The Washington Redskins used a seven-game winning streak last season to turn a 3-6 record into a 10-6 mark and a division title.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall says more consistency is needed this season.
â€śI donâ€™t even think a lot of people are picking us to even be competitive, with RG being hurt and a lot of other question marks around us,â€ť Hall said Wednesday. â€śSo weâ€™re just gonna take it one game at a time. We know we can go out there and beat any team in the National Football League. Weâ€™ve just got to be consistent in doing it. Thatâ€™s what weâ€™ve been trying to harp on to a lot of our guys on this team.
â€śWe know we can beat Baltimore, who won the Super Bowl. We can beat all these teams in the playoffs. We were in the playoffs as well. But weâ€™ve got to do it consistently. Weâ€™ve got to go out and do it week in and week out, not just on the back half of the season or certain stretches throughout the season. Weâ€™ve got to go out there and do it through the course of 16 games and into the playoffs.â€ť
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