Grossman, Redskins humiliated in Miami 20-9

Where’s the offense?

Since the Bye Week, the Redskins have not reached the end zone in the first half.

On Sunday, the new starter, Rex Grossman, didn’t change things.

It was all Graham Gano, kicking three field goals for the only scoring of the afternoon.

Reggie Bush scored two touchdowns for the Dolphins, who twice intercepted Rex Grossman to earn their first home victory in nearly a year by beating the ‘Skins; 20-9.

The Redskins (3-6) lost their fifth consecutive contest, the longest losing streak of Mike Shanahan’s career as a head coach.

To make matters worse, they haven’t obtained a lead since Oct. 2, when they defeated St. Louis.

“It’s frustrating being 3-6,” Grossman said. “We’re better than that.”

The former Gator threw for 215 yards but was sacked three times and had a passer rating of 58.7, lower than his NFC-worst season figure.

Possessions by Washington reached the Miami 20, 26, 5 and 10-yard lines, but those drives generated only nine points.

Bright spots: Rookies Leonard Hankerson and Ryan Kerrigan both had productive days.  Hankerson had eight catches for 106 yards, while Kerrigan notched a pair of sacks.

Next: Sunday November 20 vs. Dallas Cowboys, 1 ET.


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2 Responses to “Grossman, Redskins humiliated in Miami 20-9”

  1. 007 says:

    “……The Redskins (3-6) lost their fifth consecutive contest, the longest losing streak of Mike Shanahan’s career as a head coach…….”

    It’s gonna’ get longer if they don’t find three o-linemen by next week who can block effectively.

  2. 007 says:

    The GROSS-man giveth [215 yards passing, LEONARD HANKERSON 106 yards], the GROSS-man taketh away [2 INTs, 58.8 passer rating].

    Interesting about who is being commented on favorably in this article HANKERSON – KERRIGAN. What do they have in common?

    And throw in second year man GANO who kept his job by the skin of his teeth. Still, two misses that were makable.