Players Come To The Defense Of Coach Gibbs

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Joe Gibbs might be a Hall of Fame coach, but he is getting heat for using his timeouts early in Sunday’s loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.  Cornerback Fred Smoot says when losses happen, someone has to feel the pressure.  The veteran’s advice is to shake it off and keep moving. 

Offensive tackle Chris Samuels says Gibbs is the best coach he’s played for and has no qualms with calls he makes.  Samuels says the team isn’t properly executing many of the plays called.  Dallas is next on the schedule in Irving, Texas.  Washington has to play without safety Sean Taylor, who’s nursing a sprained knee.  Also on the sideline with a high ankle sprain will be wide receiver James Thrash.  Each was racked up in the loss to the Eagles in Landover.


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