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Ryan Kerrigan -- C
Before the game, I was giddy to know that Ryan Kerrigan would be going against former Redskins tackle Sean Locklear on the right side. Kerrigan has moves that could plant Locklear in his tracks and make Eli Manning a sitting duck.
How about the complete opposite?
Perry Riley -- B
Finishing the game with five tackles was nice, but Perry Riley was more impressive in coverage.
Riley is a solid inside backer in the 3-4 scheme and I would expect him to get better as the year goes on. His recognition should improve and his tackling angles are still in progress.
London Fletcher -- C+
After a couple missed tackles to start the game and looking slow in coverage, London Fletcher looked a little better in the second half. Still, Fletcher wasn't himself.
At the end of the game, Fletcher was on the sidelines walking gingerly with a reported hamstring injury.
Rob Jackson -- A
Although not quite on a consistent basis, Rob Jackson has been a good replacement for the injured Brian Orakpo.
Today, Jackson came up with a big pass-deflection at the line, a half sack and a game-changing interception.
Lorenzo Alexander -- B+
Another game with more playing time for Lorenzo Alexander and we could see more of him depending on how serious London Fletcher's injury is.
Alexander helped to provide the Redskins with a little pass-rush today. Something this team has to find.