2013 Redskins Awards – Most Valuable Player

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2. DeAngelo Hall, CB - DeAngelo Hall led the Redskins in interceptions in 2013 with 4.  He also led the team in passes defensed with 13.  He was fifth on the team in tackles with 78, and he also scored 2 TD’s in 2013.  One on a pick six, and the other on a fumble return.  Hall was also second on the team in forced fumbles with 3 on the season.

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Topics: Alfred Morris, Brian Orakpo, Pierre Garcon, Washington Redskins

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  • Anton

    I would argue it’s a close call between Orakpo and Williams. Garcon was awesome, but Orakpo has developed into one of the most complete 34 olbs in the league, and Williams is as you said rated as the bestLT in the game, while in reality he is probably at least a top 3 LT. How much worse would RG3 have looked if Compton was starting at LT? Williams and Orakpo took over games in a way that Garcon, while a solid number one, can’t really do. I just mean Garcon isn’t going to go for 300 yards in a game like megatron or Gordon.

    • http://fanonfiresportswire.com/ Maurice Barksdale

      You make some good points Anton. I think if Orakpo had been dominant the majority of the season, then it would definitely be him. But he wasn’t as consistent the whole season, like Williams and Garcon were. So I would have to rank them above him.