With his 21-carry, 83-yard performance in Washington's 27-24 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, running back Alfred Morris went over the 1,000-yard mark on the season.
Jay Gruden was understandably upbeat and proud of Washington's effort in his postgame press conference Saturday evening.
The Redskins endured a portion of the second half without left tackle Trent Williams because of a right shoulder injury.
With three games left on the schedule, the Washington Redskins will try to end on a respectable note as a face three NFC East opponents, and it starts on Sunday against the hosting New York Giants.
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?
the Rams entered the game with the goal of naturalizing the Pro Bowl back, and they succeeded. Morris carried the ball only eight times and mustered only six yards.
Jay Gruden has a tough call to make on whether to stick with Robert Griffin III, and four more observations from Sunday's loss to the 49ers.
After Alfred Morris's 125-yard day, Coach Jay Gruden concedes that running game must carry Washington’s offense going forward.
Redskins running back Alfred Morris shook off a season's worth of struggles in the second half against Dallas, and credited the improvements to mental adjustments.
After a jog-through practice, players were talking about Robert Griffin III, preparing for two quarterbacks and Alfred Morris's running.