Kelley is averaging just 3.2 yards per carry, an entire yard less than his average last year.

Coach Jay Gruden is hopeful that the ailing offensive line returns “a couple of guys” Sunday against the Vikings.

  • Analysis

Weathering injuries aplenty to sit at 4-4 entering Week 10, the Redskins have several strong candidates for team MVP.

  • Perspective

The Redskins had a vision for their 2017 offense. It hasn’t worked out.

After being one of the NFL’s most prolific offenses the past couple years, this season’s unit has regressed and those problems may linger into the offseason.

To stop the Sunday slides, D.J. Swearinger points Redskins to Wednesday-Friday

Washington safety exhorts teammates to bring championship-level focus to every practice.

Second quarters have been very unkind to the Redskins this season

During the final two minutes of the first halves of games, Washington has been outscored a combined 38-17, giving up the lead three times.

  • Analysis

D.J. Swearinger and Kendall Fuller made important plays to stifle the Seahawks on Sunday.

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Redskins lose two more players to injuries, but left Seattle with plenty of momentum at their backs as they continue a tough stretch.

The Redskins escaped Seattle with a win but did not escape unscathed.

The Redskins have 13 players on their Week 9 injury report and must overcome a depleted offensive line and a pass-catching corps absent Jamison Crowder, Jordan Reed and Niles Paul.

A raft of injuries dominates the story lines as the Redskins (3-4) visit the Seahawks (5-2) in Week 9.

With the wide receiver joining tight end Jordan Reed as “out” for Sunday, Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins will lack two trusted targets.

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