• Here come the Redskins

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Sep 23, 2012
    But for a lot of the game, it seemed like the Redskins were just playing badly. Despite 17 consecutive points to get the Redskins to 31-24, the Bengals never actually trailed, and looked well in control until the wild flurry from the Redskins that came up just short. A.J. The Bengals beat the Redskins with a lot of interesting play calling and strong play from Andy Dalton and A.J. Green. Down 24-7 in the first half and with only six net passing yards at intermission, the Redskins have roared back. After all, our supposedly “good” defense should be good enough to protect an offense that’s scoring at least three touchdowns a game, especially since they held teams to 21 or less points points in 8 of 16 games last year, and that was with Rex Grossman and/or John Beck turning the ball over at least two times a game.. Or so you’d think, anyway.
  • The Redskins Lost Because Their Comeback Ran Out Of Time, In One GIF

    The Bengals beat the Redskins with a lot of interesting play calling and strong play from Andy Dalton and A.J. Green. But for a lot of the game, it seemed like the Redskins were just playing badly. At half time, it was 24-10 Washington, and people we're…
    Source: deadspin.com
  • The Redskins Defense is Offensively Bad

    Here’s a question for you: if someone told you before the season began that, with a rookie quarterback, a patchwork (putting it politely) offensive line, and another rookie as the starting running back, this offense was consistently going to score three

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