Not only will Washington finish in the division cellar for a franchise-record fifth time in six seasons, it’s doing so in the NFC East, the second-worst of the NFL’s eight quartets. Only the absolutely awful AFC North, whose four teams are a staggering 16 games under .500, is worse than the NFC East, which is eight games below even.
The Washington Redskins offense has been wildly inconsistent; they go from horrendous, to dynamic, to average, and back to horrendous all in a four-week span.
The Eagles hadn’t won at home in 413 days since defeating the New York Giants on Sept. 30, 2012. Things changed when the Redskins came to town.
Welcome to the live game blog for a critical Washington Redskins Week 11 game at the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Washington Redskins team bus was apparently egged on the way to Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Sunday morning.
Chip Kelly’s fast-paced offense that made a big splash in his coaching debut might be even better now.
The Washington Redskins travel to Philadelphia on Sunday hoping to continue a 10-game home losing streak for the Eagles while keeping their own playoff hopes alive.
It’s an eerie parallel. In 2012, Washington was 3-6 and coming off an embarrassing defeat to a Carolina team with just one victory as it prepared to play Philadelphia.
The Washington Redskins sure thought they were ready for the new-look Philadelphia Eagles in Week 1. The talk isn’t as bold this week.
Former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook had a good old-fashioned ‘my generation is better than yours’ rant Thursday, when conversing with old division rival Fred Smoot about the current state of the NFC East, and how soft it’s become.