A little late with this, here are is a look at the snap counts for the game against the Bengals. The numbers are provided by the NFL.Total offensive snaps: 76Quarterback: Robert Griffin III 76Offensive line: Chris Chester, Will Montgomery, Kory Lichtensteiger, Tyler Polumbus played all 76 snaps; Trent Williams 14, Jordan Black 62Williams was injured on the third offensive play so he gave it a go for 11 plays after that. You have to think that bodes well for him being able to play this week but you can never tell. Brian Orakpo played a dozen snaps or so after his season-ending pectoral injury.Wide receiver:Leonard Hankerson 59, Josh Morgan 57, Santana Moss 40, Dezmon Briscoe 15, Aldrick Robinson 15Average wide receivers in per snap: 2.5 The number that jumps out is Robinsons. He went from playing 60 snaps against the Saints to just 15 this week. Like a lot of young receivers he will have his ups and downs this year.Tight end:Fred Davis 73, Niles Paul 12, Logan Paulsen 5A bit of a change here in that Pauls snaps are down from 20 last week. This is probably due to the team playing in catch-up mode for much of the game.Running back:Alfred Morris 37, Evan Royster 19, Roy Helu Jr. 19; Fullback Darrel Young 11The relatively high workloads for Royster and, especially, Helu were due in part to the Redskins spending so much of the game behind in the score. Young has played 19, 11, and 11 snaps in the Redskins three games.Total defensive snaps: 60Defensive line:Stephen Bowen 53, Jarvis Jenkins 40, Barry Cofield 37, Kedric Golston 16, Chris Baker 10Bakers workload was about the same as Chris Neild had as Cofields primary backup last year. Jenkins saw the first extended action of his NFL career.Linebacker:Perry Rile, London Fletcher, Ryan Kerrigan played all 60 snaps; Rob Jackson 32, Markus White 15, Chris Wilson 10, Lorenzo Alexander 1, Keenan Robinson 1The headline here is that White, seeing the first regular-season action of his career on defense, played more than the veteran Wilson. It will be interesting to see if that continues. In non-headline news, Kerrigan played every snap.Defensive backs:DeJon Gomes 59, Madieu Williams 59, Josh Wilson 59, DeAngelo Hall 59, Richard Crawford 24, Crezdon Butler 2, Cedric Griffin 2, Reed Doughty 1Griffin suffered a hamstring injury in the early going, pressing the rookie Crawford into action as the third CB.
Is that what it feels like to watch the Patriots on a weekly basis?
The Redskins 27-10 victory over the Raiders on Sunday night was about as impressive of a performance as the Burgundy and Gold has produced in recent memory.
That means many of the huge storylines — like the return of Really Good Kirk Cousins, a secondary that locked down Oakland's weapons and Chris Thompson casually posting a Julio Jones-like receiving stat line — that have, and will continue to be, hashed over. But there are a few topics that are being overlooked following the Week 3 Washington win.
Here are three Redskins-Raiders things that should be talked about a little more.
1) The Redskins didn't make many mistakes, but when they did, they recovered really nicely
The 'Skins were in control of that ballgame pretty much from the start. But there were some points, like Jamison Crowder's muffed punt or Samaje Perine's fumble, where the team gave Oakland some life.
Yet Jay Gruden's team deserves more shine for the way they bounced back from those errors. The defense forced a three-and-out after Dustin Hopkins missed a 52-yarder. They also held the Raiders to three deep in their own territory when Perine put the ball on the ground. And the offense, behind Thompson's 74-yard catch-and-run, put three points on the board right after the Silver and Black scored their only TD.
Those few moments caused those at FedEx Field to hold their breath. But the Redskins' resiliency was key in maintaining their breathing room.
2) It was another incomplete effort from Dustin Hopkins
Speaking of Hopkins, Sunday night was a good but not perfect performance.
The Redskins' kicker missed the aforementioned attempt from 52 yards away, making Week 3 the second straight time out he's missed one from 50 and beyond. He converted all three of his extra points and was true on two other field goals so it wasn't all bad, but there'll be moments in 2017 when he'll be relied upon to hit from long range, and thus far, he's come up empty.
That miss is the type of thing that gets passed over in victories. Those are pointed to very quickly in losses, however.
3) You know the D-Line was a force, but let's not forget who they did it against, either
Jim Tomsula's unit made Derek Carr look more like his brother. Once you consider who they pushed around, though, their domination becomes even more notable.
The Raiders offensive line is regarded as one of the league's elite groups, but they looked pedestrian in D.C. The four sacks they allowed were the most they've given up in their last 20 regular season and playoff games. Greg Manusky's front seven will enjoy watching the film from this one.
Everything looked different for the Washington Redskins during their Week 3 win over the Oakland Raiders. They looked like a different team.
Quarterback Kirk Cousins more than doubled his yardage from Week 2 — completing 25-of-30 passes for 365 yards and three touchdowns — running back Chris Thompson was the Redskins' best receiver with six catches for 150 yards and one touchdown and the defense shined against Derek Carr and the Raiders.
The Redskins are now on a two-game winning streak, but can they continue it through to Week 4 against quarterback Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs on the road at Arrowhead Stadium?
Here's everything you need to know ahead of the Week 4 Redskins vs. Chiefs game Monday night.
Redskins vs. Chiefs, Week 4 of the 2017 NFL season
Who: Washington Redskins at Kansas City Chiefs
Where: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City Missouri
What: Week 4 of the 2017 NFL season
When: Monday, October 2, 8:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
Radio: Redskins Radio Network
Betting Odds: According to VegasInsider.com, the Washington Redskins are a 6.5-point underdog against the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Washington Redskins 2017 Regular Season Schedule:
Week 1 (Sun. 9/10): 30-17 loss vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Week 2 (Sun. 9/17): 27-20 win at Los Angeles Rams
Week 3 (Sun. 9/24): 27-10 win vs. Oakland Raiders
Week 4 (Mon. 10/2): at Kansas City Chiefs, 8:30 p.m.
Week 5 (Sun. 10/8): BYE WEEK
Week 6 (Sun. 10/15): vs. San Francisco 49ers, 1:00 p.m.
Week 7 (Mon. 10/23): at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:30 p.m.
Week 8 (Sun. 10/29): vs. Dallas Cowboys, 4:25 p.m.
Week 9 (Sun. 11/5): at Seattle Seahawks, 4:05 p.m.
Week 10 (Sun. 11/12): vs. Minnesota Vikings, 1:00 p.m.
Week 11 (Sun. 11/29): at New Orleans Saints, 1:00 p.m.
Week 12 (Thurs. 11/23): vs. New York Giants, 8:30 p.m.
Week 13 (Thurs. 11/30): at Dallas Cowboys, 8:25 p.m.
Week 14 (Sun. 12/10): at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m.
Week 15 (Sun. 12/17): vs. Arizona Cardinals, 1:00 p.m.
Week 16 (Sun. 12/24): vs. Denver Broncos, 1:00 p.m.
Week 17 (Sun. 12/31): at New York Giants, 1:00 p.m.
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