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For a team in the throes (or is it the overthrows?) of what the Washington Redskins are in the throes of, there is no bottom. Two losses become three. Three turn into four. And then you run the streak to five with a 20-9 loss on Sunday to the previously 1-7 Miami Dolphins.
The wheels have fallen off the Washington Redskins' train after a promising start. What's that? You bought your plane ticket for the February trip to Indianapolis back in early October? Ouch.
The Washington Redskins' search for answers on offense continued out back at Redskins Park on Wednesday afternoon. The scene after practice illustrated the divergent paths of two players at the same position - one whose potential coaches are determined to explore; the other working to regain their faith.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 19-11 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Graham Gano hopped around the turf at FedEx Field on Sunday afternoon as if he was celebrating a Super Bowl victory.
The numbers that defined the Washington Redskins' offense last week were ugly.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of the 33-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
From healthy, first-place surprise to battered and struggling, the Washington Redskins had their fortunes take another dive Monday when running back Tim Hightower was declared out for the season with a torn knee ligament and receiver Santana Moss underwent hand surgery that is expected to sideline him for 5-7 weeks.
Receiver Jabar Gaffney had two plays to forget in the final 36 seconds of the first half. What began with the Redskins' attempt to try to salvage a tiebreaking field goal before time expired ended with them going to the locker room trailing by three points.