Found October 30, 2011 on Redskins Insider:
Redskins’ quarterback John Beck finished Sunday’s 23-0 loss to the Buffalo Bills, his second start as a Washington Redskin, with 20 completions on 33 attempts for 208 yards. He threw two interceptions, both in the second half. He finished with a poor passer rating of 53.6, and he is now the first quarterback ever to be shut out while playing for Coach Mike Shanahan. Read full article >>

Poll: Should the Redskins stick with John Beck at quarterback?

After Sunday’s 23-0 shutout by the Buffalo Bills, how much longer are you willing to give the John Beck era? Not to be impatient or anything, but the Redskins’ depleted offense has shown few signs of life since Beck replaced Rex Grossman in Week 6. Take our poll and let us know how you feel in the comments below. Read full article >>

Mike Shanahan: John Beck shares responsibility for some of Bills’ nine sacks

Washington Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said that in addition to poor pass protection by the team’s offensive line, quarterback John Beck wasn’t at his best Sunday. The coach said that not all of the Bills’ nine sacks could be blamed on the team’s patchwork line. Beck completed 20 of 33 passes for 208 yards and two interceptions, and was sacked nine times. His quarterback...

FO Week 8 Quick Reads

In this week's Quick Reads, FO notes that Painter was just slightly better than Blain Gabbert, Tim Tebow and John Beck!  Egads... OK, I wrote that up, then noticed Painter’s red zone performance, which is even more distressing: 5-of-12 passing, 15 yards, no touchdowns, no first downs, 1 (one) successful play.

Offensive struggles reach low point

The Washington Redskins went into their game against Buffalo yesterday down a boatload of starters on offense, but not even in their worst moments could players have imagined the futility of that unit’s performance in the team’s 23-0 loss. The offensive line permitted nine sacks of quarterback John Beck who, when not running for self-preservation, held the ball too long in some...

Guest Post: The Redskins Make Us Stupid Sometimes

This is a rather magnificent piece of work by Redskins-Panthers Predictions winner Mathew Brown. Press play and read on. John Beck is the worst starting quarterback in the NFL, and the Redskins have the most hopeless roster in the NFL. This shouldn’t be news to anyone watching the Redskins play over the last two and a half weeks, but I know there are stupid fans out there right...

Jammal Brown frustrated by lack of a run game

Offensive linemen relish the opportunity to get into a rhythm and attack defensive linemen with run blocking, but the members of the Redskins’ front didn’t get a chance to do that Sunday, when the Redskins had only nine rushing plays against the Bills. On three of the Redskins’ run plays, quarterback John Beck actually had dropped back to pass but came under pressure, tucked...

Redskins-Bills Winners & Losers

Handing out labels after Skins games. Today, a 23-0 stinker in Toronto. Winners London Fletcher — Made a red-zone interception, not that it mattered. Ryan Kerrigan — Made two or three nice plays in the backfield. Sav Rocca — Is it possible that he wins offensive team MVP? Brian Moorman — He always makes me think of Sean Taylor. Ryan Fitzpatrick’s Beard — RFB > John...
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