Washington Redskins Game Against the St. Louis Rams on September 20 from SuperStarTickets.com

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In a Nutshell

The Redskins’ bolstered OL faces off against the Rams’ frightening front four during week two of the 2015 season

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The Deal

  • One ticket to see the Washington Redskins take on the St. Louis Rams, courtesy of SuperStarTickets.com
  • When: Sunday, September 20, at 1 p.m.
  • $110 for seating in sections 109–113 or 130–134 ($138.10 value)
  • $180 for Club Level seating in sections 301–303, 319–324, or 340–342 ($680.55 value)
  • $215 for Field level end zone seating in sections 4-18 or 25-39 with food ($690.70 value)

The Club Level concourse is enclosed with furnished lounges, big screen televisions, food courts, and multiple bars. It also features free Wi-Fi. Guests with a ticket for the Club Level may enjoy the amenities at any time during the event.

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The Scouting Report

This past offseason, the Redskins made bolstering their offensive line a priority: during April’s draft, the team spent the fifth overall pick on 6’5”, 320-pound tackle Brandon Scherff, whose sheer strength figures to make him the first guy his teammates ask to help them move for years to come. Though the season is still very young, Washington has already seen the benefits of its upgrades. Squaring off against a stout Miami defensive line in week one, Washington allowed just one sack, and running back Alfred Morris averaged nearly five yards per carry. Scherff and Co. face another big test—and the potential to make major strides—in week two against a Rams defense whose dominant front four nevertheless helped allow 31 points in its first outing.

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