Handing out labels following Skins games. Today, a 49-27 loss at Indianapolis.
Ryan Kerrigan — Now top-10 in both sacks (9.5) and forced fumbles (3). Not bad, especially for a Redskin.
Jordan Reed — Nine catches for 123 yards. If he could stay healthy and keep producing these last four games, that would be something.
DeSean Jackson — Five catches on six targets, including a 42-yard touchdown. Still don’t know how he does it in this offense, and he may not any longer after suffering a “fibula contusion” in the third.
Santana Moss — Made his first three catches of the season. Is Redskins legend Santana Moss.
Most incredible in-game stat graphic I've ever seen. The #Redskins are 1-for-42 on 3rd and 10 or longer. That's preposterous. Just gross.
— Grant Paulsen (@granthpaulsen) November 30, 2014
Jay Gruden — “It is better to keep RGIII on the field and let people think you are a fool than to bench him and remove all doubt.” Mark Twain said that.
Jim Haslett — Allowed five touchdowns through the air and one on the ground, with blown coverages galore. I hope Dan Snyder or Bruce Allen or whoever it is that’s in charge remembers this game when deciding what to do with Haslett this offseason.
David Amerson — Serial blown coverage specialist.
Offensive line — Even with Trent Williams back, these guys were terrible. Allowed six sacks, none of which could be pinned on RGIII.
Alfred Morris — Seventeen carries for just 67 yards, a muffed pitch and at least one missed block. Strange coincidence that four of his five best games this year were the four games RGIII played.
Pierre Garcon — Nightmare season continues with three catches on nine targets for nine yards.
LaRon Landry — Good to see him still doing that thing where he gives up a 16-yard reception for a first-down, gets run over on the tackle and still gets up and talks some shit like he actually did something. (I will say, though, the Sean Taylor tape was a nice touch.)
COLT MCCOY https://t.co/nS5dtGwBq0
— Ben Celestino (@bencelestino) November 30, 2014
Colt McCoy — His stats look awesome (392 yards, 66% completions, 8.3 yards/attempt, three touchdowns), but he piled them up when the game was largely out of hand, and his first half was garbage. Still, that highlight-reel TD was incredible, and what more could you expect from Colt McCoy?