There’s really no way to sugarcoat just how disastrous the start of this season has been for the Redskins. An 0–4 start in which three of those loses were against a division rival is just about as lowly as it gets for a franchise that has specialized in reaching new lows since the 2000s. With this in mind, it’s time to adjust any expectations you may have had going into the year.
It appears that everyone wants to see a Dwayne Haskins/Daniel Jones Week 4 battle this weekend after Jones led the Giants to an unbelievable 18-point comeback in his starting debut against the Buccaneers. Well, everyone except Jay Gruden. Continue reading “If now is not the time to start Haskins, when is?”
The Redskins have another tough divisional foe in the Dallas Cowboys this week after last week’s 32–27 loss to the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. This week’s matchup will be at home for the Redskins, who are looking to avoid an 0–2 hole to start the season. Here are the team’s biggest questions going into their matchup with the Cowboys. Continue reading “Key questions going into Washington’s Week 2 matchup with Dallas”
The Redskins jumped out to a quick lead over the Eagles in Sunday’s season opener, but sputtered in both side of the ball in the second half. As such, Washington’s successes and shortcomings followed a similar progression.
Continue reading “The good, the bad, and the ugly from the Redskins’ Week 1 loss”
With preseason coming to an end, and a plethora of questions surrounding the ceiling (or floor, whichever you prefer) of this team, I will attempt to tackle one of the bigger questions: who survives final cuts? Continue reading “Predicting the Washington Redskins’ Week 1 Roster”