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Sometimes, the game must go on.
They were two words on a sponsor's banner draped behind the Philadelphia Eagles' postgame podium: Imagine. Change.
DeAngelo Williams was not pleased when he learned that the Carolina Panthers were deemed the Washington Redskins' "homecoming" opponent.
It wasn't supposed to be like this. In the third year of Mike Shanahan's tenure, he thought he had assembled a strong supporting cast around a budding star quarterback. Instead, after the Redskins' 21-13 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, the postgame conversation — with seven games remaining, mind you — centered on evaluating for next season.
There is one thing the Washington Redskins do better than any other team in the NFL.
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.
Understanding the reality of where his Washington Redskins are after eight weeks, coach Mike Shanahan on Monday busted out the phrase that players agreed best describes the upcoming game against the Carolina Panthers: "I think everybody knows that it's a must-win game," he said.
Washington Redskins receiver Aldrick Robinson will get more playing time beginning with this Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers, coach Mike Shanahan said this week. Robinson injects some speed into an offense that is without No. 1 'X' receiver Pierre Garcon and athletic tight end Fred Davis because of injuries.
Sunday we get Robert Griffin III and Cam Newton. Two Sundays later, after the bye week, we get RG3 and Michael Vick (Andy Reid willing). Life is good, no?