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Washington Redskins’ defense shows a little promise

The Washington Redskins opened their 2017 season with a 30-17 home loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. The thirty points surrendered by the Redskins suggests that the team’s defensive struggles from last season have transferred into this season. The game told a different story, with the defense playing well despite starting several new players that weren’t […] The post Washington Redskins’ defense shows a little promise appeared first on EndZoneScore.
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