It’s that time of the week again to see how you Redskins Blog readers are doing with your psychic skills.
We asked you to vote which Redskins player you thought would shine last Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings in Washington’s third home game of the 2012 season FedExField.
The Redskins won 38-26, which, of course, led to another postgame poll: picking your Most Valuable Redskin of the game.
But first, here’s the results of the first poll of the day:
This one turned out to be a little closer than I thought when we originally posted the poll. Usually, when “Robert Griffin III” is listed as a choice, he’s the runaway winner; but this time around, you Redskins fans showed exactly how closely you’ve been following the team by also giving running back Alfred Morris lots of love.
Anyway, two of the five choices above turned out to be MVR(edskin) candidates after the game. For those who weren’t, here’s how they fared against the Vikings:
– HB Alfred Morris: 16 carries for 47 yards and a touchdown.
– OLB Ryan Kerrigan: 2 tackles
– CB DeAngelo Hall: 7 tackles, 1 interception, 1 pass defensed
And here’s the results of the postgame MVR(edskin) poll, and this one wasn’t close:
I’m guessing you were impressed by Griffin III’s 76-yard touchdown run that put the game away late in the fourth quarter?
Griffin III is very deserving of this recognition by the fans, but I was hoping Lorenzo Alexander would also get a little more love. The guy was everywhere for the Redskins against the Vikings, and is really turning in a Pro Bowl season so far this year.
Thanks again for your participation in the polls — and, of course, you’ll have the same opportunity this weekend as the Redskins take on the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium Sunday afternoon.
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