Note: In a game where the Redskins dropped a league-wide season-high TEN passes, it's tough to even look at this wide receiver group.
Josh Morgan -- B
Troubled with a couple drops of his own, Josh Morgan was still one of the brighter pieces of the Redskins performance today. He was the only receiver that seemed to create separation and he demonstrated his threat after the catch.
Morgan's blocking should also not go unnoticed. Although it's not a glamorous part of the position, Morgan commits himself to blocking on the outside and he does a pretty good job.
Morgan finished the game with five catches for 46 yards.
Leonard Hankerson -- C
Ugly game for Hank, today. Amongst dropped passes, Leonard Hankerson also struggled to block and he didn't look like his head was in the game.
Although the Redskins eventually scored on the drive, Hankerson dropped a sure touchdown in the first half that could have made the score even worse for Washington.
Santana Moss -- B
Another decent game for the veteran, as Santana Moss hauled in four passes for 21 yards and the Redskins only touchdown.
Still without Pierre Garcon, Griffin appears to have adjusted to Moss and now uses him as one of the reliable targets in the offense.
Dezmon Briscoe -- C
As much as we want to get excited about his size, Dezmon Briscoe hasn't turned the corner in Washington.
With Garcon out, Briscoe has some opportunities to impress coaches and remind them why he belongs. But the concentration issues that we saw today and lack of speed isn't a good start.
Niles Paul -- B
Improved blocking from previous weeks is an exciting sign from Niles Paul after the Redskins lost starting tight end Fred Davis for the year.
As a converted wide receiver, Paul can obviously catch the ball. But putting everything together to complete the tight end position is what's important.
Paul did pull in the Redskins longest play of the day when he ran a wide crossing pattern and Griffin found him for a 37-yard gain.
Logan Paulsen -- B
After losing Fred Davis, Logan Paulsen has stepped into the starting role and fans have a reason to rest easy.
Although Paulsen doesn't bring the speed of Davis, I would say he's a better blocker that continues to improve and he's a reliable target on offense.
Paulsen finished the game with four catches for 43 yards.