Devin Thomas — Debuted the blond mohawk, caught first career TD.
Albert Haynesworth — ESPN showed a graphic to Chris’ point, that Haynesworth makes teammates better. Bonus: Got a sack of his own.
London Fletcher — Got all kinds of ESPN love and even puked on camera:
Shaun Suisham — Nailed a 47-yarder, is perfect on the season.
Brian Mitchell — Added to the Redskins Ring of Fame, giving him an excuse to wear a ridiculous suit.
Vinny Cerrato — DeSean Jackson, who was also selected in the second round of last year’s draft, made more of an impact in this game than Devin Thomas, Fred Davis and Malcolm Kelly have made in their entire careers.
This guy — For requesting the fallen one to pound it on national TV:
Jim Zorn — Seemed to be in charge of timeouts, and that was about it.
The O-line — Six sacks, 3.3 yards/carry, two holds on Stephon Heyer, etc.
This guy — Seventy-six? Is that a Levi Jones jersey? Is that Levi Jones?
Carlos Rogers/Chris Horton — Not sure whose fault it was, but they got BURNT on Jackson’s 3rd-and-23 TD.
Antwaan Randle El — The fumbled punt was beyond awful.
Sherm Lewis — There were no discernible problems with the play calling.
Andre Carter — Lost contain on Jackson’s long TD run, stuffed Michael Vick behind the line and NAILED Donovan McNabb from the blind side.
Jason Campbell –Made some terrible plays, but I’m not sure what people expect from him in this situation. Rebounded to put up strong numbers (29-43, 284 yards, two touchdowns). Also, didn’t get benched!
Fred Davis — Eight catches for 78 yards and a touchdown. Still can’t block.
ESPN’s broadcast — Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski and Jon Gruden managed to not annoy the shit out of me, but Jaws focusing on Campbell instead of the line and Gruden’s Berman-esque DeSean sound effect wore thin.
The 1992 Packers coaching staff — That’s a lot of sexy for one photo.