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The Play/Call That Changed Momentum

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 24, 2013 – 2:52 pm

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In the most deflating moment of the Washington Redskins season, the team was snake-bitten by the “Calvin Johnson” rule named after the Detroit Lions’ All-Pro wide receiver. In the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game Aldrick Robinson, who has a history of burning secondaries on the long ball, broke free and caught a beautifully flung Robert Griffin III pass that had the football gods standing endorsement.

For a five-minute span it appeared that the Redskins had finally turned the page on a disappointing start—in similar fashion to his touchdown sprints against the Cowboys and Eagles last year too.

But the elated crowd response was short-lived, as Ed Hochuli ruled that the third-year receiver did not maintain possession of the pigskin all the way through and the ball “was rolling on the ground”.

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Week 3 Power Rankings Roundup

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 24, 2013 – 12:50 pm

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Nothing is more indicative of the Washington Redskins 0-3 start than their steady drop in various power rankings.

Starting the season as a trendy pick and NFC East title shoo-in, the Redskins have been outperformed this season and results have shown.

There are still 13 more games to be played in the regular season, but as it stands now, the Redskins are one of six teams still searching for that meaty taste of victory.

Here is where they rank:

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Weekly Redskins Stat Ranking Update

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 24, 2013 – 11:56 am

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While the only stat that will every mean anything to a Washington Redskin is wins (and a frustrating 0-for has the players’ determination at an all-time high), individual performances count too.

For the remainder of the season, Redskins Blog will keep you up-to-date with how several key players are doing in certain statistical categories along with their NFL ranking.

Similar to leading the offense in the huddle, we trot this week’s update out with quarterback Robert Griffin III leading the way (NFL rank in parenthesis—no not these, the ones below):

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Mike Shanahan On Fans: ‘They’re Our MVP’

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 24, 2013 – 10:37 am

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No matter what the score is at the end of the day, it’s a known fact that Washington Redskins fans will stand pat by their team.

Through thick and think, they prove each and every day that they are the best fans in the world.

While the team has gotten off to its slowest start in 12 years, the fans have continued to bleed burgundy and gold, letting it drip through their social media accounts and at the water cooler in the office kitchen.

‘Only three of the last 115 teams to start a season 0-3 have made the playoffs?  So what, let’s be the fourth.’ has been floated around on radio call ins, tweets and Facebook updates.

Having said that, head coach Mike Shanahan had a special message for you, Redskins faithful, at his press conference yesterday.

YOU deserve the honor of MVP through the first three weeks for always being loud, and proud, about your football team.

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How You Voted: Redskins-Lions

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 24, 2013 – 10:00 am

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It’s that time of the week once again where Redskins Blog fanatics get a chance to see whether or not they have a future career in the physic palm reading business.

Each week we ask you before the game to vote on which player will have the best performance, which unit will shine brightest against the opposition and who took home MV(Redskin) honors.

Last week of course, it was the Detroit Lions. While the Redskins suffered a third straight bitter loss and have stumbled out of the gates early, there were a few standout performances of note, especially those who were on the ballot.

Here are the poll results along with how they performed in the game:

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