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WAS-DAL: Five Things To Watch In 2013

Posted by Chris Herting on May 17, 2013 – 3:36 pm


Circle your calendars.

The Redskins will head to Dallas on October 13th for a Week 6, NBC Sunday Night Football (8:30pm), clash before returning home to host Dallas in a Week 16 tilt at FedExField on December 22nd at 1pm (full schedule).

The burgundy and gold hit the bye week early this year in Week 5 which means that the Redskins will face the Cowboys following the bye. Considering that the Redskins are coached my Mike Shanahan and that Shanahan is currently 11-6 in games following bye weeks, there’s positive sign number one.

Remember last season following the Bye Week? It was a 31-6 thrashing of the Philadelphia Eagles and the beginning of a seven game winning streak.

Anyway, here are five things to watch for heading into next year’s matchups against Dallas.

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Meet College Free Agent OT Tevita Stevens

Posted by Chris Herting on May 17, 2013 – 2:40 pm


Meet undrafted college free agent offensive tackle Tevita Stevens. The 6’3” 300 pound product was born in Hemet, Calif. He attended the University of Utah where he starred as a four-year starter at both guard and center.

As a senior, the honorable mention All-Pac-12 recipient started all 12 games and played every snap (746 in total for those counting).

Beyond the field, Stevens excelled in the classroom earning recognition as a four-time academic all-conference player and first-team Academic All-Pac-12 in 2011 and 2012.

However, it might be his journey to the NFL that is the more intriguing story.

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‘Top 100 Players of 2013′: Alfred Morris

Posted by Chris Herting on May 17, 2013 – 10:27 am


Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris, a rookie sixth round draft pick, was a long-shot to start the season. However, when it came time to strap on the pads Week 1 vs. New Orleans he was named the starter and quickly ascended as the team’s No. 1 feature back.

Setting out to prove his critics wrong, the rookie rushed for 1,613 yards on the ground which was good for second in the league behind only Adrian Peterson (NFL MVP). His 13 touchdowns ranked second in the NFL behind only three-time Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro running back Arian Foster.

Named a Pro Bowl alternate, No. 46 stepped up to share the spotlight with fellow rookie and number two overall pick, Robert Griffin III, creating one of the best one-two punch tandems in the league.

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2012 WAS-DAL Rivalry: Top Performers

Posted by Chris Herting on May 17, 2013 – 10:15 am


Yesterday, we previewed the ‘Unsung Heroes’ or six players who we thought escaped the spotlight but deserved recognition for their clutch plays and big time performances in the two games versus Dallas.

Today, we’re looking at the ‘Top Performers’ or players who had, to say the least, incredible games against the rival Cowboys and players who were a big reason why the Redskins swept the season series and earned a playoff berth.

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