Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
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Redskins rule out Crowder, Thompson and Williams vs. Falcons

Redskins rule out Crowder, Thompson and Williams vs. Falcons

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When seeing how both teams received an unexpected gift on Sunday thanks to the Atlanta Falcons knocking off the Washington Redskins on the road in front of their own fans, chances are the Cowboys will be playing with a little extra motivation when facing the Titans. "Everybody loves when other people go out here and excel and make plays".

"The big guys, they put the work in", said coach Dan Quinn, whose team didn't punt until midway through the third quarter and converted its first eight third-down opportunities.

Safety D.J. Swearinger Sr. said the reason for Washington's loss was a simple one. Got to be disciplined.

Adrian Peterson was held to 17 yards on nine carries a week after rushing for 149 yards at the New York Giants. The touchdown capped a really nice outing for Jones, as he caught 7-of-10 targets for 121 yards.

"I get fined every week", Kazee said.

Falcons: Calvin Ridley left in the third quarter and was evaluated for a head injury.

The Washington Redskins lost more than a quarter of their starting offence in one fell swoop Monday, with receiver Paul Richardson and guards Brandon Scherff and Shawn Lauvao all going on injured reserve because they need season-ending surgery. Lauvao injured his left knee on the third play of the game, was taken off the sideline in a wheelchair and did not return.

The Falcons recorded their fourth win of the season with a 38-14 win.

The Falcons already have had defensive tackle Grady Jarrett, who had a sack on Sunday, return after missing two games with an ankle injury. And with the Eagles taking on the Cowboys during a Sunday night showdown in Week 10, the team could be in better shape if they not only win this battle, but also see the Redskins fall to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road.

Head coach Jay Gruden had some awful news for the Washington faithful today, as he announced that multiple key players will all undergo surgery and be out for the season, including perennial Pro Bowl guard Brandon Scherff.

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