Redskins Best Ever Poll Series: Offensive Tackle

Redskins Best Ever Poll Series:  Offensive Tackle

The Redskins Best Ever Offensive Tackle is next up in our Redskins Best Ever poll series. The polls will run for one week. You can vote on our Main Page poll and in our Redskins Community. To see the Best Ever poll series results thus far, link here to our our Best Ever Series Page.   One thing you will see with Offensive Tackle is that Washington has been blessed over the years with some outstanding Tackles. Here…

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Redskins drop a bit in latest NFL Power Rankings for Week 13

Redskins drop a bit in latest NFL Power Rankings for Week 13

Our Redskins NFL Power Rankings table has been updated.  You can link to 30 different NFL Power Rankings all in one spot, right here. The Redskins did have an average drop this week, following the Thanksgiving 30-26 loss tot he Dallas Cowboys.  Of all the Power Polls, the best Redskins ranking comes from Walter Football, who has the Redskins ranked 6th overall, down 1 spot from last week.  The worst ranking comes from Pro Football…

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Redskins place Josh Doctson on IR

Redskins place Josh Doctson on IR

It was only a matter of time.  First round pick WR Josh Doctson has been inactive since week two.  He has been hobbled by Achilles soreness that hampered him all through training camp and preseason.  The Redskins placed Doctson on IR, in which he will be eligible to return by week fifteen. To replace Doctson’s roster spot, the Redskins activated WR Maurice Harris from the practice squad.  Harris actually was impressive in training camp. The…

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Redskins Thumbs Up Thumbs Down (Week Three)

Redskins Thumbs Up Thumbs Down (Week Three)

What a game.  That is what you expect in the NFC East. The Washington Redskins fell to the Philadelphia Eagles 37-34 in Philadelphia, but the Redskins were competitive, played well, and moved the football.  They held a 10 point lead, at 17-7, early in the game, but allowed Philadelphia to creep back.  Once agin, the difference in winning and losing for Washington can be laid at the feet of special teams. THUMBS UP WR Pierre…

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Redskins make more roster reductions

Redskins make more roster reductions

The Washington Redskins made three more roster cuts to get down to the NFL mandated 75 players on the roster.  For roster cuts prior to today, you can read our article here or simply track roster transactions on our right side bar. Today, the Redskins released WR Rashad Ross, TE Matt Veldman and OL Mike McGlynn.  Neither Ross or Veldman had a realistic chance to crack the 53 man roster.  McGlynn was more of a…

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Redskins special teams still a work in progress

Redskins special teams still a work in progress

The Washington Redskins are still in the progress of overhauling a special teams unit that performed horribly in 2013. The only announced decision at this point is that LB Adam Hayward was named special teams captain in the preseason opener. Other than that, all bets are on. In the return game, WR Rashad Ross has been returning kicks and WR Andre Roberts and WR Santana Moss have been returning punts. It’s a pretty forgone conclusion…

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Redskins Off-Season Calendar is here

Redskins Off-Season Calendar is here

The NFL has released the off-season calendar for all 32 NFL teams.  As for the Washington Redskins, they will be permitted to begin off-season workouts on Monday, joining six pother teams that can begin that early.  The seven teams that had head coaching changes begin off-seasons earlier than the rest of the NFL. Teams can begin on Monday April 7.  Washington will do so because of the head coaching change.  Word has come down as…

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Redskins Midseason Report Card: Offense & Coaches

Redskins Midseason Report Card: Offense & Coaches

DISCUSS THIS IN THE DC PRO SPORTS REDDIT! The Redskins have played eight games, half the regular season. While the first three games were a complete disaster, the team seems to have righted the ship a bit in the last five weeks. Let’s take a look at how each position — and the major players at each position — have done so far this season. We will do the defense and special teams in part…

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Notes on the Redskins Cuts

Notes on the Redskins Cuts

Few thoughts on the Redskins roster reductions. First, many were surprised at the release of CB Chase Minnifield. Understandably so. Minnifield has a ton of raw talent. However, it is just that, raw talent. Minnifield had a few hiccups in the final two preseason games, allowing receivers to get behind him. That can lead to big plays, which Jim Haslett wants to avoid. Then Redskins instead chose to keep CB Jerome Murphy,who was more consistent…

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