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John Beck is so focused on moving forward from Sunday’s 33-20 loss at Carolina that he initially declined Wednesday to analyze what he learned from his first start as a Redskin, and his first in nearly four years.
“I think it’s a mindset,” Beck said. “That’s why -- I didn’t mean to step on your question there -- but I think if all of us just have the mindset that every day we come out to practice we’re moving forward, not looking back. No rearview mirrors. Just we did our best last week. What happened, happened. Now we’re moving forward.”
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When John Beck leads the Washington Redskins against the Buffalo Bills in Toronto on Sunday, it won’t mark the first occasion, or sport, in which he has against Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Growing up about half an hour from Phoenix, Beck and Fitzpatrick have known each other since they were roughly 7 and 8 years old.
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This week, the Redskins welcome the Buffalo Bills to town, which sets the stage for what could be a high scoring game. The Bills have one of the worst defenses in the NFL, which is an ideal situation for a very efficient John Beck to have a lot of passing success with running back Tim Hightower out for
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In the days leading up to last weekend’s game, I talked to several fans of the Washington Redskins who expressed a new-found optimism in regards to their favorite football team.
Thanks to head coach Mike Shanahan’s decision to turn to John Beck as his starting quarterback, more than a few ‘Skins fans seemed [...]
Shake off the ugliness of Week 7. If you subjected yourself to the SEA-CLE or BAL-JAC games, you brushed your teeth two or three more times and took an extra shower. I love watching defenses go to work as much as anyone, but that Monday night cap to Week 7 was unsettling. Perhaps we can just do a replay of that one on Halloween night or the rights can be sold to AMC to become part...
(By Joseph Person, firstname.lastname@example.org) When Redskins quarterback John Beck scrambled into the end zone for a 4-yard touchdown in the third quarter of the Panthers' 33-20 win on Sunday, a cheer went up from several burgundy-hued sections of Bank of America Stadium.The reaction did not go unnoticed by those on the home sideline.
Dan Steinberg, LaVar Arrington and Mike Jones joined Jonathan Forsythe on this week’s webcast to break down the injury-plagued Redskins’ loss in Carolina, assess the play of quarterback John Beck, preview the Bills game and discuss the unbeaten Capitals’ record-setting start to the season.
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