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Santana Moss fastened the buttons on his red-and-green plaid shirt inside the MetLife Stadium visitor's locker room late Sunday afternoon and let the holiday spirit take over.
A quarter-by-quarter look at the Redskins' 34-27 loss against the Patriots. Plus, the most pivotal play of the game.
If the Washington Redskins played every game with the emotion they displayed Sunday against the New England Patriots, their season might have turned out differently. Not differently enough to put them in the playoffs, perhaps, but differently enough to cut down on the cries of despair from their fans as one defeat was piled atop another.
Think back six weeks ago when the Washington Redskins' offense was so pitiful that its progress was measured in completions and first downs. Three-and-outs, sacks and turnovers were the expectation. Victory seemed impossible.
Santana Moss didn't exactly arrive with a bang, but he arrived. And for a Redskins team in the throes of a losing streak, the return of their best receiver Sunday was a rare bit of good news.
The Washington Redskins' depleted offense is about to get one of its key players back.
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.
In reality, the Redskins are bad. In fantasy, they're worse. You would think it impossible in the NFL's Golden Age of Offense for a team to be mostly devoid of players worth populating a fantasy roster. But the Redskins are that team.
Washington Redskins running back Tim Hightower is out for the season with a torn ACL in his left knee, and receiver Santana Moss will miss 5-7 weeks with a broken bone in his left hand.