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Wysłany: 2017-11-14 08:00:05, Temat: John McClain grades the Texans in loss to Rams

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It was Samaje Perine in for the injured Rob Kelley picking up 26 yards on six carries. Chris Thompson also found some running room. A holding call nearly derailed the drive but the line gave Cousins time to find Jamison Crowder for 32 yards and first down. They finally were able to get just enough push on a QB sneak to retake the lead. - On the Vikings' third play,[url=http://www.titansfootballauthentic.com/demarco-murray-jersey-authentic]Authentic DeMarco Murray Jersey[/url], Josh Norman was in coverage on Stefon Diggs. The receiver got a step on his defender and Case Keenum had plenty of time to loft a pass that Diggs hauled in for 51 yards down to the two yard line. Two plays later, the Vikings were in the end zone. They were playing in press coverage and Diggs got past him. - Norman nearly came up with a pick of a pass intended for Laquon Treadwell. Keenum had lots of time but no receivers open. He threw low to Treadwell down the middle and Norman nearly made the diving catch. Later in the drive on third and goal at the four, Diggs made a nice move to get free of Bashaud Breeland in the end zone and Minnesota took a 14-10 lead. - Adam Theielen had two big catches and they weren't necessarily on the defensive backs. It looked like they were in zone coverage in both plays and it appeared that Zach Brown was not in position to make a play on either one. It's hard to say for sure but don't automatically assign responsibility for wide receiver catches to the defensive back who was the closest. - Theilen got the touchdown on that drive,[url=http://www.redskinscheapstore.com/sean-taylor-jersey-cheap]Authentic Sean Taylor Jersey[/url], getting a well-thrown pass just out of the reach of Norman, who nearly batted the pass down. - Down 35-17, the Redskins got moving in the third quarter. Again the line opened running room for Perine and Thompson and Cousins had time to throw. On third a four a 36-yard pass to Crowder he had plenty of time. He also had time to throw after the first and goal but the Turf Monster got Josh Doctson on what would have been an easy touchdown and Crowder dropped one in the end zone on third down. -The Redskins got into the end zone on a two-yard drive following a Swearinger interception. It was a little scary as the Vikings defense got some push on first down and batted down Cousins' first-down pass. Then Cousins made it into the end zone on a read option. He lost the ball after he scored and it was originally called a Vikings TD the other way. It was adventurous but the Redskins manage to make it a one-score game. - The line was holding up well as the Redskins drove into Vikings territory. But on third and one at the 33, Chris Thompson was stuffed going up the middle. On fourth and one they tried to send Thompson wide right but Linval Joseph busted through the line and dropped the runner for a loss. That seemed to end the competitive phase of the game. - The interior offensive line was an issue all day. In particular, nose tackle Joseph was a play killer, with some tipped passes and that key stop at the end. On the plus side, they allowed only one sack in the late going and the Redskins did get a bit of a running game going. - The Adam Theilen show continued in the second half. On the first series of the half Norman had tight coverage on a first and 10 play but he backed off just before the snap. Theilen got open deep anyway and Keenum lofted a perfect pass for a gain of 49. The Redskins have a killer combination of loose coverage and no pass rush going on right now. - If you had D.J. Swearinger as the Redskins defender who was going to make a play, you win. Keenum threw his first bad pass of the day, off of his back foot under pressure from Ziggy Hood. The ball looped downfield and Swearinger got the pick at the 19. - Double your money on that Swearinger bet. He jumped a pass intended for Kyle Rudolph at the Vikings 33 and returned it to the two. Two plays later Kirk Cousins scored on a read option and the Redskins were back within a score. -In the end, it was Theilen who torched the Redskins, although Diggs did have his moments. Theilen had eight receptions for 166 yards and a touchdown. Norman got burned his share of times but he also got to the Redskins when they were in zone defense. A lack of pass rush didn't help. The Redskins rushed Keenum on occasion but they got no sacks and few hits or hurries. That's not going to get it done. The Washington Redskins could be set to add two more names to injured reserve. Speaking at his press conference on Monday, head coach Jay Gruden confirmed that injured duo Rob Kelley and Will Compton were both candidates to be added to IR after suffering injuries in the loss against the Vikings. Gruden added that the team would make the decision later this week. 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