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Redskins Miserable Football Display

Posted By Mercedes Green On Dec 6 2010 @ 10:55 am In Washington Redskins | No Comments

Yesterday’s game was hard to watch.  Even harder to watch than that game against the Eagles.  Why you may ask?  At least the game against the Eagles, in the rain, they showed some sort of tiny spark in offense.  Yesterday was non-existent.

The Giants didn’t even look like they were trying hard.  All 4 of their touchdowns were on the ground and the attempt in the end zone by Manning was picked off by London Fletcher.  So what went wrong?  Everything!

During the start of the season the Redskins’ D was okay with the ground game, however, this game they allowed 198 yards on the ground alone (they did allow 161 yards passing, which is great for the Redskins, but the Giants didn’t need to pass when they scored so much on the ground!). 

  • Donovan McNabb threw 2 interceptions and fumbled.  The game ended with a McNabb interception
  • Cooley, Armstrong and Williams also fumbled.  6 total offensive turnovers.  Many dropped passes by the O also didn’t help.
  • Skins punt was blocked and gave the Giants the ball at first and goal
  • The defence did not get a single sack on Manning.  Not a one. 
  • The only thing that was working consistently was Brandon Banks returns, but he didn’t get many chances, due to the lack of punting by the Giants and the fact that they didn’t really allow him many returns. 

I still love my Redskins, but I’m a little upset and unhappy, so may need a little “me” time.  Maybe we can just be friends for a while?

So obviously they’re not in playoff contention.  But thankfully for us Skins fans, neither is Dallas!

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