A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
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-- CSN Mid-Atlantic's Rich Tandler writes that the Redskins showed they can compete with the NFL's best during Sunday's game against the Falcons, but they had an opportunity to stake claim early in a wide-open NFC East.
-- Citing multiple sources, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports that former Redskins head coach Steve Spurrier, most recently with the University of South Carolina, has retired immediately.
-- Check out this Vine of Trent Williams just overpowering one of the Falcons, pushing him from the middle of the field to out of bounds.
-- After four games in which the Redskins controlled the clock against their opponent, the defense played 80 snaps against the Falcons. The Washington Times' Anthony Gulizia on what that situation created for the unit.
-- ESPN's John Keim writes about Jay Gruden's admittance to, in his own words, an "awful" late game call.
-- Keim also has a look at the multiple factors that led to Cousins' interception for touchdown that ended the Falcons game.
-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones provides five observations from Sunday's 25-19 loss to the Falcons.
-- Scott Allen of The Washington Post says Redskins' defensive coordinator Joe Barry is "every bit as fun to watch as his defense."
-- In an NFC East that separates first place and last place in the division, the Redskins are confident they're still very much in the race for the division crown writes The Washington Post's Master Tesfatsion.
-- BleacherReport's James Dudko wonders how the Redskins can get Alfred Morris more involved.
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