By Ed Benkin
PHILADELPHIA (CBS)–The last time the Eagles and Redskins met was opening night. The Eagles expect a tougher test in Sunday’s rematch.
On the first week of the season, the Eagles put on a dazzling display on the Redskins’ home turf before holding on for a six-point victory. Washington Quarterback Robert Griffin III was still recovering from a knee injury in the opener, and Coach Chip Kelly expects to see a more mobile RGIII on Sunday.
“He was coming off the injury and didn’t get any live reps in camp,” said Kelly. “He’s a lot different now. Offensively, I think they’re in the top five or ten in the league in rushing and passing and total offense.”
Linebacker DeMeco Ryans and the Eagles defense shut down Washington in the first half of the opener. The Redskins made things close in the second half when Griffin began to settle…
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