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Robert Griffin III
Green Bay Packers
Handing out labels following Skins games. This time a 38-20 loss at Green Bay, and it wasn’t even that close. Hey, at least Dallas and Philly lost.
Ryan Kerrigan — More QB pressure, as evidenced by two early sacks. Seems to be the only defender that’s worth a ****
Alfred Morris — Didn’t fumble and ran for 107 on 13 carries.
Pierre Garcon — Eight catches for 143 yards and a nice TD. Is a baller.
Jordan Reed — First NFL touchdown. Playing more than I expected
Kevin Durant – The world’s biggest Redskins fan. Literally.
Mike Shanahan — Two games, two times getting blown out in the first half. Problem is, this week they didn’t even really pick themselves up off the mat.
Jim Haslett — Had no idea how to stop the Packers from moving the ball at will, and I think that’s an understatement.
Kyle Shanahan – No idea how to move the ball consistently. Couldn’t convert a third down. At least when it counted.
Brandon Meriweather – Knocked Eddie Lacy out, then knocked himself
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