A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 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 thinks the Redskins need to stick to their game plan -- which could involve a lot of rushing attempts -- against the undefeated Falcons.
-- Tandler also has a look at how well the rookie class is performing just four games into their collective first seasons.
-- CSN Mid-Atlantic's JP Finlay digs in to Pro Football Focus' grades for the Redskins in Week 4.
-- Despite being hobbled by injury, Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver toughed it out against the Eagles writes The Washington Times' Dan Roth.
-- ESPN's John Keim writes that the injuries to DeSean Jackson and Jordan Reed will be a key focus today as the Redskins turn their direction to Atlanta.
-- Keim also looks into the Redskins' move up ESPN's Power Rankings.
-- The Washington Post's Master Tesfatsion has a look at the team's outside linebacker situation opposite Ryan Kerrigan, as Trent Murphy will continue to start but Preston Smith will get his opportunities too.
-- The Washington Post's Liz Clarke wonders how the Redskins' pass game will be affected if Jordan Reed is unable to play in this Sunday's game.
-- The Sporting News goes back to look at the 90-yard game-winning drive over the Eagles.
-- RedskinsCapitalConnection.com's Chad Ryan provides grades for the offense through a quarter of the season.
-- ProFootballTalk, through sources, writes that former Redskins Associate Head Coach Al Saunders is joining the Miami Dolphins as a consultant.
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