The prestige and status of the Washington Redskins within the D.C. area reached its absolute bottom — the lowest point in the existence of the franchise in this city since 1937 — on Sunday at FedEx Field, writes @ThomasBoswellWP. https://t.co/HdEHMIyCmx
“A lot of people say we haven’t been the same since we lost Alex,” linebacker Ryan Anderson said.
Or, as Jay Gruden said the day he was fired: “We just couldn’t get over the Alex thing.” https://t.co/jMWQz8cMW5
Here’s the argument that Jets-Redskins is the most important game on the NFL slate this weekend: It could (help) determine whether the quarterback in Washington in 2020 is Dwayne Haskins or Joe Burrow. https://t.co/1R3p27crPi via @barrysvrluga