The Redskins' second-year quarterback acknowledges that he needs to get hit less often.
By Kent Babb
November 13, 2013
When the Robert Griffin III made his comeback from the reconstruction of his right knee, the Philadelphia Eagles represented the first live action that he faced since last January’s season-ending loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Throughout the season, the Redskins defense has struggled to stop the quick-hitter passing attack.
Second-year quarterback is thriving in Chip Kelly's offensive system, with 16 touchdown passes and no interceptions this season.
Their long weekend complete, the Washington Redskins will get back to work today and begin preparation for next Sunday’s game at Philadelphia.
Redskins offensive coordinator says college-style plays are "not shocking people" like they did last season, when it was "easy at times" for offenses.
The defensive coordinator didn't want to talk about the failures in the Eagles game, and praised the play of E.J. Biggers, a cornerback who started at safety.
According to defensive lineman, Redskins' miscues--not the Eagles' offensive system--were the issue Monday night.
The tumultuous start to the season for Robert Griffin III and sidekick Alfred Morris proved alarming on Monday night, but could pay off in the long run, former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason believes.
Wide receiver Santana Moss says there isn't much the Redskins can do except forget about the loss to the Eagles and move forward.