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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 9/17

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, September 18, 2013.


--One reporter's take on the Redskins defense and how trying to fix past mistakes is hurting the defense in the present.

--Redskins players know that there is no reason to panic despite 0-2 start.

--Answers to burning questions Redskins fans have about the team.

--Execution of assignments will be key for the Redskins as they prepare to face the Detroit Lions this Sunday.

--What you need to know as the Redskins prepare to take on the Detroit Lions this Sunday at FedExField.

--Injury status update of Lions running back Reggie Bush and how his injury might affect the game this Sunday.

--How head coach Mike Shanahan plans to eliminate "silly mistakes."

--The Detroit Lions vs. the Washington Redskins preview

--Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon on quarterback Robert Griffin III speed and playmaking ability.

--A report on quarterback Robert Griffin III comments about leadership and how he should focus more on his own play.

--The Washington Redskins come in at No. 24 on ESPN's power rankings.

--A breakdown of quarterback Robert Griffin III performance vs. Green Bay as well as a detailed observation of how the overall Redskins offense played last Sunday.

--Notes and observations from the Redskins 38-20 loss vs. the Packers.

--Former NFL head coach Tony Dungy says on Dan Patrick's radio program, that Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins might give the Redskins a better chance.

--One reporter's opinion about the 2013 Redskins and despite few roster changes the team is not the same.

--A report about the status of former Redskins quarterback Pat White.

--What is the Redskins' defense biggest problem?

--A look at which Redskins players played and how many snaps they got on Sunday vs. the Packers.

--Head coach Mike Shanahan says that 0-2 start is a "temporary setback."

--A report that states Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather will be fined by the NFL.

--Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan relived that his relatives avoided the Navy Yard shooting that took place yesterday.

--Richmond elementary students go shopping with members of the Redskins.

--Quarterback Robert Griffin III knee is one of many concerns for the Redskins.

--Rookie tight end Jordan Reed impressive play leads to more snaps on Sundays.


What's Trending In @Redskins Nation? 1) QB @RGIII: "We'll figure out whatever it is we're missing right now and we'll make it happen." #HTTR

2) #Redskins TE @RealJordanReed holds up the football from 1st touchdown of his professional career. #HTTR #MoreToCome

3) Shanahan opens presser speaking behalf of #Redskins, saying thoughts, prayers are with families of Navy Yard tragedy. #HTTR

4) Shanahan on sticking with QB @RGIII: "We've got a lot of confidence in Robert...We're getting better as a football team." #HTTR 5) Shanahan attributes failures in both first halves to: "We need to practice better." #HTTR




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