The Redskins offensive line has struggled throughout the 2014 season, routinely allowing five or more sacks and making little impact in the run game.
Somebody has needed to make a play for the Redskins’ defense all year long. On Saturday against the Eagles they got not one, but two plays.
DeSean Jackson had another big game against his former teammates.
The Redskins have been waiting for a play like Bashaud Breeland’s fourth-quarter interception all year long.
Redskins outside linebacker Trent Murphy suffered a broken right in the first quarter of Saturday’s 27-24 victory over the Eagles and did not return.