Redskins GM Scot McCloughan came under scrutiny and specualtion this week. The Washington Post and Pro Football Talk weigh in on D.C. troubles.
The Redskins have important decisions to make regarding Free Agency. With the clock ticking towards decision time, we take a look at the team in D.C.
As Super Bowls go, this one wasn't very good for the NFL until the last hour Sunday night. But the great thing about sports, is it can change quickly.
Kirk Cousins is still waiting. So are Redskins fans. Bottom line, Washington needs to make a move, and get Cousins signed now.
The State of the Redskins at the present time requires immediate action regarding a new offensive coordinator and a defensive coordinator.
Washington Redskins writer for Cover32 Leonard Kirby weighs in on new Rams head coach Sean McVay, as do those "in the know" in D.C.
The Washington Redskins parted ways with defensive coordinator Joe Barry and is looking for a new DC. Here are some key areas to address.
The NY Giants proved they are a playoff team defensively by eliminating the inconsistent Washington Redskins by the score of 19-10.
The Redskins waste a golden opportunity to make a second straight playoff appearance since 1991 and 1992, laying an egg at home against the NY Giants.
What a way to bring in the New Year, with a victory over the NY Giants and getting into the playoffs two years in a row! But can the Redskins get it done?
The Washington Redskins offense scored 41 points on a good Chicago defense. Just enough to keep the team in playoff contention heading into next weekend.
In contrast to the semi-debacle on Monday night, the Redskins played one of their best games of the year on Christmas Eve against the Chicago Bears.
The NFL gave the Washington Redskins the toughest schedule and the Cowboys the easiest schedule for this 2016 NFL regular season. Stuff matters.
The Redskins head to Chicago for a game against the Bears this Saturday. They need a win and some help if they hope to make the playoffs again.