The Redskins are looking better on both sides of the ball. They missed a lot of tackles on defense though in the first half and seemed to throw the ball a lot more than I thought they would against the Detroit Lions defense. RGIII is running more than he did first two games. Nice to see the Redskins rolling him out allowing him to extend plays. Redskins have converted some 3rd down conversions in the first half which is good to see.
One thing to note. Where is the Redskins marching band at halftime? Instead we’re stuck with Lou Holder & Rick ‘Doc’ Walker reviewing the first half and keys for second. The Redskins organization need to do better at halftime.
Let’s hope the second half is better than the first:
‘Captain’ Kirk Cousins got hurt and the good Rex Grossman showed up in relief. Our D played well too. Like how the Redskins moved Ryan Kerrigan around in different situations on D. Hope they’re not showing too much of this for future opponents.
As a fan, I would like to see this young man’s awesome speed put to more use in the upcoming season – more than just running deep routes like he did last year. What about you?
Via The Insider
RICHMOND — All eyes have been on Robert Griffin III this training camp as he works his way back from knee surgery. But asked which player has stood out the most to him through four practices, Griffin said wide receiver Aldrick Robinson.
After a season on the practice squad, Robinson made Washington’s 53-man roster last year, recording 11 catches for 237 yards and three touchdowns. Robinson (a sixth-round pick in 2011 out of Southern Methodist) was used primarily as a spot-duty deep threat last season. This year, he aims to take the next step forward in his development, and become a regular contributor.
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