We have made it through the first quarter of the NFL regular season, and there's quite a bit to analyze when it comes to the Washington Redskins. Little of what we've seen has been positive, much has been disappointing.
Some of the stats are misleading. The 'Skins are fourth against the pass, but they haven't been nearly that good. And they have yet to play a good QB after Eli Manning dissected them in Week One.
The offense is ranked 15th in total offense, with 325.2 yards per game, and yet when it comes to scoring points they rank 27th, with just 14 points per game.
The defense only gives up 16.8 first downs per game (only eight teams are better). However, they have surrendered first downs on 43 percent of all third down conversions (eighth worst in the NFL).
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Article written by Jack Anderson