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The disparity between the Washington Redskins and their NFC East division counterparts became painfully clear - for the umpteenth time this season - in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 34-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Washington Redskins put the 2011 season out of its misery Sunday. Before (just guessing here) 40,000 occasionally interested fans at Lincoln Financial Field, they were pounded 34-10 by the Philadelphia Eagles — who also had nothing to play for, but had better players to do it with.
With the regular season in the rearview mirror, let's take a look back at the five things I'll remember most about fantasy football 2011.
Fans are calling for Andy Reid's dismissal more vehemently than ever. Assistant coaches are arguing on the sideline. A disgruntled star player isn't giving his best effort.
In honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, it's time to carve up fantasy football's turkeys, those players who gobbled up the preseason hopes you had for them (and possibly your team) and have thus far turned out to be about as satisfying as an overcooked green bean casserole.
Eagles Pro Bowl receiver DeSean Jackson says he has spoken to coach Andy Reid and his teammates, and is ready to move forward after being deactivated Sunday because he missed a meeting.
Within a few days of working for Rob Ryan, the defensive players on the Dallas Cowboys were thrilled with their new boss.
Five questions to keep in mind when Washington hosts Philadelphia in Week 6.