Unless we find our offensive stride soon, this could be a low scoring affair. I worry about a master DC like Phillips and the gameplan for KC, especially after seeing how the Fecals Dline were in our backfield all day last weekend. Hopefully Gruden and KC have prepared for that. Of course, as good as a game plan is, still takes players to implement it properly.
I look forward to seeing a lot of things this weekend. Improved Oline performance? Improved ground game? Does Doctson play, and if so is he targeted? Can Pryor make as many catches as he drops? And will our Defense continue to improve and gel?
Here's to a Redskins WIN!
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Post by SkinsFan67 on Sept 17, 2017 13:19:32 GMT -5
Watching the 1st half of the Eagles/Chiefs game, and maybe our Offense isn't as bad as it looked last week. The Eagles D has looked nasty and not letting Smith and Co do much of anything. Constant pressure up front and multiple sacks on Smith who is pretty athletic and good at getting out of trouble.
Redskins inactives: RB Mack Brown, TE Jeremy Sprinkle, DE Anthony Lanier, CB Josh Holsey, LB Josh Harvey-Clemons, OL Tyler Catalina, and OL T.J. Clemmings.
Traded Kendall Fuller & 3rd round pick (no other team offered more than a 2nd). Signed to 4 year $24m py extension with $71m gtd (no other team offered an ext) 2018 rankings FO DYAR - 27th, FO DVOA - 27th, QBR 85.7 (27th), Adj QB rating - 50.3 (25th) and the list goes on Thats inferior to - Mullins, Winston, Fitzpatrick, Keenum, Dalton, Flacco, Carr, Manning - all paid less.