John Keim ESPN Staff Writer
Quarterback Kirk Cousins had a bad first series. He threw off his back foot under duress – he had nothing on the ball – over the middle and was lucky it wasn't intercepted. On the next play, Cousins made another bad decision after looking to his left he threw an out to the right where the corner, Corey White, was all over Rashad Ross. Cousins' bad decision resulted in an interception. Those back-to-back plays are ones where he must be smarter.