The Washington Times - January 3, 2008, 03:33PM
Redskins beat writer Ryan O’Halloran and Channel 4’s Lindsay Czarniak look back at the win over Dallas, ahead to the game against Seattle and the influx of young talent making an impact. 1. In 2005, the Redskins were 5-6 but reeled off five straight wins to make the playoffs. This year, they were 5-7 but won their final four games to make the playoffs. Which run to the postseason was more impressive? SEE RELATED:

Ryan: Lindsay: Al Saunders 2. The Redskins have held four consecutive halftime leads, quite an accomplishment considering their troubles earlier on with the Giants, Philadelphia and Buffalo. What has been a couple of the factors that have contributed to the held leads? Ryan: Gregg Williams Lindsay: 3. The Redskins continue to get contributions from young players on both sides of the ball. For Ryan, what played into this change in philosophy? For Lindsay, which of the young players (besides LaRon Landry) have been the most impressive in the last few games? Ryan: NFL Lindsay: 4. The Seahawks haven’t changed that much since they beat the Redskins 20-10 in the NFC divisional playoffs. Two-part question: A) What should concern Al Saunders the most? B) What should worry Gregg Williams the most? Ryan: defensive end Patrick Kerney Lindsay: 5. Prediction time: Both of you will be making the trip to Seattle — who ya got and why? Ryan: Lindsay: BONUS 6. Now that the college bowl season is almost over, January is a gigantic television month. What’s your choice: American Idol, 24, Lost or The Wire? Ryan: Lindsay: