Taking Stock of the Washington Redskins After 2 Preseason Games

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Taking Stock of the Washington Redskins After 2 Preseason Games
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John Beck is among those Washington Redskins players "going up" following Friday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.

In their first two preseason contest the Washington Redskins have looked absolutely dominant. The team outgained the Pittsburgh Steelers and Indianapolis Colts, 867 to 336, in combined yardage.

Certainly numbers like that give reason for the team to be optimistic.  But the Redskins have been playing on an 80-yard field for the most part, unable to move the ball inside the red zone.

A bounty of drives stalled inside the 20-yard line leaving countless points off the board.  The only person benefiting from the team's red zone troubles thus far is place kicker Graham Gano, who is perfect on the preseason.

Gano is among the Redskins players who took an elevator ride up in status following Friday night's performance against the Colts.  But he wasn't alone on the lift.  Here are nine other players that joined him; some are going up, some going down and some on their way out of Washington altogether.

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