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WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – The Washington Redskins miserable season came to a merciful end with a 20-6 loss to the Giants on Sunday.
As you might imagine, 3-13 wasn’t the record most Redskins’ players would have predicted to start the season — or fans, or media, for that matter — coming off the team’s 10-6 record, and first NFC East championship in thirteen years in 2012.
Just how bad was this season for the Redskins?
“It’s been some sh*t, man,” said veteran receiver Santana Moss delivering the quote of the year, when asked to sum up the dreadful 2013 season.
The 34-year-old receiver has experienced just three winning seasons in his nine years as a Redskin.
While the tailspin is finally over, things may get worse before they get better in Washington.
Head coach Mike Shanahan – who told reporters after the loss he’d have a conversation with Redskins’ owner Daniel Snyder about his future with the team on Monday morning – is largely believed to be on his way out.
With that expectation comes an uncertain future for the franchise, which would then have to embark on its fifth coaching search since 2000.
Moss, along with a string of Redskins teammates – including Brian Orakpo, Trent Williams, DeAngelo Hall and Kory Lichtensteiger – strongly voiced their opinions in wanting Mike Shanahan to return next season.