Here are five things that stood out to Mike Jones after an evening to reflect on the Redskins' 37-34 loss in Philadelphia.
It wasn't quite the Body Bag Game of 1990, but the injuries mounted Sunday and Redskins emerged with uncertainty looming over a number of players.
Postgame quotes from the Redskins coach after the 37-34 loss in Philadelphia.
Redskins defenders prepare for the pace and style of Philadelphia's league-leading offense, but try not to overthink it, either.
Before the afternoon practice and spate of blog posts, Mike Jones takes on you a brief tour of what players were talking about in the locker room in Ashburn.
The Jacksonville victory should be a building point, Redskins leaders said, not a source of satisfaction.
With their ranks thinned by injury, Washington's starting defensive linemen likely will have to shoulder a heavier load than usual on Sunday.
With Barry Cofield and Chris Neild out, and Kedric Golston in doubt, it'll be up to Jason Hatcher, Chris Baker and Jarvis Jenkins to lead the line on Sunday.
Coaches are confident that Chris Baker can handle the move from defensive end to nose tackle. But the whole line must raise its level of play, defensive end Jason Hatcher says.
In his first game for Washington, the defensive lineman delivered an impact against both the run and pass. Here's a closer look.