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Redskins Add One To All-NFC East Team

Posted by Andrew Walker on September 19, 2012 – 11:14 am

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One week after placing seven players (at eight positions) on ESPN.com NFC East Blogger Dan Graziano’s weekly All-NFC East Team, the Redskins have a new representative on the list.

Center Will Montgomery is the newcomer on this week’s All-NFC East Team, which is not a week-by-week evaluation, but a reflection of an entire season’s body of work.

Montgomery replaces Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, who was listed on last week’s team.

Here’s all the Redskins on this week’s All-NFC East Team, according to Graziano:

– Quarterback: Robert Griffin III
– Fullback: Darrel Young
– Left tackle: Trent Williams
– Center: Will Montgomery
– Outside linebacker: Ryan Kerrigan
– Cornerback: Josh Wilson
– Kicker: Billy Cundiff
– Punt returner: Brandon Banks

Banks was also listed as Graziano’s representative at kick returner last week, but he’s replaced this week by the New York Giants’ David Wilson.

A notable Redskins player left off this list is defensive end Stephen Bowen, who has been everywhere for Washington through its first two games this season, picking up nine tackles and knocking down three passes. Graziano said Bowen nearly made this week’s list.

Graziano also said he almost made it a clean Redskins sweep at outside linebacker by placing Brian Orakpo in the second spot instead of the Dallas Cowboys DeMarcus Ware.

‘But this is an all-year team, and sadly, Orakpo won’t be making it this year, as this turns out to have been his last chance,” Graziano wrote. “He’s out for the season with a chest muscle injury.”

CHIME IN: What do you think of this week’s All-NFC East Team? Feel free to comment below.

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2 Responses to “Redskins Add One To All-NFC East Team”

  1. By Brent on Sep 19, 2012 | Reply

    So, I made the trip to see my Redskins this last week and got to sit in the second row. The dome made my yell louder and everytime Bradford was close I sensed he could here me along with the other Rams fans in my area. They really started to get on me when Sam took a step back and looked behind him in confusion. I will probably get throat cancer but it was all worth it. What pissed me off was all the extra jawing and pushing going on after every play. I know how it is I used to play and was known to be a dirty player but I wouldn’t at this level with all the cameras pointed on the field. And for Josh Morgan he needs to meditate and find serenity cause who the fuck throws the fucking ball. Hell he saw Steven Jackson get flagged for throwing the damn ball at the ground, the reffs were bad but how the hell you think they were not going to see that shit? I love my Skins so, lesson learned and let’s beet Cincinatti…

  2. By Chris Howie on Sep 19, 2012 | Reply

    I respect the team, but I cannot for the life of me understand how you left London Fletcher off this list? Dude is a top 3 inside linebacker in the game and a card holding member of the AARP. He is one of the main reasons we beat the saints, and killed it against the Rams, especially late. The man never gets the respect he deserves!

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