Sunday's game against the Bucs played out worse than most would have imagined: A 20-point home loss, coming off a bye, to 1-8 team. Mike Jones assesses the damage.
After Tampa defensive line’s six-sack performance, defensive end Gerald McCoy points to Robert Griffin III’s tendency to hold onto the ball.
Jason Hatcher struggled to put into words the frustration he felt following Washington's 27-7 loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday. The limited comments that he did give were pretty strong, however.
Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams sprained the medial collateral ligament in his right knee and will have an MRI exam on it on Monday morning. Williams also sprained his right ankle.
Coach Jay Gruden also said the Redskins didn't give the home crowd anything to cheer about.
With WR Leonard Hankerson and TE Logan Paulsen healthy enough to play, veteran Santana Moss returns to inactive list.
It's been two weeks since Washington's 29-26 loss at Minnesota, and the team is eager to get back on the field, this time against Tampa Bay.
A frequently-updating roundup of everything happening around Redskins vs. Bucs from long before kickoff through game's end.
The Washington Redskins officially return to action today against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Here are some notes and connections between the teams.
Gerald McCoy, the Bucs' 6-foot-4, 300-pound defensive tackle, is among the best in the NFL at putting pressure on the quarterback, and the Redskins are figuring out how to counteract that.