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Question of the Day
“It’s about all 11 of us, it ain’t just him,” Hankerson said. “It’s about us staying on the same page, everybody getting on the same page. Everybody putting in the work, that’s going to get the job done.”
The Redskins need to kick it into another gear on offense if they want to get out of this early season funk. After just 75 first-half yards against the Eagles last week, the Redskins finished the game with 382. Against the Packers, the Redskins tallied just 155 yards in the opening half, but finished with 422.
“I don’t think anybody’s playing up to their standards right now and that’s probably why we’re seeing the results that we are,” center Kory Lichtensteiger said. “I’m not worried about Robert not being able to do his job. I think across the line we just need to step it up.”
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