His teammates left in a hurry, anxious to do anything but talk about this game. Meanwhile, Redskins linebacker LaVar Arrington sat on a table in the trainer's room, tending to nicks and bruises on his legs and having some fingers wrapped.
November 17, 2002
The Redskins understand exactly where they are at this point in the season. And it's why there were so many grumpy faces at Redskins Park. After an ugly defeat at Jacksonville, the Redskins realize time is running out heading into Sunday's game at New York.
November 16, 2002
Running back Stephen Davis will start, but coach Steve Spurrier said he's not certain how much Davis can play. He missed the past two and a half games with a sprained knee, but has practiced all week. Davis did more running and cutting during practice, but, Spurrier said, until he does it in a game the Redskins aren't sure what he can do.
November 15, 2002
<strong>What to look for in Sunday's 4:05 p.m. contest.</strong><BR> Offensive player to watch: Quarterback Shane Matthews. He's never played a bad game in this stadium. Granted, all those games occured in college, but sometimes a place just feels right. In three games against Georgia in Jacksonville, Matthews completed 65.5 percent of his passes for 948 yards and nine touchdowns. And no interceptions.
November 9, 2002