Ron Rivera on Taylor Heinicke’s performance in win over Falcons: ‘Umm Taylor’
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The Washington Commanders improved to 7-5 in the season after Sunday's 19-13 win over the Atlanta Falcons. It was another win for Washington, largely due to final possession as the defense made a big play to give the Commanders their sixth win in seven games.
Washington's offense was enough for the win, amassing a total of 314 yards, 176 of which were on the ground. Quarterback Taylor Heinicke completed 14 of 23 passes for 138 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.
Afterwards, head coach Ron Rivera was asked how he would describe Heinicke's performance.
"Um, Taylor," Rivera said. "It's what we would expect, do a few games, do a few things, but then come over and do this game that's going to ignite things. And I think that touchdown throw for [TE] John Bates was great, I mean he went through his progressions and got it to him and he's doing that. He's just a scrappy player."
The throw at Bates was a terrific throw and in the end the crucial point for a victory for Washington. However, Heinicke left a few points on the field. Under pressure, he missed for a touchdown in the back endzone for wide receiver Terry McLaurin. In the end, the commanders kicked a field goal.
There was also the late first-half interception after Washington's defense forced a turnover down. The commanders had timeouts and the ball in Atlanta territory, but Heinicke's first attempt on the drive was intercepted.
So, yes, it's the roller coaster that Heinicke is.
You can't say the commanders are winning despite Heinicke because he's making winning games every week. But if Washington is to continue their recent game against better teams, Heinicke will need to limit errors and turn some of those red-zone possessions into touchdowns.
Story originally appeared on Commanders Wire
December 4, 9:00 p.m
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