What we learned: 5 Redskins that have emerged

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 #13 Anthony Armstrong

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se has featured no offensive weapons outside of Cooley and Moss for the last few years. Wide out Anthony Armstrong changed that right away. In the  preseason Armstrong was Mcnabb’s go to guy. The wide receiver core was considered a weak spot going into the season, with Santana Moss and Joey Galloway starting. Armstrong made an impact right away and really set up Moss for having one his best years. Anthony Armstrong was a threat with Moss on the field, tallying up 44 receptions for 871 yards in the leagues 8th ranked pass offense. Armstrong also contributed 3 touchdowns and seemed to make the plays when they counted the most. Armstrong definitely appears to have a bright season ahead of him in Washington as long as the front office resigns Santana Moss or adds a true number one wide out.