Meanwhile, even with tight end Jimmy Graham presenting matchup nightmares, Brees couldn’t get comfortable. New Orleans committed seven penalties costing 55 yards just on offense, just one part of a long day.
“When you make that many mistakes, you don’t deserve to win,” Brees said.
That was the Redskins‘ plan.
“We made sure that as a defensive secondary, we weren’t going to let our guy beat us,” cornerback Josh Wilson said. “Every man steps up, took care of their guy in the secondary and we came out of here with a ‘W.’”
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