Kirk Cousins

Kirk Cousins: "This league changes so quickly"

Source: Redskins Public Relations / Photo: Jorge O. Martínez / CentroDeportivo.com 

Head Coach Jay Gruden

On injuries:

“Did not participate was [Martrell] Spaight with an illness, ankle; [Brian] Quick was also sick. [Ziggy] Hood, elbow; Robert Davis is in concussion protocol; Zach Brown, knee, Achilles, he’s also sick; and Ryan Anderson, knee. Limited were Maurice Harris, back; Morgan Moses, ankle; Terrell McClain, toe; and [Kyle] Kalis sprained his ankle a little bit today.”

Kirk Cousins: "I’ve been frustrated with third downs this year"

REDSKINS QB KIRK COUSINS

Source: Redskins Public Relations / Photo: Jorge O. Martínez / CentroDeportivo.com

On taking a hit in the fourth quarter:

“Fortunately, I’m feeling just fine. There was a flash of pain there, but by the time I got to the sideline and settled down, the pain subsided and I was feeling fine so I feel like I dodged a bullet there and was pretty fortunate.”

Kirk Cousins. "I don’t know what the word myopic means"

REDSKINS QB KIRK COUSINS

Source: Redskins Public Relations / Photo: Jorge O. Martínez / CentroDeportivo.com

On what’s going on in his mind late in games with backup offensive linemen:

“Oh, boy… No, it’s a challenge, and I think the challenge for me as a quarterback is how much do you keep your eyes down the field, trust the rush and just play, and how much do you start to say I’m going to plan for the potential of it being loose. Now, I have to avoid the chance of a sack-fumble. We saw what a sack-fumble can do to kill a drive and give them a short field. So, it’s that balance of trying to play conservative and protect your opportunities in the game while also being aggressive and having to go make plays at some point. That was the balance I was trying to find throughout the game, and I think for the most part handled it well, but there’s obviously plays here and there that you wish were different.”

Washington Redskins fell to the Philadelphia Eagles, 34-24

Source:  Redskins Public Relations / Photo: Jorge O. Martínez,   

·         The Redskins now sit at 3-3 this season. 

·         The Washington Redskins fell to the Philadelphia Eagles, 34-24, in front of an announced crowd of 69,596 people at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday.

 
·         The Redskins gained 344 yards of offense. The Redskins have now hit the 325-yard mark on offense in five straight games for the first time since a 10-game stretch in Weeks 6-16 of the 2016 season.

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