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There was a lot of laughter and smiles in the Washington

Redskins' locker room , the exact opposite of what was happening down the hall where the New York Giants were dressing.It's the difference between winning and losing.The Redskins (5-2) are winning these days. They won their third in a row and kept their 1陆-game lead in the NFC East with a 20-13 win over the hapless Giants, who are 1-7 for the second consecutive season."We feel good, but, we can't get too excited," said Adrian Peterson, who rushed for 149 yards and scored two touchdowns, one on a 64-yard run and the other on a 7-yard reception. "We know there's a lot we need to work on, and that we can improve on. So, we'll take this win for what it is, and get ready for this next game."Washington, who got two interceptions by D.J. Swearinger Dallas Cowboys T-Shirt , returns home to face Atlanta on Sunday. The Giants have a bye but their future may change in the next two days.The NFL trading deadline is Tuesday. New York dealt cornerback Eli Apple and defensive tackle Damon Harrison last week. There could be more moves with cornerback Janoris Jenkins, linebacker Olivier Vernon and probably anybody else who will bring assets to help rebuild a team that has four wins in 24 games.Quarterback Eli Manning, who was sacked seven times, indicated he wants to stay and won't waive his no-trade clause."Everyone wants to win," said Manning, who threw for 316 yards. "No one likes this feeling after a game. That is what you are fighting for. You prepare to feel good about the work that goes in. Guys are working hard, practicing hard and doing all of the right things."They just aren't winning.RUN DEFENSEThe key to the Redskins success has been their defense, particularly against the run. Washington has held opponents under 100 yards in four straight games and five of seven. A week after limiting Ezekiel Elliott of Dallas to 34 yards, rookie Saquon Barkley of the Giants was held to 38 on 13 carries, with a long of 9 yards.Redskins linebacker Zach Brown said he was yappy with Barkley, the No. 2 pick in the draft."Come here rook Dallas Cowboys Hats ," Brown recalled. "We want to introduce you to this game real quick. We don't care what round you are. You can be All Pro. We don't care. We just emphasis the run. You are not running the ball."PETERSON-BARKLEYThe first meeting of Peterson and Saquon Barkley was clearly won by the veteran. The 33-year-old gained a season-high 149 yards on 26 carries, capped by a late 64-yard touchdown that iced the game. He also caught his first TD pass with Washington. He passed Tony Dorsett for No. 9 in league history and now has 12,863 yards. He is the fourth player in the NFL with at least 140 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown in a single game at age 33 or older, joining John Henry Johnson (1964), John Riggins (1984) and De Angelo Williams (2016). Barkley, the second pick overall in the draft, gained 38 yards rushing on 13 carries and caught nine passes for 73 yards.MIFFED SWEARINGERSwearinger was angry because Pro Football Focus listed him as their top safety and didn't post his picture. He took it out on the Giants."This was the first week they didn't put the number one's picture up," Swearinger said. "I feel like that was disrespect so I tweeted them and said make sure they watch this game today, because I wanted to show them that I am the best safety in this game and I'm going to keep doing that every game, week in and week out, so they just got to get mad at me."SACK CITYThe Giants offensive line has struggled all season Dallas Cowboys Womens Hoodie , but this was their worst effort. They allowed Manning to be sacked a season-high seven times. He now has been sacked 31 times this season. "I didn't know it was that many," center Spencer Pulley said. "That's ridiculous. That's something we can't allow, at all."Manning said each sack had its own story. Some were coverage sacks. Some were linemen getting beat. Some were him not getting the ball out fast enough."I think we've got to get the run game going," tackle Nate Solder said. "There's some other things we need to work at. If we could get that going, that would solve some other problems."BECKHAM PRODUCINGOdell Beckham, Jr. had eight receptions for 136 yards. He caught eight passes for 143 yards last week in Atlanta. This is the first time he's had at least eight receptions in each of two consecutive games since Nov. 1-8, 2015, when he had eight and then nine at New Orleans and Tampa Bay. These are his first consecutive 100-yard games since he had six in a row in 2015.Around the NFL: No catch for Julio, no deal for Le’Veon, big debut for rookie Shaquem Griffin dominate week one headlines Oh No, Julio! Falcons latest team on the end of controversial catch ruleThe NFL officiating crews are never going to allow the Dallas Cowboys fan base to forget that controversial Dez Bryant “no catch” call that happened three and a half years ago. Not when they still seem to have issues defining what a catch is in this league. There was the Jesse James overturned touchdown catch against the Patriots just last season. This year was no different as Julio Jones was on the wrong side of the ruling in week one:Jones clearly got underneath that ball and used his own helmet to secure the catch Womens Customized Dallas Cowboys Jerseys , which is allowed in the NFL. It’s pure silliness that this play wasn’t called a catch but the NFL’s explanation is that the ball was obscured from view:Will the NFL ever be able to clearly define a catch? It remains to be seen.Le’Veon Bell’s holdout situation with the Steelers is way past uglyWhere Earl Thomas has begrudgingly ended his holdout and reported to the Seahawks facilities, Le’Veon Bell is prepared to leave money on the table. The Steelers haven’t found common ground with two-time All-Pro and he’s been MIA to start the season. This week things took another turn when Steelers veteran guard and union rep Ramon Foster let his feelings be known:Teammates should never get involved in these types of ordeals and especially when they are their team’s union rep. As frustrating as it can be to not have one of your best players, Bell is just trying to maximize his value which is something all players should try to do.Then again, Bell’s contract situation has been just one aspect of a complicated relationship he’s had with the Steelers organization:Shaquem Griffin set to start for the Seahawks in place of K.J. WrightWhat a great story Shaquem Griffin has been but now he’s ready to show that the real story is what he does on the field. Griffin fell to the fifth round of the draft because of a missing left hand that was amputated at four-years old. Teams may have overlooked him a little during the draft process but this a pretty good linebacker. When you watched his college tape you saw a relentless defender that didn’t let his disability define him. He has speed and explosion that the Seahawks desperately need with the absence of K.J. Wright in week one. He’s a very determined young player, looking to show that he belongs in the NFL alongside his brother Shaquill Griffin, who happens to play corner for the ‘Hawks. Shaquem knows what will be expected of him and his brother has been testing him all week:Everyone around the NFL will have an eye on Shaquem Griffin as he makes his debut. If the preseason was any indicator, Griffin will be a great find for the Seattle Seahawks as a weakside linebacker.


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