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Colt McCoy was limping badly after leaving the X-ray room in the bowels of Lincoln Financial Field https://www.theredskinslockerroom.com/authentic-terry-mclaurin-jersey , and Washington now has ruled him out for the rest of the game.That leaves at least Washingtonís immediate future in Mark SanchezĎs hands as it tries to keep pace with the Cowboys in the NFC East.The Eagles lead Washington 14-13 at halftime.McCoy went down awkwardly on a sack by Malcolm Jenkins on the final play of the first quarter. He stayed in the game, finishing the field goal drive but headed to the locker room soon after.Sanchez, who had not played in a regular-season game since 2016 when he was with the Cowboys, signed with Washington two weeks ago after Alex Smith fractured his lower leg. Sanchez has led Washington to 10 points, completing 6 of 9 passes for 62 yards.McCoy was 4-for-4 for 50 yards before leaving.Tight end Jordan Reed is the emergency quarterback if something happens to Sanchez.Adrian Peterson helped out his quarterback, scoring on a 90-yard touchdown run on Sanchezís first play. It was the longest run in team history, and at 33, Peterson became the oldest player in NFL history with a 90-yard rush.Peterson is within 7 yards of his third 100-yard game of the season and now has topped 1,000 yards from scrimmage this season.The Eagles scored on their first possession, getting a 6-yard touchdown pass from Carson Wentz to Golden Tate after officials missed a false start by right tackle Lane Johnson. It was the second consecutive night officials have missed a blatant false start on a touchdown throw, as the Chargers benefited from a no-call on Sam Tevi against the Steelers.Washington had a goal-line stand against the Eagles in the second quarter, with linebacker Zach Brown tackling running back Josh Adams for a 2-yard loss on fourth-and-goal from the 1. But Washington went three-and-out, giving Philadelphia a short field.The Eagles needed only three plays to go the 40 yards with Darren Sproles scoring on a 14-yard run. It is Sprolesí first game back since the season opener.Wentz is 13-of-18 for 159 yards and a touchdown. Zach Ertz has five catches for 54 yards. Hogs Haven Asks Roll ĎBama Roll About The Redskins New OG/C" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteHogs Havena Washington Redskins communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsRedskinsMastheadOddsShopCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTValuable Information Provided ByBrent C. TaylorShareTweetShareShareA Closer Look At Ross Pierschbacher With Roll ĎBama RollJason Getz-USA TODAY SportsGabe Ward: The Redskins have invested significant draft capital and other resources into solidifying the defense, particularly with Crimson Tide players (if youíve lost count: Jonathan Allen, DaRon Payne, Landon Collins, Ryan Anderson, Shuan Dion Hamilton, Reuben Foster). Now it is the offense that is in desperate need of a rebuild. The Redskins lost their QB, Alex Smith, to a horrific injury last year, but beyond that, the offensive line was decimated with injury last year as well. When healthy, the Redskins are in great shape regarding the offensive line as they have 4 bona fide starters; the one area that has been a weak link has been left guard. The Redskins run a power scheme, which means they need linemen who have enough strength and power to create holes for the running game, but who also have enough athleticism to pull out on running plays that go outside. Can you give us a general sense of the type of blocks and scheme Pierschbacher worked in at Alabama?Brent Taylor: Trust me, we definitely havenít lost count of the Tide players in Washington. Youíve already become affectionately known as the Crimsonskins around these parts. As for the scheme fit, Alabama has used plenty of both power and zone, depending on the situation. However, the base offense and significant portion of Alabamaís game plan has revolved around a zone blocking scheme-- which requires flexibility in small spaces to turn defenders around and create cutback lanes. Though heís technically sound, Ross is neither fast around the edge nor all that strong in straight up power blocks. Heís adequate at both, but not particularly adept. Gabe Ward: The Redskins signed Ereck Flowers to be the presumed starter at left guard this year but with Flowersí limited success in the NFL so far, and the Redskins investing a 4th round pick (Wes Martin, Indiana, LG) and 5th round pick in Pierschbacher, I think its fair to say that the young guys will have an opportunity to beat out the veteran. What case would you make to convince others that Pierschbacher could actually win the LG job?Brent Taylor: Consistency. While many positions (wide receiver/pass rusher) depend on players being able to make awesome plays and incredible feats to be a difference maker, the offensive line is a little different. Pancake blocks, while fun to watch, are only marginally more effective than just getting in the way of a defender. But a wide receiver slipping on a route will have much less impact on derailing a play than if an offensive lineman screws up a block. And thatís where Ross excels. He may not make the splashy blocks, and may struggle to really move