"You must score points," Rouhier continued. "He must be better than he's been passing the football. He must be accurate, he must have the ball out on time, he can not run into pressure when there isn't any, he needs to be better than he has been. They can not win scoring what they've scored over the last four weeks where they've averaged 18 (per) game."
"Take advantage of them," Paulsen said. "You know what doesn't matter? How bad a defense is if you don't play well against them."
"The Giants traded one of their top defensive lineman, one of their starting corner backs, and were without a linebacker. One in all three levels (of defense). It meant nothing for this passing game. At some point you gotta show something," Paulsen said.
The recipe for Redskins success on Sunday is simple: Alex Smith beating a bad defense. Can he do it?