With only one usable arm after fourth-quarter collision, Washington left tackle Trent Williams refused to remain sidelined against Philadelphia.
When an offensive line or quarterback isn't playing well, there are ways for one to assist the other. For Washington, neither is helping.
Left tackle Trent Williams did not need an MRI exam on his shoulder injury, but he will probably miss Tuesday's practice, if not more.
After Washington's sixth straight loss, Mike Jones highlights bad line play, the multitude of penalties and why bad things (and good days from opposing players) always seem to happen.
The Redskins endured a portion of the second half without left tackle Trent Williams because of a right shoulder injury.
Against the Rams, the offensive line, tight ends and running backs contributed to the lack of success. Do the Giants provide an opportunity to get on track?
Tackle Morgan Moses is headed to the injured reserve list with a lisfranc injury that will require surgery to repair.
Against the Rams, Washington allowed six sacks. They could be pinned on poor blocks from a handful of offensive linemen and running backs.
The Rams have a very good pass rush, which means quick passes and spreading the ball around seem like the best ways to generate offense. We take a look at the numbers and explain how it can be done.
On Sunday against St. Louis, Redskins offensive players expect to have their hands full as they face an aggressive defensive front of the Rams.