October 25, 2020

DSP’s Washington Redskins Postgame Show: Week 2 Jacksonville Jaguars

Dave Nichols and Andy Holmes discuss the Washington Redskins 41-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Robert Griffin III injury.

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Washington Redskins Game 2 Review: Redskins beat Jaguars, lose Robert Griffin III


The Washington Redskins had little trouble taking care of business against the Jacksonville Jaguars, winning easily, 41-10. Unfortunately, it came at a cost, as Robert Griffin III exited the game in the first quarter with a left ankle injury and Desean Jackson injured his shoulder. Neither returned to the game.

Kirk Cousins took over for the injured Griffin and hit his first 12 passes, finishing 22 of 33 for 250 yards and two touchdowns. [Read more…]

Washington Redskins Week 2 Preview: Jacksonville Jaguars

The Washington Redskins will look to improve up on their 0-1 start to the season against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at FedEx Field, 1 pm.  While the Redskins are looking to bounce back from a game where they showed very little, the Jaguars are hoping to build upon a performance where they found themselves up 17-o at halftime to the Philadelphia Eagles.  Things deteriorated quickly for Jacksonville, however, and they surrendered 24 second half points to fall to Philadelphia.

These are not the Jacksonville Jaguars of old.  Over the past decade, the team has been marred by underperforming talent, low attendance and TV ratings, and threats of moving the team to either London or Los Angeles, albeit outside threats.  Owner Shahid Khan has consistently shown renewed commitment to the Jacksonville area and the loyal fan base, and it may start to pay off in the coming year. [Read more…]

Washington Redskins Week 1 Recap: Frustrating season-opening loss to Houston Texans

The Washington Redskins lost their season opener against the Houston Texans, 17-6, with an extremely frustrating performance with several missed opportunities. Despite new coach Jay Gruden calling the shots, things looked exactly the same as Mike Shanahan’s team in 2013, when the special teams were atrocious, the offense turned the ball over, and Robert Griffin ended up on his back every other play.

The defense played well against a mediocre Texans offense early, but whether they got tired or lost focus, they could not get the critical stops at the end of the game. The Redskins lost their edge on the defensive side of the ball when Bacarri Rambo got turned around in coverage allowing DeAndre Hopkins to score on a 76-yard catch-and-run. [Read more…]

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