A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Football Team on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Football Team.
-- The Washington Post's Sam Fortier looks at what the numbers say about Ron Rivera's in-game coaching decisions against the Giants.
-- The Washington Post's Sally Jenkins writes that Ron Rivera has a vision, and it's bigger than a two-point conversion.
-- The Washington Post's Nicki Jhabvala reports on Washington's Week 6 loss to the New York Giants.
-- The Washington Post's Les Carpenter give his analysis on Ron Rivera's decision to convert a two-point conversion.
-- The Washington Post's Les Carpenter also writes about how Sunday's bold call fits Washington's top priority.
-- The Washington Post's Scott Allen lists four takeaways from Washington's 20-19 loss to the Giants.
-- ESPN's John Keim writes that Washington shows resolve but still falls short against the Giants.
-- ESPN's John Keim also evaluates Kyle Allen's performance.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Ryan Homler writes about Ron Rivera Rivera calling Ryan Kerrigan 'very valuable' for young Washington players.
-- NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay delves into whether Kyle Allen missed some deep throws against the Giants.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Pete Hailey compares the team's results to its expectations through six weeks.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Peter Hailey also provides three reasons why he thinks Ron Rivera's decision to try a two-point conversion was the right one.
-- NBC Sports Washington's Peter Hailey also writes that Kyle Allen showed heart Sunday but also some room for improvement.
-- The Athletic's Ben Standig gives his take on what a loss to the Giants means for Washington. (Subscription)
-- The Athletic's Mark Bullock gives some analysis on what Kyle Allen can do to eliminate turnovers. (Subscription)
-- The Athletic's Rhiannon Walker writes about Kendall Fuller finding himself in his second stint with Washington. (Subscription)
-- The Washington Times Matthew Paras goes inside Washington's decision to go for two against the Giants. (Subscription)
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