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Key WFT Defensive Linemen Sweat And Allen Are Re-Instated

The Washington Football Team finally got their first bit of good news on Saturday. Four defensive linemen were all taken off the Covid list, and will be eligible for their Week 15 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Washington’s two leading sack producers, Jonathan Allen (7 1/2) and Montez Sweat (4.0) were both green-lighted to return. That puts Washington in a considerably better competitive position. Before the latest roster changes, Washington was without six of it’s top seven defensive linemen.

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Wallpaper Wednesday: Jonathan Allen Mobile Wallpaper

It’s #WallpaperWednesday, and today we recognize and appreciate Jonathan Allen. Allen signed a 4-year, $72 million contract extension with the Washington Football Team this past offseason.

Sometimes when a player signs their big contract, there is a let off in effort and subsequently, with success. Not with Allen. He is having his best season as a pro, having already registered six sacks. He now has 23 career sacks.

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Trade Deadline Today, What WFT Players Might Be Available?

The National Football League’s trade deadline is today at 4pm. After dropping to 2-6 on the weekend, the Washington Football Team certainly could be sellers as their playoff aspirations are already disappearing. Head Coach Ron Rivera has indicated that he will be evaluating everything over the team’s bye week.

Will any deals get done today?

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Rookie Jonathan Allen Done For The Season

The staunch Redskins defense received some tough injury news yesterday – rookie defensive lineman Jonathan Allen is done for the remainder of the 2017 season. Allen suffered the injury in the second half of Washington’s 26-24 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

Allen sustained a Lisfranc sprain, and although at first Redskins head coach Jay Gruden seemed optimistic about a quicker return, news broke yesterday from several outlets that Allen will require surgery, and is indeed done for the remainder of 2017.

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The Redskins Must Show Consistency To Maintain A Good Run

On Sunday night, the Redskins put on a dominant performance against one of 2017’s most revered teams in the NFL. The Washington Redskins made the Oakland Raiders look overrated if nothing else; and a game many people unexpected to be a one-sided affair in Oakland’s favour, actually turned into a very lopsided 27-10 Redskins victory. Washington’s schedule doesn’t get any easier either, as this week they draw the undefeated Chiefs. Did last week’s improvement and performance translate in the online odds for the next Redskins game?

The win has forced many pundits to start re-examining the Redskins potential. They have shown tremendous improvement over the first three games and have shown that they can play with even the stiffest of competition. Washington stunned a prime time audience by limiting the “mighty” Raiders offense to just 128 total yards. They managed exactly zero third down conversions – 0 for 11.

The Redskins offense also spanked the Raiders – tallying up 472 yards – that’s a 344 yard difference in net offenses. Not only that, Washington crushed Oakland in time of possession – holding the ball for 38 minutes, compared to just 22. Read More

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