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The Washington Redskins Top 10 - Player Power Rankings - Week 4

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Which Players have been the top ten performers for the Washington Redskins this season?  Riggo’s Rag takes a look.  Does your favorite Redskin make the list?

 

Bubbling Under –  Will Montgomery, Leonard Hankerson,  Perry Riley,  Stephen Bowen, David Amerson

10.  Jordan Reed, TE – The Rookie has played well so far, but is out against the Raiders with a thigh injury.  LW #

9.  Kory Lichtensteiger, RG – Lichtensteiger is rated as one of the top guards in the NFL so far this season by Pro Football Focus   LW #

8.  Barry Cofield, NT – Cofield has been the most consistent defensive lineman for the Redskins.  LW #

7.  Alfred Morris, RB – Morris was on pace for a 100 yard game against the Raiders before he had to leave with a rib injury.  LW #

6.  DeAngelo Hall, CB –  Hall has scored two defensive TD’s for the team, and typically covers the other team’s best receiver

5.  Trent Williams, LT - The Redskins Left Tackle has not given up a sack so far this season.  However, RGIII’s mobility may have something to do with that too.  LW #

4.  Robert Griffin III, QB – RGIII had no turnovers against the Raiders and began to flash his form from last season late in the game.  Once he shakes off more rust, I expect RGIII to move up higher in the rankings.  LW #

3.  Brian Orakpo, OLB – Orakpo exploded against the Raiders with two sacks, and had some other big stops.  LW #

2.  Pierre Garcon, WR –  Garcon is on pace to have his best season as a pro, and has emerged as RGIII’s top target with 29 receptions.  LW #

1.  Ryan Kerrigan, OLB – Kerrigan leads the Redskins defense with 5 sacks this season, and even though the Redskins have played poorly on defense overall, Kerrigan’s performance has stood out.  LW #

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