Biggest Takeaways from Washington Redskins’ Week 4 Win

October 5, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Narrowly beating a struggling Philadelphia Eagles outfit at home wouldn't be considered much of a statement for most teams. But Week 4's last-minute 23-20 win is exactly that for the Washington Redskins.
It's proof that a rebuilding roster is ready to take a positive step forward during the 2015 NFL season. A 2-2 record at the quarter mark is ample evidence of that.
So is the continued success of many of the key changes general manager Scot McCloughan and head coach Jay Gruden implemented to improve the team that won just seven games in the previous two seasons.
At the top of that list is the decision to replace Robert Griffin III with Kirk Cousins as starting quarterback. It's been a fairly rocky road for Cousins so far, but he might well have come of age courtesy of the game-winning march he engineered against the Eagles.
Cousins' day in the spotlight highlights the main takeaways for the Burgundy and Gold from Week 4. Read on for a full breakdown of everything Wa...

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