Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins: What’s Washington’s Game Plan?

October 3, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After falling flat on their face in front of a national audience against the New York Giants last week, the Washington Redskins will seek redemption in Week 4. 
To obtain it, they'll have to beat a Philadelphia Eagles team that's beaten them in three of the past four matchups. Making matters even more difficult, instead of getting healthier via its mini-bye week, Washington's injury tally only grew.
Going against Chip Kelly's uptempo attack, the Skins' dwindling depth couldn't have come at worst time. As we've seen early on in the 2015 campaign, though, the Eagles are more than beatable.
Question is, what game plan will Washington use to pull the upset?
Let's find out:
Offensive Game Plan
Against the Giants, Washington strayed from the run-first attack it rode to great success in Week 1 and 2. The team had 49 passes to 20 runs. As long as turnover-prone quarterback Kirk Cousins is under center, this is a recipe for disaster.
With that...

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