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The Redskins Top 10 - Player Power Rankings - Week 7

Bubbling Under – 11-15

15.  Josh Wilson

14.  London Fletcher

13.  Will Montgomery

12.  Kory Lichtensteiger

11.  Perry Riley

 

The Redskins Top 10

10.  Roy Helu Jr., RB – Helu Jr. breaks into the Top 10 this week.  His three TD performance was a huge part of the Redskins victory over the Chicago Bears. LW # 15

9.  Barry Cofield, NT – Cofield had a late sack on Josh McCown that helped seal the win for the Redskins.  LW # 8

8.  Pierre Garcon, WR –  Garcon had a few big catches against the Bears, but it seems Jordan Reed is becoming the Redskins new top receiver.  LW # 6

7.  Jordan Reed, TE – The Rookie has put the league on notice that he is a force to be reckoned with.  He seems to have a great understanding of how to get open, and his athleticism makes him a tough match up for a defense.  LW # 9

6.  Alfred Morris, RB – Another day, another good performance for Morris, as he rushed for 95 yards in week 7.  LW # 7

5.  Trent Williams, LT - Williams kept Bears pass rusher Julius Peppers in check most of the game, and helped RGIII have a big day.  LW # 5

4.  Ryan Kerrigan, OLB – Kerrigan had a solid game against the Bears, but others stood out a little more, so he falls a few spots.  He’s still playing very well on the season though.  LW # 2

3.  Robert Griffin III, QB – RGIII had his best game of the season against the Bears, both passing and running, so he moves up a spot this week to number 3.  LW # 4

2.  DeAngelo Hall, CB –  Hall covered Brandon Marshall for most of the game, and although Marshall starting getting open late, Hall still did a good job against him in coverage.  LW # 3

1.  Brian Orakpo, OLB – Orakpo had a pick six off a deflection against the Bears.  The TD was a difference maker in the game.  LW # 1

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