- The Washington Times - Sunday, October 13, 2019

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Entering Sunday, the Redskins’ matchup against the Miami Dolphins earned many nicknames: The Ineptitude Bowl, the Toilet Bowl, The Tua Bowl all among them. 

So far, the game has lived up to its billing.

The Redskins lead 7-3 over the Dolphins in a battle of the winless.  Washington interim coach Bill Callahan stuck true to his word and relied heavily on the run throughout the first half.

Adrian Peterson has 71 yards on 10 carries. 

The Redskins’ defense has also done well, sacking quarterback Josh Rosen four times.



But Sunday’s contest has featured sloppy play. In the first quarter, there were a combined six punts and the Redskins went without a first down. 

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