the next play.
As his downtrodden Redskins put the finishing touches on their game plan for the New York Giants, who will visit FedEx Field on Sunday night, Williams will attempt...
Sunday night the New York Giants and Washington Redskins will face one another in a match-up of two NFC East teams.
The Giants (4-7) and Redskins (3-8) are both coming off losses and find themselves playing one another with the loser falling to the bottom of the division.
Coverage of the game between the Giants and Redskins will air on NBC beginning at 8:30 pm ET from FedEx Field...
Here’s the full statement released by the NFL’s vice president of officiating Dean Blandino on the Redskins-Giants’ situation from Sunday night:
“With 2:00 remaining in the fourth quarter of Sunday night’s game between the New York Giants and Washington Redskins, Washington faced a second-and-5 from its own 41-yard line with no timeouts remaining. Quarterback Robert Griffin...
Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed has been cleared to play Sunday night against the New York Giants, a source told FOXSports.com.
Reed, who missed last week’s game against the 49ers because of concussion-like symptoms, had limited participation in practice all week and was expected to play. The Redskins still have him listed as questionable.
Well it looks like someone over at Sky Sports in Canada is about to be looking for a new job.
Sky Sports recently published a piece on British diver Tom Daley, who just announced that he was gay via Youtube video. In the piece they listed a slew of other “outed” professional athletes and for some reason included Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III
Handing out labels following Skins games, this time a 24-17 loss to NY.
Brian Orakpo — Treated LT Will Beatty like a turnstile for two more sacks, giving him 5.5 in the past four games.
Perry Riley – Seemed to play well out there, at least in pass coverage.
Al Michaels — I *love* how pissed he sounded about the refs screwing up the end of the game. Do NOT play with...