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The Redskins Top 10 - Is there a new Number One?

Bubbling Under – 11-15

15.  Perry Riley

14.  Kory Lichtensteiger

13.  Tyler Polumbus

12.  Josh Wilson

11.  David Amerson


The Redskins Top 10

10.  Roy Helu Jr., RB – Helu Jr. couldn’t get it going against the Broncos, but he’s still having a good season. LW # 10

9.  Pierre Garcon, WR –  Garcon is still the Redskins number one wide receiver, but his performance has dropped off the pas few games.  LW # 8

8.  Barry Cofield, NT – Cofield is having the best season on the defensive line for the Redskins.  LW # 9

7.  Trent Williams, LT - Williams hadn’t given up a sack all season, but gave up two against the Broncos.  LW # 5

6.  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 # 7

5.  Robert Griffin III, QB –  RGIII is the leader of the team, and for that reason he deserves a high-ranking.  But his performance against Denver has him fall a few spots.  LW # 3

4.  Alfred Morris, RB – What else is new?  Alfred Morris played another really good game against the Broncos.  LW # 6

3.  Ryan Kerrigan, OLB – Kerrigan’s strip of Peyton Manning in the third quarter was one helluva play.  LW # 4

2.  Brian Orakpo, OLB – Kerrigan has more sacks, but Orakpo is having the better all around season between the two.  LW # 1

1.  DeAngelo Hall, CB –  Even though the defense may not show it, DeAngelo Hall may be having the best season of his career.  LW # 2


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