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Coach’s Turn: Mike Shanahan At The Mic

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 16, 2013 – 3:03 pm

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Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan addressed the media this afternoon at team headquarters after a second straight disappointing game, hampered this time by ineffectiveness to move the ball on offense and being completely vexed by Aaron Rodgers and the aerial attack.

In total, his team was outgained in yards (580 to 422), first downs (28 to 18), time of possession (32:29 to 27:31) and ultimately the most important category–points.

Despite having the same core as last year’s 10-6, NFC East winning squad and the return of beast linebacker Brian Orakpo, things seem unusually out of sync for a team that dominated on the ground last season and were as opportunistic as any on the defensive side of the ball.

Answers to the problems started getting addressed at this afternoon’s press conference. Here’s all that Shanahan had to say starting with a video of the entire Q and A:

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Cheerleaders Point Out Healthy Living Tips

Posted by Redskins.com on September 16, 2013 – 12:52 pm

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Hey Redkins Fans!

It’s Lauren and Adrienne and we’re here to welcome you to the start of another wonderful season of Washington Redskins football. As the season is heating up, summer winds down, school is beginning again, and everyone starts getting busier than usual! Despite how crazy, hectic, and stressed all of our lives can be it’s important to always remain balanced in all aspects of your life. As professional cheerleaders, we not only need to find time for each and every game, practice, promotional event and the like for Washington Redskins Cheerleaders (WRC), but also find time to juggle our careers, family, friends, health, and everything in between. Needless to say, it’s quite the balancing act.

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Monday Morning Rewind And Regroup

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 16, 2013 – 12:39 pm

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Okay so the season has gotten off to a less than ideal start plagued by slow out of the gate performances on the offensive side of the pigskin and unsatisfactory defensive performances, especially after allowing the Packers offense to gain 580 yards of total offense. Questions will continue to linger throughout the week as to what exactly is the culprit to the untimely struggles.

Robert Griffin III, who played in his first road game since an offseason recovery from knee surgery, had another up and down day, as the majority of his 320 yards came in the second half when the Packers lead extended to 30-plus points.

“I think we’ve had sloppy execution these first two games in general and we picked it up in the second half,” Griffin III said after the game. That’s a good sign but you have to play that way the whole game.”

Still though, he looked effective during the third and fourth quarters throwing for three touchdowns and at least giving the burgundy and gold a brief glimmer of hope.

Alfred Morris bounced back from his two fumble, Week 1 performance with a 100-yard effort, but the offense had to abandon his ground efforts in the fourth quarter.

Weeding through the disappointing start however, there were a few individual performances of note yesterday (thanks to Redskins Public Relations for compiling some of these):

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Week 2 Highlights: Redskins-Packers

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 16, 2013 – 9:58 am

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Yesterday’s bitter loss to the Green Bay Packers was almost a duplicate of the season opening loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, as the Redskins dug themselves a 24-point halftime hole that was too much to overcome in the waning minutes. The Redskins scored the 20 of the last 27 second half points to include a beautiful toe-dragging touchdown catch by Santana Moss, reminiscent of his catch against the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving last year.

Unfortunately the combination of early offensive struggles (entered Packers territory only twice in the first half), penalties and Aaron Rodger’s effectiveness against a banged up, new-look defense was too much to conquer on this day.

Anyway, here are some highlights starting with tight end Jordan Reed securing his first career NFL touchdown:

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Reaction To Frustrating Start To Season

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 16, 2013 – 9:25 am

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The Washington Redskins season has gotten off to a rough start, as they have fallen behind early in each game and haven’t been able to complete comeback attempts before the final whistle blows.

As Robert Griffin III admitted yesterday during his postgame interview, there isn’t exactly a pinpointable reason behind the early game struggles, but they will work at getting things back on track because “it isn’t who we are as a team”.

The offense couldn’t keep the defensive off the field against the quick-strike Packers, converting on only three third down attempts and losing the time of possession battle by nearly five minutes (the final number doesn’t symbolize the Packers offense’s stand on the field as they also ran 12 more plays than the Redskins).

The players reacted on Twitter last night after the loss to vent their frustrations, but refuse to throw in the towel after only two games.

Quarterback Robert Griffin III:

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