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Reared in hard-scrabble South Carolina towns 110 miles apart, Redskins starting cornerbacks relish playing from "behind the eight-ball."

After slow start, third-round pick impressing coaches with skills and smarts.

The Redskins' coordinator varied up the calls in key three-play stretch late in the game, part of an overall defensive improvement.

In today’s mailbag, we take a look at the use of some players, coaching strategies, reasons for the improvements seen during this four-game win streak, and more.

Duke Ihenacho received the start, but Donte Whitner finished with more snaps in Washington's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Bashaud Breeland has missed two games because of an ankle injury, but he was a limited participant on Tuesday.

The Redskins' linebacker was forced to miss Sunday's game in Baltimore.

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

Redskins Coach Jay Gruden optimistic cornerback Bashaud Breeland will be ready for Sunday’s game against Philadelphia.

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