The defensive coordinator said last week's miscues came with the Redskins in simple coverages installed in training camp, but there were disconnects anyway.
On long touchdowns and even on one of their interceptions, Washington's defense seemed to have players duplicating assignments, not knowing the defense called or miscommunicating. Take a look.
Any hope of the Redskins pulling off a late-season surge and posting a .500 record has now been lost. Washington fell to 3-9 with a 49-27 thrashing at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts.
Starting cornerback David Amerson will return to lineup Sunday, but E.J. Biggers’ status in doubt as Washington girds for Andrew Luck, Colts’ prolific receivers.
After missing last week’s game at San Francisco, Pro Bowl left tackle hopes to return to lineup at Indianapolis on Sunday.
Some of the rookie defensive back's big plays were obvious, but he put in some more subtle efforts that changed the game as well. Here's a look at all of it.
In locker room after the win, players heap praise on rookie cornerback Bashaud Breeland and quarterback Colt McCoy for gritty performances.
These teams find themselves at opposite ends of the spectrum as they approach the midway point of the season.
The Redskins will feel the absence of top cornerback DeAngelo Hall Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys and Dez Bryant.
Left tackle Trent Williams did not practice for the Redskins on Wednesday, nor did free safety Ryan Clark, cornerback Tracy Porter and linebacker Akeem Jordan.