Washington Redskins ‘X-Factors’ Primed for Huge Week 4 Performance

September 24, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If the Washington Redskins expect anything but another loss after a discouraging 0-3 start to this season, four players need to give "game-ball-like" performances in Week 4. The team travels to visit the Oakland Raiders in a game that could redirect the Redskins' current losing ways and save a season in disrepair.
After all, the winless, defending NFC East champions have been outscored 98-67 so far this season and one defensive player, cornerback DeAngelo Hall, has scored more points than the entire offense in the combined first halves.
Hall has a fumble return and an interception for a touchdown on defense. The first-team offense has one, a 30-yard first-half touchdown by running back Alfred Morris.
That's it!
The harsh reality and frustrations of the team's coaches, players and fans isn't the fact they are 0-3 to start the 2013 NFL season, but more along the lines of how it could happen given the Mount Rushmore-esque accolades, adoration and promises surrounding q...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments