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Washington Redskins Offense Decimated by Injuries

The Washington Redskins have lost two straight coming out of their bye week, turning a 3-1 start into a 3-3 infirmary. The offense alone has lost five starters in the last two weeks, and they lack the depth to compensate. Continue reading "Washington Redskins Offense Decimated by Injuries" »

NFL Week 1 Preview: Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants

The Washington Redskins turned in an unexpectedly solid preseason after the prolonged NFL lockout claimed valuable offseason workout time. The offense looked good, the defense looked formidable, and special teams didn't suffer any familiar letdowns. After a remarkably productive draft, a quiet free agency and a 3-1 preseason record, the... Continue reading "NFL Week 1 Preview: Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants " »

Washington Redskins: Tim Hightower's Quest for 1,000 Yards

The Washington Redskins did a lot of moving and shaking this offseason, but toned it down a great deal from years past. They didn't make the biggest splash in free agency, they didn't grab the big names, and they actually made an effort to build through the draft. Tim Hightower... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: Tim Hightower's Quest for 1,000 Yards" »

Washington Redskins Offseason Quick Hits

With the lockout nearing its end, it makes sense to start thinking about the future. The Washington Redskins have a lot of questions to answer after the extended labor stoppage, and it is more than likely that some issues go unresolved. Here is a quick look at some of the... Continue reading "Washington Redskins Offseason Quick Hits" »

Washington Redskins Burning Offseason Questions Part 1

Is Carlos Roger on his way out and is Nnamdi Asomugha destined for Washington in free agency? Free agency is still on hold as the owners and players duke it out in court over the lockout, but it hasn't stopped player movement rumors from dominating NFL conversation. One of the... Continue reading "Washington Redskins Burning Offseason Questions Part 1" »

Washington Redskins Draft Prospect Profile: Jake Locker

It is no secret that the Washington Redskins have a ton of needs heading into this year's draft. If you can name a position, they probably need to improve it. Veteran Donovan McNabb failed to perform up to team standards, and could be on his way out once the lockout... Continue reading "Washington Redskins Draft Prospect Profile: Jake Locker" »

Washington Redskins: Breaking Down Top Quarterback Prospects

The Washington Redskins have found very little success over the last decade or so, and much of that is due to the revolving door of coaches and quarterbacks. The coaching carousel has halted with Mike Shanahan, but the search for a franchise passer lingers on. Donovan McNabb didn't pan out... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: Breaking Down Top Quarterback Prospects" »

Washington Redskins: Draft Priorities Include Passing on Cam Newton

The Washington Redskins have a lot of needs to fill during this offseason, and with free agency in jeopardy because of the CBA, they need to make every pick count in this year's draft. The biggest name in the draft is Cam Newton, and many predictions have the Redskins selecting... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: Draft Priorities Include Passing on Cam Newton" »

Washington Redskins: 5 Players They Could Have Taken in the Second Round of the 2010 NFL Draft

The Washington Redskins finished the 2010-2011 season with a disappointing 6-10 record. Head coach Mike Shanahan, in his first season with the team, failed to improved the team to the level of competition he alluded to in his introductory speech. His offseason actions as head coach and director of player... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: 5 Players They Could Have Taken in the Second Round of the 2010 NFL Draft" »

Washington Redskins: Balancing Free Agency and The Draft

The Washington Redskins are notorious for spending a lot of money on free agents and then sputtering when it comes to draft picks. While teams like the Ravens, Steelers, Patriots, Packers, Giants and Eagles have used the draft to build their teams to contender status, the Redskins remain in the... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: Balancing Free Agency and The Draft" »

Washington Redskins: 10 Draft Prospects and Free Agents to Avoid

The Washington Redskins are in for a long offseason if they are to have any chance at looking somewhat like a real football team next season. They have needs all along both the offensive and defensive lines, they need an outside linebacker, a free safety, a cornerback, a number one... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: 10 Draft Prospects and Free Agents to Avoid" »

Washington Redskins: Too Many Problems For a Quick Fix

The Redskins are a mere shell of what they were 20 years ago and appear less likely to recapture that former glory with each passing year. Mike Shanahan's first year as head coach didn't end the way everyone would have liked, but it isn't entirely his fault. To see what... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: Too Many Problems For a Quick Fix" »

Washington Redskins: 5 Players Who Won't Be Back Next Season

The Washington Redskins closed the 2010-2011 season with a 6-10 record and a ton of question marks surround their roster. Head coach and director of player personnel Mike Shanahan will have his work cut out this offseason with the numerous players he will have to deal with in terms of... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: 5 Players Who Won't Be Back Next Season" »

Ryan Torain Is the Future of the Washington Redskins Offense

There are very few positives that come from a losing season, but the Washington Redskins desperately need something to prove this season was not completely lost. Injuries riddled both the offensive line and offensive backfield, but when healthy, the Redskins ran the Mike Shanahan zone blocking scheme to great success.... Continue reading "Ryan Torain Is the Future of the Washington Redskins Offense" »

Washington Redskins: 5 Players to Bring Back Next Season

The Washington Redskins are in full evaluation mode for the final games of the season and should consider themselves lucky to have a few players worthy of being brought back next season. Here is a look at five of the players the Redskins need to bring back next season, even... Continue reading "Washington Redskins: 5 Players to Bring Back Next Season" »
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