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'All of a sudden now everybody is riding with the Redskins again,' linebacker Brian Orakpo says.

Mark Bullock examines how the Redskins used three tight-end sets to run the ball, then threw the Chargers off by shifting to empty backfield from the same personnel group.

  • Mark Bullock
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  • Nov 6, 2013
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Safety was coming off a suspension for illegal hits.

With his team still waiting for a player to establish himself as a consistent pass-catching threat opposite Pierre Garcon, third-year wide receiver Leonard Hankerson on Sunday turned in one of the better performances of his career as the Redskins defeated the Chargers.

Hall of Fame cornerback Darrell Green sang Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall's praises and believes that Hall is just now tapping into his full potential.

Pierre Garcon, one week after he voiced his frustrations with the offense, had a big day and drew praise for it.

A look at how the option opened up big plays for the Redskins, and how each position group performed against the Chargers.

  • Mark Bullock
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  • Nov 4, 2013
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The Redskins get a much-needed win in a game that basically, Washington could not afford to lose.

A week after enduring one of the worst performances of his career, Robert Griffin III rebounded against the Chargers.

A pair of blocked field goals proved perplexing to place kicker Kai Forbath.

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