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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Josh Morgan
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It was a comeback performance lost in another galling defeat. Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan rebounded from being benched last week against the Philadelphia Eagles with a season-high five receptions for 45 yards. But it was tough to enjoy it after a humbling 27-6 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night at FedEx Field.
The Redskins' defense made a big play early in the second half but hope for a comeback quickly faded for the team.
Although the matchup isn't quite what everyone expected it to be seven months ago, there's still a lot at stake for both the 49ers and Redskins.
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When Richard Crawford went down with a season-ending knee injury, few could guess what a significant impact his loss would make, especially on special teams.
After being scratched from the lineup Sunday, wide receiver Josh Morgan seems likely to make his return Monday night against the 49ers.
Rookie Nick Williams dropped the ball -- literally -- in his debut as the Redskins' punt returner. Will he get another shot?
Redskins wide receiver Leonard Hankerson suffered a sprained LCL in his left knee and it's possible he'll require surgery.
At 3-7 after a 24-16 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and in danger of missing the playoffs for the third time in four seasons, Shanahan and his staff are tasked with keeping their players in a positive frame of mind while negativity swirls around them.
The Redskins had the ball down a TD with a chance to tie the game with less than 30 seconds left, but one ill-advised throw from Robert Griffin III later, Washington fell to 3-7.
Only once this season has the highly productive Alfred Morris averaged less than four yards per carry. That came against the Eagles in Week 1. Now comes the rematch.
Leonard Hankerson is getting plenty of opportunities and because of the way the NFL works many of them are at the expense of fellow receiver Josh Morgan.
"I always play angry and got a chip on my shoulder," Morgan said. "I think that just comes from how I grew up and the way I was raised. A lot of people that have been through what I've been through wouldn't even be talking to you right now...It just added fuel to the fire, I guess. But we still lost."
"I know I can play football whether other people believe I can or not," Morgan said. "So I don't really worry about none of that. I just go out there and try to make all the plays whenever the ball come my way."