A trying season added another difficult loss to the season summary, this time in front of a Philadelphia crowd that wanted nothing more than put the Redskins further behind in the playoff race.
Time and time again, the Redskins shoot themselves in the foot with mistakes, none more disappointing than Robert Griffin III’s two turnovers. Both happened in the red zone and both could have put the Redskins in the driver’s seat had they not been given to the guys in green.
Had the Redskins scored on the sack-fumble, even if it was just a field goal, it would have given the offense something to build on heading into the locker room. So far this season they’ve gotten off to porous starts that end in holes too deep to climb out of.
As for the interception, Griffin III explained a little bit of what was going scrolling through his mind as the play unraveled.
“Right there a guy comes straight at me [and] I’m just trying to throw it as far as I can and me backing up, trying to throw it out of the back of the endzone [at] the distance it was, it’s something that I shouldn’t do. It’s something I’ll learn from. Like I said, we’ll get better from it.”
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