Redskins–Seahawks film review: Defense

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Against six or more rushers, Jackson was 1-of-5 for 7 yards and two sacks.


Kickoff coverage usually is one of the Redskins‘ strong suits, but it wasn’t on Sunday. Leon Washington returned the kickoff after the Redskins‘ first touchdown 35 yards. Rob Jackson was blocked to the ground on that play, and he took out Lorenzo Alexander and Darrel Young as he went flying. That opened a wide lane up the middle for Washington.

On Washington’s 51-yard return to begin the second half, FB Michael Robinson blocked Alexander off his line and onto the ground. Washington then juked his way past WR Anthony Armstrong and raced upfield as WR Terrence Austin was sealed to the outside.

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