INJURY UPDATE: SS Brandon Meriweather is out at least another week after reinjuring his knee during a pregame collision with WR Aldrick Robinson. Robinson is day-to-day with a concussion. Otherwise, the Skins didn't lose much to injury in week 4. Looks like LT Trent Williams and WR Pierre Garcon, though not healthy, are sure to go in week five.
RG3 is off to a good start. I mean -- a really good start.
The Redskins are getting some great blocking from their wideouts this year, which is how you break off long runs. This is a key characteristic of every successful Mike Shanahan offense. Josh Morgan and Leonard Hankerson are leading the way.
Speaking of wideouts, Santana Moss isn't going to make a lot of news with his blocking, but he is adjusting to his new role as third down slot receiver.
Keith McMillan grades out the Redskins' offensive line and secondary from the Tampa game. The O-line did pretty well, the secondary, not so much.
John Keim asks and answers five questions about the Redskins after week four. You should definitely read it.
Keim hands out his offensive studs and duds for week 4. RG3, Trent Williams, Alfred Morris, Fred Davis, Josh Morgan all make the good list. Rich Campbell hands out his Game Balls and Gassers for the Tampa game and it is similar to Keim's but definitely worth reading anyway.
Keim also writes up his RG3 report for week four. It's fun reading if you're a Redskins fan.
Mike Shanahan wants his defense to play better in the future. I'd like that, too, coach.
Washington's next opponent is the 4-0 Atlanta Falcons. This isn't going to be easy.
Former Redskins TE Chris Cooley talks to Comcast SportsNet about his future in football and Washington.