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Redskins in relatively good hands with Cousins

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Washington comfortable if other rookie must start ASHBURN -- He learned from his own mistakes. In his first action of the season, Kirk Cousins remembered trying to force a pass on the Redskins' final drive. It was intercepted, and the Redskins lost. Cousins learned from watching Robert Griffin III, too. He can't run like Griffin, but that doesn't mean he has to stand still in the pocket,...

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