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Washington Redskins Gameday Clips: 9/13


A roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins before their regular season opener against the Miami Dolphins.

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The Washington Redskins and Miami Dolphins have met 11 times during the regular season and twice in the Super Bowl. Here's a look back at some of those games.

-- CSN Mid-Atlantic's Rich Tandler has five final thoughts before today's game including how Jamison Crowder will look as the team's punt returner.

-- CSN Mid-Atlantic's Tarik El-Bashir says that Kirk Cousins is fully asserting himself as one of the team's leaders.

-- Tandler writes that Ryan Kerrigan will determine his own snap count today against the Dolphins.

-- The Washington Times' Anthony Gulizia has more on the situation with Tom Compton, who is listed as questionable.

-- ESPN's John Keim writes that Cousins is more confident than he used to be, but he still must cut down on his turnovers.

-- Keim also reports that the Redskins want to find ways to get the ball into Matt Jones' hands.

-- CBSDC's Brian McNally provides five reasons why the Redskins will have a good season.

-- is reporting that Colt McCoy will be the No. 2 quarterback today.

-- The Washington Post's Scott Allen writes that Pierre Garcon thinks Kirk Cousins is a "natural-born leader."

-- The Richmond Times-Dispatch's Michael Phillips thinks the right side of the offensive line -- Brandon Scherff and Morgan Moses -- will face a tough first test today.

-- The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero provides his own preview of today's game.

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