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A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins’ offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 28-14 win over the New York Giants.
Rex Grossman showed some of the form that made him the 2001 Heisman Trophy runner-up, overcoming a rocky start to pass for 305 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Redskins' victory over division rival New York.
Jabar Gaffney had seen this Rex Grossman before. The two of them were on top of the college football world at the University of Florida back in 2001. Grossman-to-Gaffney was one of the nastiest quarterback-receiver combinations in the country.
Losing can become a habit. It certainly has for the Washington Redskins as far as the New York Giants are concerned. In recent years, the Giants have been the lock without a key, the puzzle without a solution, the cigarette and the blindfold.
Finally, the Washington Redskins know who their starting quarterback will be Sunday when they open the season against the New York Giants. Now it's a matter of who will catch the ball.
My observations, analysis and conclusions about the Washington Redskins' offense after re-watching their 34-31 preseason loss to the Baltimore Ravens using the TV broadcast:
My observations, analysis and conclusions about the Washington Redskins' offense after re-watching their 16-3 preseason victory over the Indianapolis Colts using the TV broadcast:
Quarterback Donovan McNabb remained a member of the Washington Redskins on Wednesday afternoon while the team continued reshaping its roster.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley had a gambling problem and was deep in debt when he committed suicide on Sept. 21, friends and family told authorities during a probe into his death.