Washington Redskins: Three Key Questions – Can the Washington Skins Overcome Their Secondary Problems?

Posted: September 26, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Cowboys Vs. Redskins

Can the Redskins Overcome their Secondary?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are coming off of a loss to the Dallas Cowboys where the Bucs only tallied 110 passing yards. In the previous two games, Josh Freeman has thrown for  138- and 243-yards respectively.

Meanwhile, the Washington Redskins are 31st in pass defense, ironically the only team they’re better than are the Bucs.

The ‘Skins have already given up 1,012-yards through the air, failing to prevent any signal caller from throwing more than 300-yards.

Something has got to give. Either the Skins secondary will finally stand up, or Josh Freeman and company will light up the scoreboard. I don’t believe either fanbase believes that their representative in this battle can perform like they should, but the Redskins DBs have the best chance. If the horrid Panthers defense can stop Freeman, than the Redskins should be able to do the same.


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