With a lack of game previews to write up and matchups to break down, we decided to use our time during this bye week for the Washington Football Team to do what really matters…create a definitive ranking of the top 30 players on the team.
The job of a kicker in the NFL is extremely tough. Nobody really knows about you or cares that you’re there until it matters, and unless you’re practically perfect at your job, you get cast aside to the wolves.
In his 10th season in the NFL, Washington defensive end Ryan Kerrigan has seen his role reduced to a supporting cast instead of a lead attraction. The four-time Pro Bowl selection has seen his playing time cut to less than 40 percent of the team’s defensive snaps on average this season.
The Washington Football Team is adding a member to their practice squad, signing wide receiver Trevor Davis on Wednesday afternoon. Davis was a former fifth-round draft pick from the Green Bay Packers back in 2016, and played at the University of California where he was a top target for Jared Goff, the Los Angeles Rams quarterback.
If you were to ask your average NFL fan to list some of the most successful running backs to come out of the 2020 draft class, many would likely be quick to mention Clyde Edwards-Helaire, from the Kansas City Chiefs, or maybe D’Andre Swift, from the Detroit Lions.
The bye week for the Washington Football Team isn’t technically smack dab in the middle of the season, but it’s close enough that we can easily take a step back and examine what we’ve seen from the team so far.
Still only 28, Reid should have plenty left in the tank physically. He started all 16 games for the Panthers last year, notching 130 tackles, six passes defended and four sacks as he was often used as a blitzer.
Dalton was sliding after a short run in the third quarter of Dallas' loss to Washington when he endured a brutal cheap shot to the head from Bostic. Dalton left the game due to a concussion and Bostic was tossed.