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For the second time this season, a Washington Redskins player has earned NFC special teams player of the week honors.

Washington's three-game win streak hasn't satisfied the fans, so Mike Jones answers all the questions you throw his way.

The Redskins defeated the Baltimore Ravens, 16-10, on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in Week 5. Here’s how the 71 defensive snaps were divided up:

With Washington clinging to a six-point lead, the inside linebacker came through more than once

The running back earned some playing time against the Ravens. Here’s how the 66 offensive snaps were divided up.

As Redskins RB Matt Jones runs hot and cold, rookie Robert Kelley earns chance to share rushing duties

The Washington Redskins edged the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday to improve to 3-2. Here are some things that stood out from the game upon further review.

Safety Duke Ihenacho tripped up tight end Crockett Gillmore to prevent a touchdown on a fake field goal attempt.

Everything you need to know about Redskins-Ravens, plus updates, discussion and key links after kickoff.

The Redskins cornerback was confident, before and after the replay, that Breshad Perriman's catch with 33 seconds left wasn't one.

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