LOS ANGELES — Before Mason Foster could ice the game, he needed to get his right shoulder fixed. It dangled out of its socket in the first half, one of about 10 calamities the Washington Redskins suffered on this punishing Sunday. Foster reacted the only way he knew.Get the shoulder popped back into place. Strap on a brace so it couldn’t escape again. Go win the game.With 1:44 remaining, the bum-shouldered linebacker received an opportunity to make a brutal game rewarding.
LOS ANGELES – Before Mason Foster could ice the game, he needed to get his right shoulder fixed. It dangled out of its socket in the first half, one of about a 10 calamities the Washington Redskins suffered on this punishing Sunday. Foster reacted the only way he knew. Get the shoulder popped back into place. Strap on a brace so it couldn’t escape again. Go win the game. With one minute and 44 seconds remaining, the bum-shouldered linebacker received an opportunity to make a brutal game rewarding.
(WPNS) — Trouble, again. The Washington Redskins seem to enjoy early-season plight. They lost their season opener last week for the fifth straight year, and they haven't had what you could consider a good start since 2011, when they won their first two games and started October with a 3-1 record (and then lost 10 of 12, but let's compartmentalize the misery today).Even though the past two seasons have ended with winning records, Coach Jay Gruden likes danger, too.
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