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2011 Washington Redskins: Week 6
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Redskins’ starting quarterback is pulled in favor of John Beck after throwing four interceptions, and the offense takes further hit with injuries to Chris Cooley, Trent Williams and Kory Lichtensteiger.
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Washington boosts its record to 3-1 with a win over St. Louis.
Week 6 blog posts
Redskins’ coach won’t announce his team’s starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Panthers until Wednesday, but said he has confidence in both Rex Grossman and John Beck
Along with a renewed quarterback controversy, the Redskins must decide how to replace two injured starters on their offensive line.
Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan sounded resigned to being without tight end Chris Cooley for a significant period of time.
Go team. Go John. Go offense. Go Skins. Root root root. Yay boys.
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POLL | On Wednesday, Coach Mike Shanahan will reveal whether Rex Grossman or John Beck will start against the Panthers. Who would you choose?
Former Washington Post columnist can still make Washington Post headlines by saying outlandish things on local radio shows.
Coach Mike Shanahan says he has not made his decision yet and is consulting with coaches. Tight end Chris Cooley will have surgery Wednesday. Guard Kory Lichtensteiger is lost for the season.
Two Redskins offensive players grew impressive mustaches last week. Both got hurt against the Eagles. No more mustaches, guys.
Redskins’ wide receiver says it’s too early for Coach Mike Shanahan to make a quarterback change.
With starting left tackle Trent Williams almost certainly out with a high ankle sprain, don’t expect right tackle Jammal Brown – a former Pro Bowl left tackle – to switch to the left side.
Sunday’s game was a great example of why pros should never make predictions to the media.
John Beck’s mobility gives the Redskins a better chance behind a battered offensive line. But if he struggles, Rex Grossman could return.
After getting three interceptions, Eagles defensive back says he was ‘having a great time reading Rex.’
Washington owner says his marketing background offered ‘a distinct advantage’ in strengthening the Redskins franchise.
Vick pass bounces off Barry Cofield’s helmet, leads to interception. His five deflections lead the NFL among linemen.
Starting tight end leads team with 95 yards receiving
Redskins tight end said he could have helped prevent two of his quarterback’s four picks on Sunday.
On his radio show, the ex-Redskins great says Mike Shanahan ‘has managed to turn this thing backwards.’
The free safety finally got his first takeaway as a Redskin on Sunday against the Eagles, intercepting a Michael Vick pass at the 1-yard line.
The result on the field may have been miserable, but the Redskins at least had some high-powered celebrity fans.
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