Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden is confident Kirk Cousins will improve his performance

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Even though Washington Redskins losses continue to accumulate, coach Jay Gruden refuses to replace quarterback Kirk Cousins.

Gruden insists the player will improve his game, and wants to let him play another two-interception game, one day after the team lost 34-20 to the New York Jets. The coach believes in Cousins, who has thrown eight interceptions in six games for the 2-4 Redskins.

“Kirk gives us the best chance to win, still,” coach Gruden said. “I want to see him fight through this. That’s going to be the making of a strong person, a strong football player. How they react to some tough times and how they improve. I’m excited to see him bounce back and have a big bounce-back game this week and the coming weeks. We’ll see how it goes.”

Coach Jay Gruden decision remains under review, in part because Cousins is replacing Robert Griffin III, who is the No. 3 passer after Colt McCoy.

In the past six games, Cousins has completed 66.2 percent of his passes for 1,420 yards, six touchdowns and eight interceptions. The player has thrown two interceptions in a game four times this season.

“Over the course of the game and over the course of these six games, he’s made some good decisions and some great throws,” according to Gruden. “We tend to reflect on the negative ones, and he’s had a few. There have been a few. But there have been a few in just about every quarterback that has played this year. We’re trying to coach off the things he’s struggled with, hopefully learn from them.”

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