The Washington Redskins enter the bye week with a 2-2 record that seems more encouraging than that. What have we learned and what does the future hold?
We’ve seen this team display growth in the last four weeks, and we’ve also seen indications that more growth remains necessary.
They had their chances, and they certainly gave the Chiefs more of a fight than some within Kansas City’s organization admitted after the game. But, ultimately, the Redskins fell short and will look back at this game knowing a few small changes could have produced a different outcome.
Issues with focus and discipline ultimately undo a strong effort on the road.
Pass-catching running back leads Washington in rushing yards, receiving yards and touchdowns.
The Washington Redskins try to improve to 3-1 on the season as they take on the Kansas City Chiefs Monday at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN.
Washington plays its second prime time game in two weeks against the Chiefs.
The Redskins suffer a depth-related blow, but are getting healthy on other fronts. Cousins' baby watch is ending, and Greg Manusky wants more from his defense.
The Chiefs boast an impressive rushing attack to go with a stingy scoring defense.
The Washington wide receiver finally displayed promise that he could offer the it factor that Washington lost when Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson left via free agency last spring.