Handing out labels following Skins games. This time a 32-21 loss in New York on a Thursday night that was miserable from start to finish.
Keenan Robinson — Seemed to play well, side-to-side (13 tackles).
Rashad Ross — The Redskins scored their first special teams TD in five years! Of course, the game was already well out of hand when it happened, but it’s good just knowing that such a thing is in the realm of possibility.
Dustin Hopkins — Touchbacks are so nice.
Kirk Cousins and RG3 now each have 23 career interceptions. RG3 has thrown almost 600 more passes.
— Michael David Smith (@MichaelDavSmith) September 25, 2015
Kirk Cousins — Threw a bad pick from his own 10 and continued to make poor throws throughout the first half. Threw another INT in the second half for good measure, this time on a tipped ball that he tried to force in for a short gain on 1st-and-10.
Cousins-Elway comparisons — Yeah, no.
Terrance Plummer — Let RB Rashad Jennings get through for a blocked punt, and was then called for holding on a fair catch. All while wearing London Fletcher’s number. May never see the field again.
Jay Gruden — A win would’ve been huge for him, but it was off the rails from the start.
The front seven — No pressure, no sacks.
Matt Jones — The only thing of consequence that he did was fumble it over the goal line for a touchback.
Alfred Morris — Six carries, and he was second fiddle.
DeAngelo Hall — Suffered a non-contact injury.
Trenton Robinson — I barely know who he is, but he got trucked by Andre Williams. Shades of Brandon Jacobs-over-LaRon Landry.
Low man wins. https://t.co/vXAcTcyBI9
— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) September 25, 2015
Jordan Reed — Was still a steady threat in the passing game, but also negated a big play with a pick penalty on the opening drive.
Bashaud Breeland — Had some trouble with ODB, but who doesn’t?
Shawn Lauvao — Showed how valuable he is to the O-line by getting hurt in the early going.
Chris Thompson — Racked up some good garbage-time stats.
Sweet play-action fake image taken with love from @BrendanPorath.