--Highlights from both offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and defensive coordinator Jim Haslett’s press conferences on Thursday and how both coordinators are looking at the positives despite the teams struggles this year.
--How Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon is able to separate from coverage and set the new franchise record for receptions in a season this year.
--Rookie practice squad linebacker
--5 questions the Redskins must answer before the Redskins-Giants game on Sunday including how will quarterback Kirk Cousins bounce back from a mediocre start vs. Dallas.
--How the Redskins plan to stay motivated for the last game of the season vs. the Giants. Redskins tight end
--Storylines Redskins fans should follow for the Redskins-Giants game on Sunday including what may happen to head coach Mike Shanahan immediately after the Redskins-Giants game.
--A look at potential NFL Draft prospects from the Poinsettia Bowl. Safety Jimmie Ward out of Northern Illinois could be a answer to the Redskins problems at that position as Ward possesses great coverage ability.
--Players to watch for from the Little Caesars Bowl between Pittsburgh and Bowling Green. ACC Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald could be a useful addition to the Redskins defense next year.
--Unfortunately for head coach Mike Shanahan a career milestone will have to wait until next season to be fulfilled. Shanahan needed five wins this season to tie former coach Bill Parcells for 10th place all-time in career regular season wins.
--Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan on how quarterback
--A detailed look at some statistics from the Redskins season thus far including how the Redskins only need 336 yards of total offense vs. the Giants to surpass 6,000 yards for the season. That would be the first time in franchise history the Redskins passed 6,000 yards of offense in consecutive seasons.
What's Trending In @Redskins Nation?
3) Kyle confident in roster on offensive side of the ball: "I'll be very surprised if the offense here isn't top-5 next year." #HTTR