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The Redskins stomped the Carolina Panthers 29-21 Womens Bryce Love Jersey , scored 29 straight points and racked up a season-high 248 rushing yards while improving to 3-9 on the year.Carolina established a commanding 14-0 lead with a pair of touchdowns on first two drives less than 10 minutes into the game. Quarterback Kyle Allen led the Panthers down the field and completed the drives with scores to wide receivers Curtis Samuel and DJ Moore.Washington entered as a 10-point underdog and No. 4 in the 2020 NFL Draft order. Under interim head coach Bill Callahan, the Redskins faced a choice: fight or fold. Despite the objections of some forward-looking fans, they chose the former.Rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. responded to his Carolina counterpart’s strong start and strung together back-to-back field goal drives to make it a one-possession game. Then, Washington played complementary football to perfection in all three phases, which made the playoff-seeking Panthers start to sweat. Punter Tress Way landed the ball at Carolina’s 2-yard line, and Washington’s defense generated a much-needed turnover as cornerback Fabian Moreau intercepted Allen and returned it to the 1-yard line. The offense closed out the drive as running back Derrius Guice powered his way for the score. However, Haskins couldn’t connect with tight end Jeremy Sprinkle on the 2-point conversion, which kept Carolina up, 14-12.Washington had a field goal attempt as the half drew to a close, but kicker Dustin Hopkins’ 45-yard attempt was blocked. Haskins and the offense responded with a six-minute drive that resulted in a 36-yard field goal that wasn’t blocked, so Washington went up 15-14.Later in the third quarter, the Redskins had their backs against the wall at their own 1-yard line. Veteran running back Adrian Peterson delivered for the ‘Skins with a 21-yard run to give the team breathing room, but the drive would ultimately stall.Guice gashed the Panthers along with Peterson and scampered 38 yards down to the 1-yard line, then punched it in on the next play for a touchdown that put Washington up 22-14. The second-year standout would finish with 10 carries for 129 yards and two touchdowns.Not to be outdone, Peterson added a 12-yard touchdown run of his own to put Washington up 29-14, which put the Panthers on the ropes. He finished with 13 carries for 99 yards — an average of 7.6 yards per carry.However, Carolina wouldn’t go away. Allen scrambled and picked up a 17-yard touchdown run, and then the Panthers snapped the longest-active onside kick recovery drought — dating back to 1998 — and gained possession with 1:51 to play in regulation.Carolina marched down to the 1-yard line but was denied on four tries, and the Redskins prevailed as the defense held strong.Both teams had third-down woes, as Washington went 3-for-11 while Carolina was 5-for-16. The Redskins had the superior offense in terms of total yards (362 to 278) and yards per play (6.0 to 3.8).Next, Washington travels to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers (9-3). The Panthers fell to 5-7 with the loss and will look to rebound on the road against the Atlanta Falcons next Sunday. OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP)The Baltimore Ravens‘ unyielding effort to land a big-play receiver finally paid off Friday when nine-year veteran Michael Crabtree signed a three-year contract.Hours after disclosing that the Ravens voided the contract of Washington Redskins wide receiver Ryan Grant following a failed physical, general manager Ozzie Newsome landed Crabtree, who played the past three seasons with the Oakland Raiders.iday morning and signed in the late afternoon.”I always imagined myself being a Raven when I was little,” Crabtree said. ”I came here, loved it and signed on the dotted line.”In two games over the past two years with Oakland, the former 49ers star scorched Baltimore for 13 catches for 170 yards and four touchdowns.Facing the Ravens in the 2012 Super Bowl, Crabtree had five receptions for 109 yards and a touchdown for San Francisco in a 34-31 loss.”Michael has played very well against the Ravens, so we know firsthand the attributes he brings to the game https://www.theredskinslockerroom.com/authentic-terry-mclaurin-jersey ,” Newsome said. ”He is a smart, tough, physical receiver who battles for the ball. We like his temperament and believe he is a good fit for our football team, on and off the field.”The 30-year-old Crabtree played six seasons with San Francisco before joining the Raiders. He has 579 career receptions for 6,870 yards and 51 touchdowns in 125 career games.The 6-1, 215-pound Crabtree has totaled at least 85 catches in a season three times, including a career-high 89 in 2016. He has twice surpassed 1,000 yards receiving in a season.Crabtree joins former Arizona receiver John Brown as new potential targets for quarterback Joe Flacco, who directed a lackluster passing attack that last year ranked 27th in the NFL.Almost as soon as the Ravens cleared out their lockers following a 9-7 finish in 2017, Newsome set out to improve the weakest facet of a team that’s missed the playoffs in each of the past three seasons.”If you dial it back to a year ago, we talked about how we wanted to get our defense stronger, and we did that. Then we said we wanted to run the football and we were able to do that,” Newsome said Friday morning, speaking with Brown at his side. ”The next piece is to get a better passing game. If we give Joe some weapons, and we improve in the passing game, maybe that will be enough to help us get over the hump.”Newsome said he withdrew Grant’s four-year contract offer following the exam and after consulting with team doctors and outside physicians.”That’s not a football decision,” Newsome said. ”That’s a medical condition that I have no control over.”Though Grant never missed a game in his four years with the Redskins, Newsome said the physical found an issue with his ankle.”We knew he had had an ankle injury in the latter part of the season with the Redskins,” Newsome said. ”But he had passed their postseason physical, so we had no indication that it could have been there.”Brown played four seasons with Arizona before signing a one-year contract this week with Baltimore.”The thing about John is, he can take the top off of the defense,” Newsome said. ”A lot of times when you go with a vertical receiver, they have a very limited route tree. John does not. John can run every route in the route tree. The other aspect of this that attracted John to us is that we feel like his best football is still in front of him.”Brown, two years removed from a 1,000-yard season, expects to ring up big numbers with Baltimore.”I felt like this was the best fit for me,” he said. ”They like to use a lot of receivers with speed. I feel like I can come in and help this team.”Newsome said he ”has not closed the door” on re-signing receivers Michael Campanaro and Mike Wallace, and has been ”having conversations” with several tight ends.—

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