Although they are now 3-7 with a formidable final slate of games ahead, coach Jay Gruden said his approach will not change.
The Redskins hoped Robert Griffin III could gradually progress, but instead, he took steps backward on Sunday.
Coach Jay Gruden also said the Redskins didn't give the home crowd anything to cheer about.
The head coach and defensive coordinator say turnovers win games, and challenge the team to get their minus-9 margin down to zero.
After reviewing the first half of the season, Gruden believes a turnaround lies within reach.
Quarterback, who has played in just more than two games this season, took no offense to Jay Gruden’s statement that “the jury is still out” on the Redskins' quarterback.
Jay Gruden says defensive lineman Jason Hatcher is playing well and giving good effort, but when a team is 3-6, it needs a little bit more from everybody.
Jay Gruden said he was encouraged by what he saw from Robert Griffin III but he admitted serious questions remain about the quarterbacks.
Washington's head coach stands by his defensive coordinator, saying that breakdowns against the Vikings were execution-related.
Redskins Coach Jay Gruden sees no point in delaying Griffin’s return now that he’s healthy.