Today's print-edition story focused on the Redskins' lack of production from players not named Santana Moss or Chris Cooley. The two receivers behind Moss - Joey Galloway and Anthony Armstrong - are tied with seven receptions apiece entering Sunday's game against the Colts.
Since Armstrong's 84-yard performance last week against Green Bay, there's been a lot more chatter among fans about the team's No. 2 receiver spot. Galloway has started opposite Moss for all five games this season, though Armstrong has been building a compelling case for more playing time.
Asked whether Armstrong might be ready to start, offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said, "He was in the starting lineup last week."