Giants vs. Redskins: Fred Davis Catches Career-High 100 Receiving Yards
The Redskins have taken the Giants to the woodshed in the second half, and a lot of Washington players have been benefactors: Ryan Kerrigan, Rex Grossman and Tim Hightower to name a few.
But what about Fred Davis? After years of sitting behind Chris Cooley on the depth chart, Davis had a career game today, catching five balls for 105 yards.
Rex Grossman has had a tremendous game, completing 21 of 34 passes for 305 yards (2 touchdowns). And the most important thing is that he did not throw any interceptions.
The Giants' offense looked very inconsistent. A lot of forcing the ball down the field with little rhythm. Their run game was nonexistent.
The Redskins, on the other hand, looked solid. They pounded the ball in between the tackles to setup deep vertical passes, and kept the Giants defense on their toes all game.
Eli Manning looked terrible in today's game. His accuracy was off and his ability to read the Redskins' defensive sets and pick up the blitz were awful.
Washington's ability to move the football, coupled with their constant big plays, was the reason the Redskins cruised to victory against their division rivals, 28-14. A great start to the Redskins' season for sure.
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