Which Washington Commanders' news stories are hitting the headlines following their dramatic comeback victory at the Denver Broncos?
Well, who would have thought it?
Just when it looked like the Washington Commanders were down and out, a stunning fightback snatched victory from the jaws of defeat as Ron Rivera's men beat the Denver Broncos and moved themselves to 2-0 for the campaign so far.
Of course, the headlines were plentiful in the game's immediate aftermath. Among the stories generating column inches include Micah Parsons issuing a warning to the Commanders, Sam Howell's assessment, Rivera's delight, and Chase Young setting his own tone after a fantastic return.
Let's delve into each topic in more detail.
Micah Parsons issues warning to Commanders
Starting the campaign 2-0 was better than most envisaged for the Washington Commanders before competitive action began. There is a long way to go, obviously, but things seem different from the mundane football fans were forced to sit through under Dan Snyder's ownership.
Their success is not going unnoticed around the league or from Washington's NFC East rivals. When wide receiver Jahan Dotson posted a celebratory tweet after getting off the field, his former Penn State teammate and Dallas Cowboys edge rusher Micah Parsons issued a stark warning to the Commanders.
Dallas looks like a formidable outfit after winning their first two games. The Commanders don't see the Cowboys until Thanksgiving, so just where each team will be by that point is anyone's guess.
Still, it's nice that people seem to be taking the Commanders seriously at long last.