Well, that’s not how you would want to look in your final dress rehearsal for the regular season if you’re Jay Gruden & Co.
Washington's quarterback showed some development in the pocket against Cleveland, but made a few poor choices as well. Mark Bullock returns to take a closer look.
Mike Jones looks at players whose performances in 2014 will be key to the team's fortunes. Guard Chris Chester is today's subject.
The dust has settled from the NFL Draft, but nothing ever completely settles for the Washington Redskins.
Here’s a rundown of the positions where veterans could find themselves looking over their shoulder because of the addition draft picks or college free agents:
Mike Jones answers readers' questions as the Redskins try to fill out a coaching staff and reshape the roster to Jay Gruden’s liking.
The Outsider takes a look at what pieces a potential new coach might have in place.
New York used a variety of defensive fronts to unleash a defense dedicated to stopping the Redskins running back, which worked but left other runs open.
There were a few standouts against the Giants, some for good reasons and some for not-so-good ones.
A closer look at Kyle Shanahan's counter-moves to the Bears' schemes to slow down Alfred Morris and the run game.