Sometimes you see a statistic that makes you stop a second and consider what you just read. That’s exactly what NBC Sports Washington’s JP Finlay provided us with on Friday morning, drawing a direct comparison between Washington’s Terry McLaurin, and Arizona’s top two receivers, DeAndre Hopkins and Larry Fitzgerald.
It’s been a fun week to follow the Washington Football Team, as they’ve been riding high coming off of an improbable season-opening win over the Philadelphia Eagles and enjoying a solo first-place spot in the NFC East.
Of the group of second-year quarterbacks getting set to kick off the 2020 season, there was arguably no person who had more questions about his abilities, or more doubters already writing him off than Dwayne Haskins.
Quarterback Dwayne Hasksins will have his hands full when his team heads to Arizona to take on the Cardinals. His offense must find a way to be consistent and sustain drives. On the other side of the ball, the Washington defense needs to find a way to contain Arizona's speedy offensive weapons.
The Washington Football Team has signed speedy wide receiver Jeff Badet and tight end Temarrick Hemingway to their practice squad. They are releasing tight end Hale Hentges and wide receiver Shelton Gibson in corresponding moves.
The Washington Football Team and Philadelphia Eagles linked arms at midfield for a moment of unity as “Lift Every Voice and Sing” played prior to Sunday’s Week 1 game, but Washington had other ideas that conflicted with the Eagles' proposed joint-team anthem kneeldown.