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Washington mixed up its coverages against New York and had success for the better part of three quarters.

In this edition of the Redskins mailbag, the feel-good vibes from Sunday’s win remain, but readers have questions about what's ahead.

The eight-year veteran proves he's still a dynamic target when healthy.



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