By By JP Finlay
The Redskins make their home debut on Sunday at 1 p.m. against the Indianapolis Colts, but full coverage starts on NBC Sports Washington at noon!
The Redskins dominated Arizona in Week 1, rolling to a 24-6 win and controlling the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. That's great and all, but one week later, fans want to know if the momentum is real.
Washington will make their home debut on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, and based on Week 1 performances, the Redskins will be expected to win. They don't play the games on paper though.
For the Redskins to get to 2-0 for the first time since 2011, here are four factors to watch:
For years, however, the Redskins have struggled to produce consistent efforts. The Redskins have not started 2-0 since 2011, and have not won a home opener since 2014. This Redskins team feels different. The vibe was different throughout training camp, and the team has more veteran leaders on the field in guys like Alex Smith and Adrian Peterson along with Josh Norman and Ryan Kerrigan. This team has talent, and this team should win Sunday at FedEx Field. It's their turn to prove that this year things are...