Little has gone right for the Redskins early in the 2016 season - the team has lost two home games to open the year and some cracks already appear to be showing in the team's foundation.
Despite the turmoil, cornerback Josh Norman has played great for Washington.
Signed to a $75 million contract this offseason, pressure mounted on Norman the moment he inked his Redskins deal.
Add in an offseason of flashy quotes and criticism from other players, and it has not been the easiest transition for Norman to go from Carolina to Washington. Regardless of the pressure, Norman's delivered on the field.
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In Sunday's loss to the Cowboys, Norman made an impressive play, forcing a fumble from Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliot. On the play, Norman bolted to the line of scrimmage from the edge and attacked the ball, knocking it loose from the rookie.
His teammates were impressed.
"As soon as they snapped the ball, Josh has like, a kill switch," 'Skins cornerback Dashaun Phillips said (watch the full video above). "He pulled that trigger so fast. As soon as he hit him, the ball just popped out."
Phillips capitalized on the fumble by diving on it and giving the Redskins offense possession. For Norman, it marked one more ball-hawking play, a trait he's flashed a few times through two games.
In the opener, it looked like Norman forced a fumble from Steelers wideout Antonio Brown. Referees blew the play an incomplete pass, and the 'Skins coaches challenged but lost. Norman made a similar play against Dez Bryant on Sunday, though it was also blown incomplete.
"Josh has got a kill switch, and when he cut it on, it’s on," Phillips said.
The start hasn't been what Norman or the Redskins wanted, but Norman has been just what the Redskins wanted when the team signed him.