Allowing big plays the only constant for once steady Redskins D
ASHBURN, Va. -- During the offense's spurts and stumbles of the past two years, the Washington Redskins could rely on assistant coach Gregg Williams' smothering, hard-hitting defense.
Not any more. The only consistent thing about the defense in 2006 is the big plays it has allowed in every game.
"We're frustrated," cornerback Carlos Rogers said Monday. "It's something you're mad about. We're all competitors out there, and we hate the fact that we look like that. We've given up so many yards."
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