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The Redskins' 3-2 record under Rex Grossman is perfectly reasonable and widely considered a best-case scenario after five games entering the season. But the masses in D.C. are convinced that the wrong guy is under center. So the question must be asked: Are you going to trust Mike Shanahan or your lying eyes?
Seems like just the other day the Washington Redskins were 3-1 and alone atop the NFC East. Actually, now that I think about it, it was just the other day the Redskins were 3-1 and alone atop the NFC East.
Mike Shanahan will wait until Wednesday afternoon to announce his resolution to the Washington Redskins' Great Quarterback Mystery of 2011, version 2.0.
A day after Mike Shanahan pulled quarterback Rex Grossman in favor of John Beck, the Washington Redskins coach wouldn't say who is the team's starting quarterback.
A quarter-by-quarter look at the Redskins' 20-13 loss to Eagles. Plus, the most pivotal play of the game.
Rex Grossman spent his bye weekend in Northern Virginia taking stock of his first four games as the Washington Redskins' full-time starting quarterback and contemplating the heights to which he could lift this team.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after rewatching the TV broadcast of their 17-10 win over the St. Louis Rams.
Rex Grossman inhaled deeply late Sunday afternoon before he stared into the cameras and explained the interception that jeopardized the Washington Redskins' seven-point fourth-quarter lead over the St. Louis Rams.
A quarter-by-quarter look at the Redskins' 17-10 win over the Rams. Plus, the most pivotal play of the game.