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For three quarters yesterday against the Broncos, the Washington Redskins were right there in the game. You would have never known that Washington is is pretty bad team this year. I think there are many reasons that you can point to that they aren’t very good this year but WR Pierre Garcon thinks he has pinpointed the issue: “We’ve had trouble passing all year to tell you the truth. What do you think?” Garcon said after the game, turning the question around to reporters. “…. I can only run the routes, try to make separation. That’s the only thing I really can do.” “Doesn’t matter (who you’re playing),” he said, referring to the entire offense (via NFL.com). “If you suck at passing, you suck at passing … We’ve just got to figure it out.” From what I see, passing hasn’t been the issue. Yes the Broncos give up 380 passing yards per games and RGIII only could get 180 but the Redskins did stop running the ball when that was working well. This may be yet another case of a WR just wanting the ball more.
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Logic suggested the Washington Redskins would find a way to move the ball through the air on Sunday against the beleaguered pass defense of the Denver Broncos -- but that didn't happen.
Robert Griffin III produced a season-low 45.4 passer rating and didn't look right throwing the ball in a 45-21 loss. Denver held the Redskins quarterback to 132 yards and intercepted him...
Pierre Garcon gave us what likely will go down as the best catch of the weekend. The Washington Redskins receiver made a crazy one-handed catch on the team’s third drive of the game. Robert Griffin III’s pass was high, so Garcon had to show off his vertical leap while reaching up with his right hand […]
Could we have just witnessed DeAngelo Hall’s last game as a Redskin?(Photo by Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post)
The Washington Redskins have some interesting decisions to make as the trade deadline arrived tomorrow at 4:00 PM ET.
First is the curious case of Fred Davis, the talented tight end who has found himself in the doghouse for two consecutive weeks, being placed on the...
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The Washington Redskins get very little luck when it comes to their secondary, whether it be on or off the field. Brandon Meriweather continued the secondary woes with his mouth.
One game after serving a one game suspension for another helmet to helmet hit, Meriweather returns to the fold in another controversial fashion. This time, instead of head hunting...
Albert Haynesworth is very similar to a lot of players over the years who have signed lucrative contracts and not lived up to expectations. However, none of them have been accused of trying to play bad on purpose, which is exactly what former Washington Redskins teammate Chris Cooley said of Haynesworth, while going on the air with ESPN 980 last week. He was trying to get released...
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather is easily one of the most hated players in the National Football League. He plays recklessly and and is a notorious head-hunter. Most recently, Meriweather was suspended by the league after being flagged for two illegal hits on Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery during a game against the Bears. After […]
With the trade deadline less than a day away, the Redskins are trying hard to make a deal.
Per a league source, Washington hopes to trade tight end Fred Davis.
The 2012 franchise-tag recipient tore an Achilles tendon last season. He returned under a one-year, $1 million contract, and the Redskins have phased him out of their plans, given the performances of Jordan Reed and Logan...
Robert Griffin is right. The Washington Redskins aren't a 2-5 team. That's not what they play like.
Problem is, when you play like a team with no aspirations for the playoffs the first three weeks of the season, you don't get to shrug off those performances when negativity and criticism collide at Redskins park. And the stigma of the beginning of the season: the...
Team owner Daniel Snyder will reportedly meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell this week regarding Washington's nickname, the Redskins.
Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather told The Washington Times today that he believes players like Brandon Marshall who allegedly beat their girlfriends should be kicked out of the league (Credit: Washington Post)
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather was suspended last Wednesday for two games after he delivered a pair of illegal hits last Sunday on Bears wide receivers Alshon...
Chris Cooley with some *REAL TALK* for Fat Albert Haynesworth. [Bog]
Dexter Manley called Troy Aikman a “queer” on air, and he’s sorry. [Bog]
Shanahan says Meriweather learned lesson. Doesn’t sound like it. [Insider]
Sounds like RGIII’s other knee is fine, despite a little scare. [The Insider]
Numbers don’t lie: RGIII has a bit of a fumbling problem, damn it. [Bog]
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather, who served a one-game suspension Sunday for the way he hits, vowed to begin targeting players' knees and fired a shot at Chicago Bears star receiver Brandon Marshall, saying players who beat their girlfriends should be out of the NFL.
Meriweather has received numerous fines over the years for his helmet-to-helmet hits. After two...
The Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos will match-up on Sunday.
While the Redskins improved to 2-4 last week the Broncos suffered their first loss of the season and enter Sunday’s game at 6-1.
Coverage of the game between the Redskins and Broncos will air on FOX beginning at 4:25 pm ET from Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, CO.
After saying he's going to "take peoples' knees out" to avoid
another suspension for hits to the head, Washington Redskins safety
Brandon Meriweather has struck another blow, saying that "people
who beat their girlfriends should be kicked out of the
It’s not been a great couple weeks for former players and coaches to return to their old place of employment. Broncos QB Peyton Manning and his team suffered their first loss of the year after making his first return to Indianapolis last Sunday night. This Sunday, former Denver Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan returned to the city where he spent 21 years of his coaching timeline...