Redskins Special Teams Grades - 2013

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4. Coverage Units - The Redskins coverage units were by far the worst in the NFL.  Former head coach Mike Shanahan blamed this on the cap penalties preventing him from signing better special teams players.  But does it really take signing free agents to improve the special teams, or is it just a lack of execution?  Either way, the Redskins gave up a league leading 4 kickoff and punt returns for touchdowns combined, and a few other long returns that just missed being touchdowns.  There’s no way the Redskins can receive a positive grade on this.

2013 Grade:  F

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  • Adam Banig

    Kai was 18/22, (2 of those were blocked by Lawrence Guy of SD), take those away he’s 20/22, he made his last 14 field goals of the season, and didn’t miss a kick since SD in week 9.

    Yes, his kick offs aren’t the best and he wasn’t perfect like last year, but he deserves a B, IMO.