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Redskins missed the boat on Kirk Cousins trade

The ship has sailed on Washington Redskins’ quarterback Kirk Cousins. Once an overrated commodity in the offseason the Redskins were unable to pull the trigger on a trade and will now suffer.

The Redskins’ backup quarterback drew interest from a number of teams during the 2014 NFL Draft, but none of them interested general manager Bruce Allen.

One interested party, the Cleveland Browns, offered a fourth round pick during the draft according to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora.…

The TPF Fives: Week 6 Rankings

It’s safe to view these Week 6 Rankings as a reflection of the week (and maybe a few games prior), more than a complete review of the team for the year so far. Why? Well, have you watched football at all this year? Most teams are floating around 3-3 and it’s been pretty hard to get a handle on the identity of anyone. Dallas beat Seattle, in Seattle! Oakland almost topples San Diego. And Philly silenced the the noise coming out of New York.…

Slow starts make it tough for Washington

To be a solid team in the National Football League, you must get four quarters of play from all three phases of the game. Heck, even coaching and play calling should be solid. This is especially true when you are a young team as starting slow will only lead to deficits and playing from behind early. This has been the case for the 2014 Washington Redskins defense.

The Redskins are 1-4 on this young season. Their lone victory was against one of the few teams worse than them, Jacksonville Jaguars.…