The Washington Redskins placed Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie on the IR list and officially signed outside linebacker Noah Spence on Wednesday.
Three days earlier, during the first quarter of Washington's Week 2 loss to Dallas, Rodgers-Cromartie limped off the the field with an apparent left leg or ankle injury.
The cornerback eventually returned to game action.
In his two games played so far this season, Rodgers-Cromartie has seven combined tackles (five solo).
Rodgers-Cromartie is in his 12th year in the NFL, his first with the Redskins. He was previously selected to the Pro Bowl twice: once with Arizona in 2009 and once with the Giants in 2015.
Last year, while with the Raiders, Rodgers-Cromartie retired in late October after seven games with Oakland. But his retirement was short-lived and the Redskins signed the cornerback in March.
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Getting blown out by the New York Jets, one would think that any touchdown the Redskins would potentially score when trailing 34-3 would mean nothing. In most cases, that would be correct.
But when Dwayne Haskins connected with Derrius Guice for a 45-yard score, it was actually a very notable touchdown.
The touchdown is important for multiple reasons. One being that it is Haskins' first NFL touchdown. Making his first home start, the quarterback didn't have the performance many would have hoped for. But, he does now have one touchdown.
While it was the first for Haskins, it was also the first for Guice. The second-year running back who has missed a lot of time with injuries returned for the Week 11 battle and show the playmaking ability that has many excited to see him on the field.
Last, but definitely not least, the score put an end to the horrid touchdown-drought the Redskins had been in. Before Guice crossed the goal line, Washington hadn't scored in 16 quarters. Yes, that is the equivalent to four games.
But alas, the Redskins have a touchdown and so do Haskins and Guice. Sunday was a disappointing day, but at least there was this moment.
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The Redskins played the Jets and Washington provided the FedEx Field crowd one of the worst performances in the last decade.
The team was terrible in nearly every facet. The Jets scored 34 points and somebody named Ryan Griffin had more than 100 yards receiving and a touchdown.
Washington did have one very legit highlight: Rookie QB Dwayne Haskins connected with second-year RB Derrius Guice for a 45-yard touchdown. Guice did almost all of the work, as it was a screen pass from Haskins, but the running back showed vision and speed going down the sideline and avoiding tacklers as he got into the end zone. And then he connected with Jeremy Sprinkle for a second one a few minutes later. Unfortunately, the game was long over by then.
Beyond that, it was ugly for the Redskins.
- Sam Darnold and the Jets took the opening kickoff and marched down the field for a quick touchdown. It was a sign of things to come, as Darnold finished the first half with three TDs and had four TDs in the game. Darnold carved up the Redskins secondary and frequently had open wide receivers streaking through the middle of the field. Darnold finished the game with 19 completions on 30 attempts with just one interception. Good day.
- Coming into the game, the Redskins ranked 31st in the NFL at defending third downs. Washington was giving up first downs on 50 percent of third downs this season, and with five minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Redskins defense was right on track. The Jets had converted five of 10 third downs. The defense was just awful.
- Dwayne Haskins was bad in this game, his second start and his first time at home. Haskins completed 19 of 35 passes and threw a terrible interception in the fourth quarter. There was one incredible play from Haskins, where he connected on a deep pass to Terry McLaurin after scrambling out of the pocket. The throw was gorgeous and showed off Haskins' arm, but in the end, it didn't matter. The play was called back on a holding penalty.
- For the most devoted Redskins fans, here's a bit of good news. Coming into this game the Redskins had not scored a touchdown in more than a month. Well, when Guice got into the end zone, that streak snapped. So congrats.
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