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Trent Williams -- A
Despite leaving the game early with a right leg injury, Trent Williams made a big difference when he was in the game today. In fact, losing him justifies this grade just as much as his play does.
Following the game, Williams stated that he'll undergo an MRI on Monday. The good news is, Williams tried to return to the game and actually played a few snaps. Although he was quickly substituted due to lack of explosiveness, that would at least rule out a significant ligament injury.
Jordan Black -- C
Given the circumstances, Jordan Black played better than expected at left tackle following Williams' injury.
What people need to remember is that Shanahan called this guy and brought him off the street after nearly a year of no football. Black still appears undersized, but his movement was impressive in his first action of the year.
I won't use the word 'comfortable', but Jordan Black may be a decent insurance policy for those mid-game emergencies.
Kory Lichtensteiger -- A
The left side remains the Redskins' strong side and Kory Lichtensteiger is a big part of that.
Like I said last week, it's great to see 'Steiger making a full recovery this season after an ugly ACL tear last year. He's a cog on the Redskins offensive line.
Will Montgomery -- B
Admittedly so, I was critical of him to start the year. But Will Montgomery is forcing me to eat those words after a third straight week of solid play at the center position.
I do believe that Griffin's mobility makes life easier for a lot linemen and, in turn, makes them look better during live action. But Monty seems legitimately improved.
Chris Chester -- B-
Unfortunately, Chris Chester's side is blown-up from the outside on a regular basis. Not necessarily his fault, but I think his play suffers from it at times.
Tyler Polumbus -- D
Unless it's Rex Grossman, I don't like to constantly bash a certain player. At the end of the day, I'm the couch quarterback and they're the pros.
However, when it comes to Tyler Polumbus playing right tackle, I have no choice. He has been the least ineffective of any offensive linemen for the Redskins this season and Griffin feels constant pressure from the right side.
The only saving grace for Polumbus is the fact that Griffin always has an eye on his right side and he has wheels for feet. If he weren't mobile, Griffin would be fish food by way of the right side.