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ESPN's Stephen A. Smith applauded Washington's Chris Baker for his late hit on Nick Foles.
With DeSean Jackson on the opposite sideline, Jeremy Maclin showed his mettle with a big game on Sunday.
In 2002, the Hugh Douglas sidelined Bears quarterback Jim Miller with a vicious block on an interception return.
Marcus Hayes: This defies belief. As if things weren’t tough enough for the Eagles, things got even harder.
Mike Sielski: Nick Foles got back up and remained in the game after a vicious sequence.
John Smallwood: The Eagles wide receiver corps combined for 21 catches, 262 yards and three touchdowns.
Here is Domo's report card for the Eagles-Redskins game. You can give your grades by clicking here.
There were many reasons that LeSean McCoy seemed stuck in neutral all game Sunday.
Bob Brookover: Although DeSean Jackson had his best game as a Redskin, he left Philly with a loss.
Paul Domowitch: Cornerback Cary Williams blames the tough practices for the slow game starts.
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