Posted by Will Brinson
The already suspect Redskins secondary (you may recall something last week about giving up passing yards to this Michael Vick fella) will be hurting even more on Sunday, as both LaRon Landry and Carlos Rogers are out for Washington's game in Tennessee.
Chris Johnson is the biggest gamechanger for the Titans, of course, but this could mean a big day for Vince Young and possibly result in Randy Moss finally getting on track with his new(est) team.
For the Redskins offense, they'll be missing Ryan Torain but Clinton Portis will reportedly (according to Adam Schefter of ESPN) return to the field and make a start for Washington.
Chris Russell of ESPN 980 in D.C. says the decision for Landry and Rogers to sit was made "much earlier in the week than yesterday" but kept secret in order to maintain a competitive advantage for Washington.
But a quick in team passing defenses for the season shows that for Washington -- who ranks next-to-last in the NFL, ahead of only the matador-like Houston Texans -- it really might not matter who they put back there.
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