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Latest Pierre Garcon Items
Need to Know: There are a lot of stats that don't look good for the Redskins but Pierre Garcon's receiving numbers are not among them.
Whether or not the weather is a factor, expect the Redskins to spring Alfred Morris on a fading Kansas City defense.
On Monday Mike Shanahan joked about Pierre Garcon's penalty for kicking a ball in frustration. A couple of days later he had a different take.
Who played how much for the Redskins against the Giants? Rich Tandler takes a look.
Here is a statement from Dean Blandino, NFL VP of Officiating, on the fourth quarter play in Sunday night's Redskins vs. Giants game that saw confusion as to what Washington's down was on their final drive.
Penalties aren't the biggest reason the Redskins lost Sunday night. But they certainly didn't help matters.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan spoke Monday with the NFL's director of officiating after the league said Sunday night's crew made an error on Washington's final drive.
The Redskins started strong against the Giants, but a special teams blunder changed the momentum of the game, and eventually Washington fell to 3-9.
Referee Jeff Triplette acknowledged the down marker was moved incorrectly on the Washington Redskins' last possession of a 24-17 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday night, but said halting play to fix the mistake "would have given an unfair advantage."