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Hall Credited With Blocked Field Goal

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 14, 2012 – 4:03 pm

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A review of the Nov. 4 Washington Redskins-Carolina Panthers game by the league and Elias Sports Bureau has parlayed into a blocked field goal for Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall.

The play was originally labeled simply as a missed field goal by Panthers kicker Justin Medlock.
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#CARvsWAS: Fourth Quarter Conclusions

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 4, 2012 – 4:15 pm

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The Washington Redskins could’ve went into the Bye Week with a little momentum with a win against a Carolina Panthers team that had just one win entering today’s game.

Instead, it was the Panthers who played like the superior team at FedExField, as they defeated the Redskins 21-13 in front of 79,767 fans at FedExField.

The Panthers’ first drive of the fourth quarter was a microcosm of the Redskins’ problems thus far.

On the first play, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton found wide receiver Armanti Edwards wide open for an 82-yard reception to the Washington 9-yard line. Two plays later, cornerback Josh Wilson was flagged for pass interference in the end zone on receiver Steve Smith, setting the ball at the Washington 1-yard line. Newton did it all from there, running into the end zone for the touchdown, and blew a kiss to the Redskins fans in the process.

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#CARvsWSH: Third Quarter Thoughts

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 4, 2012 – 3:17 pm

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The Washington Redskins received the kickoff to begin the second half of today’s game against the Carolina Panthers.

They found success early in their drive by running the ball with Alfred Morris, but on a 2nd and 10 play, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III appeared to have found tight end Logan Paulsen for a diving catch and a first down. Carolina challenged the catch, and after review, the referees ruled the ball had hit the ground in the process of Paulsen’s catch. On 3rd and 10, Griffin III was sacked for a loss of seven yards, setting up a 49-yard punt by Sav Rocca that set up the Panthers at their own 17-yard line.

The Panthers faced a 3rd and 4 from their 23 when quarterback Cam Newton’s pass to tight end Greg Olsen was dropped. With the score at 14-3 and the Redskins’ offense struggling to move the ball consistently to this point, it was key for the Washington defense to force a three-and-out.

The Redskins’ ensuing drive began with a 25-yard pass to receiver Leonard Hankerson — his first catch of the game. The next play was a nine-yard rush by Griffin III, who slid to safety before being hit. They converted the first down on the next play, when Griffin III took an option keeper, but pitched with two hands to receiver Joshua Morgan a nine-yard gain. The drive continued into Panthers’ territory when Griffin III dropped back to pass, but was flushed out of the pocket and took off for a six-yard gain.

After an illegal block call on tight end Chris Cooley, Griffin III found tight end Niles Paul for a 22-yard pass-and-catch — a throw that went through a very tight window. Paul showed off some nice hands on the play, too.

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#CARvsWSH: Halftime Summations

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 4, 2012 – 2:24 pm

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The second quarter of today’s game between the Washington Redskins and the Carolina Panthers began with the Redskins in the midst of their second drive of the game and trailing 7-3.

They found success running the ball in that drive — as they have the entire season. Running back Alfred Morris ripped off runs of four, nine and 12 yards to begin the quarter to get the ball to the Washington 40. On the next play, receiver Joshua Morgan was ruled defenseless as Carolina Panthers safety Haruki Nakamura broke up a Robert Griffin III pass, putting the ball in Panthers’ territory. It was the second personal foul called on the Panthers this game.

Two plays later, the Redskins faced a 3rd and 5, but they were called for a false start — their second of the drive. On 3rd and 10 from the Carolina 45, Griffin III ran for seven yards to the Carolina 38-yard line, but they elected to go for it on 4th and 3.

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#CARvsWSH: First Quarter Recollections

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 4, 2012 – 1:38 pm

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The Homecoming festivities today on the Washington Redskins’ 80th Anniversary could merit its own special day of events and appearances.

But the Washington Redskins like to do things big, so fans were treated to the ceremonies prior to today’s game against the Carolina Panthers.

But on to the game.

The Panthers received the opening kickoff , which was downed in the FedExField end zone. On their very first play, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton found tight end Gary Barnidge for 13-yards and a first down, as their initial drive got off to a quick start.

But that drive ended seven plays later when the Panthers, who faced a 3rd and 8 from the Washington 37-yard line, were unable to convert on a bounced throw from Newton to tight end Greg Olsen.

The Redskins began their initial drive at their own 3-yard line after a great punt by Brad Nortman.

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: ‘Skins Take The Field

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 4, 2012 – 12:38 pm

Several awesome moments have unraveled at today’s Redskins 80th Anniversary Homecoming festivities, but none of which has been better so far than Pedro “Pete” Taylor, Sean Taylor’s father, joining the Redskins defensive backs and safeties in their pre-game ritual prior to taking the field.

Sean Taylor is one of the “10 For 80″ honorees being celebrated today as one of the 80 Greatest Redskins of All-Time.

Also included in the video above are two cool exchanges — one between tight end Chris Cooley and “10 For 80″ honoree LaVar Arrington, and another between Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and “10 For 80″ honoree Clinton Portis.

Also included is linebacker London Fletcher’s pre-game speech.

Enjoy.


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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Griffin III Warms Up

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 4, 2012 – 11:52 am

Today’s Week 9 matchup between the Washington Redskins and the Carolina Panthers is upon us.

Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III has been getting in a good workout today on the FedExField turf, and he also exchanged a few words with Panthers quarterback Cam Newton — a rookie phenom himself just a year ago.

Also included in the video is tight end Chris Cooley getting in his route-running and catching drills prior to the game — his first home game since early last season.


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Instagram Gallery: ‘Skins Warm Up

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 4, 2012 – 11:42 am

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Here’s several photos of today’s Redskins Alumni Homecoming as well as the current team warming up for today’s game vs. the Carolina Panthers.

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VIDEO: Cheerleaders Warm Up On Field

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 4, 2012 – 9:31 am

Video courtesy of Redskins.com intern Daniel Zimmet.


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Help Us Beat The Panthers Off The Field!

Posted by Andrew Walker on November 3, 2012 – 10:13 am

You can bet that the Washington Redskins will stop at nothing to get a win tomorrow against the Carolina Panthers on Homecoming Weekend at FedExField.

But you Redskins fans also have the opportunity to show your dominance over the Panthers fans this weekend.

The two teams are taking part in a “Social Showdown,” which gives the fanbases the opportunity to tweet or post Instagram photos to show their team pride.

Here’s how to get involved:

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