Washington offense looked 'better, not to be confused with good' originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington The Washington Football Team's offensive performance Week 6 against the Giants looked light years ahead of the same group's performance Week 5 against the Rams. In Week 6, Washington rolled up 337 total yards with 24 first downs. In Week 5, Washington finished with 108 total yards and 10 first downs.
With the 2020 NFL season close to the midpoint and the Big Ten season about to kick off to add to the Power 5 action in college football, it's time for another new mock draft for 2021. Since Sporting News' previous mock draft in October, the worst team in the NFL remains the Jets, now also the only winless team left in the league with the unquestioned No. pick.
Even though this is Kyle Allen‘s first season in Washington, the current starting quarterback in D.C. has already managed to pick up insight from veteran quarterback Alex Smith. Via Ryan Homler of NBC Sports Washington, Allen credited Smith with helping him learn more about handling the position at the NFL level. “He’s been extremely helpful [more]