things forward on a 4th and 1, but itís a rare thing that he really messes up a block. He gets the job done. All the time. Thatís something you donít often see in young linemen.Gabe Ward: The Redskins have a few Pro Bowlers and tone setters on the OL.Iím specifically speaking about Trent Williams (LT) and Brandon Scherff (RG), who play physically and take other playersí souls when they have the opportunity. Its important to have that toughness and attitude when facing the defensive fronts of the NFC East. Does Pierschbacher have that dog in him? Brent Taylor: That is one thing Iím not sure of. Ross has never really stood out as being a particularly nasty or aggressive blocker. Obviously, I donít know him personally Montez Sweat Jersey , so attitude can be kind of tough for me to really comment on, but itís not a trait thatís really showed up on the field, in my opinion. Gabe Ward: Forgive me, but Iím going to say that Alabama offensive linemen have not had nearly the amount of success as their counterparts on defensive side of the ball. Considering ĎBama OL go against some of the top DL and LB talent year after year, what do you think is missing once they get to the NFL? Do you think itís really a strength that Pierschbacher practiced against several 1st round DLs in his career?Brent Taylor: Honestly, I think that Alabamaís biggest issue with putting linemen in the pros is that we tend to take our best linemen, no matter their style, and put them at tackle. Thatís meant that weíve wound up with with a lot of natural guards playing tackle at a college level and then struggling to make the transition to the pros-- and consequently the Tideís guards are generally just not as talented as the tackles. Meanwhile, the centers are generally senior players and more dependable, with the starting center often being just the longest tenured lineman on the team. However, I do think that practicing against top players along the defensive line over the years should have really helped him, not hindered him. When it comes to competitive practice, there is, of course, a sweet spot. Competing against others too much weaker than you can lead to bad habits and reliance on techniques that donít work at a higher level. But playing against people way out of your league leads to confidence issues and means no chance to practice any different techniques. Since Pierschbacher started for 4 years and never got booted out, Iíd say that confidence canít have been a problem. All in all, practicing against guys like Jonathan Allen, DaRon Payne, and Quinnen Williams has to be considered a positive for him.Gabe Ward: Do you have any insights as to how Piersbacherís experience in his career might give him the upper hand in the NFL? He has played on the biggest stage several times in his college career; do you think that helps his ability to be able to come in and hit the ground running?Brent Taylor: Absolutely. Heís versatile, tough, and refined. If he has to start from day 1 due to injuries, you donít have to worry about him screwing up half his assignments and getting jumpy. The dude has started in four straight national championship games, 8 playoff games, and 3 SEC championship matches ó plus two trips to Baton Rouge (the craziest fan base in America) and two trips to Auburn (a cursed home venue that is basically like a Final Destination movie on the football field every time Alabama plays there). Heís done so for four years under the scrutiny of the Alabama fan base-- which is about as unforgiving of mistakes as any youíll find. So donít expect a pro game to daunt him. Gabe Ward: The Redskins value versatility along the offensive line, especially in light of all the injuries these past couple of years. While the Redskins do have a fine starter at center in Chase Roullier, what do you think is Pierschbacherís best position, center or guard? Brent Taylor: Ross was a fine center last year, and I donít remember any issues with snaps or identifying blocks. I donít think you can go wrong with him there. However, 3 years of starting guard experience is tough to ignore, and I think heís more natural there. Heís great at identifying stunts and helping tackles chip guys on the outside, and I think itís a waste to have him slugging it out with a nose tackle every play when he can probably be more effective at guard. Gabe Ward: Could you give us a few words to describe the player we are getting in Ross Pierschbacher? Brent Taylor: Consistent and reliable.I want to thank Brent again for his time spent answering my questions about Pierschbacher. I mentioned to him in my initial email, Ďanother Redskins draft, another Alabama player,í to signal what a core part the players from that program have become to the team. At this rate, with Brent previously working with me on articles about DaíRon Payne and Shaun Dion Hamilton, we may have to put him on retainer. Brent in the main byline as I have done in years past, but the new editor restricts permissions to do that. This is, at minimum, a 50/50 endeavor, with the bulk of the thinking and writing coming from the people gracious enough to answer me, and I want to make sure they get their credit. Iíll likely be including this note for the rest of the series.

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