Where’s the offense in the Nation’s Capital?

Mr. Destiny on the Redskins’ offensive woes

Rex Grossman was very ineffective Sunday (215 yards, two interceptions) but it was in large part due to the fact he was either sacked, pressured, or hit on almost half of his drop backs.

Both Helu and Torain totaled 61 yards on the ground, leaving three field goals as the only scoring done all game.

The Redskins are facing the reality that they should have chased a quarterback in the off season and are thin at talent with their current running backs.

Still, Washington is one of those trickier teams to take lightly. Their defense has been aggressive and opportunistic for most the season so they are very capable of playing spoiler to a team like the Cowboys next week.


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One Response to “Where’s the offense in the Nation’s Capital?”

  1. 007 says:

    As much as I hate to say this I will.

    We’re tied right now with a slew of teams with three wins including the IGGLES. If we lose out, which I don’t think will happen [5-11] we could possibly be in the top five picks in 2012 which would pretty much guarantee us a decent QB . We really don’t need to get that high a pick for a R-OT, OG, C/G, CB, W-ILB or NT. Less than that would require that we reach for our main need in this next draft, and we might waste a good first round pick on an unsuccessful suitor for the QB slot.

    Just sayin’ let’s bite the bullet and lose out.

    Of course i know you can’t go to the guys and say, ” Hey men, let’s lose out, pack in the season, and see what happens.”

    These guys have pride and that would destroy the moral of the team which until this season didn’t really mean that much would be lost anyway. But, it’s a new day in REDSKINS PARK…..for the better.