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Topic - Armanti Edwards
By the numbers, Sunday's loss was the best performance by the Washington Redskins' pass defense this season. It gave up 201 yards to the Carolina Panthers, 82 on a completion from Cam Newton to Armanti Edwards in the fourth quarter.
The early-season excitement, the euphoria surrounding Robert Griffin III is gone. The Washington Redskins' fast start and unexpected promise has evaporated. Hope that a change was at hand in Mike Shanahan's third season at the helm has disappeared.
A quarter-by-quarter recap of the Redskins' 23-13 loss against the Panthers.
Michigan's miraculous comeback against Notre Dame will go down as one of the most memorable games in college football history.
The last thing Armanti Edwards was worried about as a rookie was throwing passes for the Carolina Panthers. His sole focus, he was told last season, was learning to play wide receiver and return punts, no easy task considering he played quarterback at Appalachian State.
Jerry Moore was struggling at Appalachian State in 2003 and concerned his job was in jeopardy when the football junkie kept watching Utah pile up points late at night on Saturdays with this spread offense perfected by Urban Meyer.
Just when rookie Jimmy Clausen and the Carolina offense finally showed some spark, albeit in another loss, the Panthers were hit with more bad news as Clausen's status for next week is uncertain because of a concussion.
While the winless Carolina Panthers hope rookie quarterback Jimmy Clausen can spark a stagnant offense, it would help if he had more than one receiving option.