Phillip Thomas’ foot sprain part of tough night for Redskins rookie safeties
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Aug 9, 2013
Phillip Thomas did a good job on the first play of the game, ducking under the tight end to race across the line and help on a tackle. Tarik El-Bashir of CSNWashington.com reports that safety Phillip Thomas sprained his foot in the first quarter of the game while making a tackle on Titans running back Shonn Greene. The fact that he did not just lumps him in with many other safeties. If the Redskins have to start multiple rookies, there will be many lessons learned. 3. Rambo was then flagged for unnecessary roughness on another touchdown run by Greene, which should give the coaches plenty to talk to Rambo about when they watch film of the game.
After rewatching the Redskins' 22-21 win over Tennessee, a few opinions were solidified, some shifted a little and a few discoveries were made: 1. Bacarri Rambo was put in a terrible spot by his front seven on Chris Johnson’s 58-yard touchdown run and, …