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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 9/22

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014.

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Here's an exclusive look from the Washington Redskins' sideline during their Week 3 game with the Philadelphia Eagles.

– Desean Jackson's return to Philadelphia saw him score one of his classic long touchdowns, as he bolted past the Eagles’ defense for an 81-yard score during the third quarter of yesterday's game.

-- Quarterback Kirk Cousins dazzled in his first start of the season, as he threw for 427 yards and 3 touchdowns. In the first quarter, he became the first Redskins quarterback since Mark Brunell to throw 2 touchdown passes in the first quarter of a game.

--'s Andre Walker with a complete game summary from yesterday's hard fought 37-34 loss.

-- Special teams miscues factored into the loss, as they gave up a kickoff return for touchdown and kicker Kai Forbath missed an extra point.

-- The Redskins face a short week, as they'll host the New York Giants on Thursday at FedExField.

-- Redskins Blog with more on Cousins and Jackson, to include tweets throughout game day of their performance and video of their press conferences.

-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler wonders if the Redskins ran the ball enough against the Eagles, and he has some notes to see as well.

-- ESPN's John Keim has 10 initial observations from yesterday's game, while The Washington Post's Mike Jones has five quick hit impressions as well.

-- The Washington Times' Thom Loverro on the intensity the Redskins brought to the City of Brotherly Love, and what it could mean going forward. 

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