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Redskins Rank No. 2 On Tony Romo’s 10 Most Heartbreaking Losses

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on December 18, 2013 – 9:38 am

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At 3-11, the Redskins aren’t making many top 10 lists as of late. But thanks to Tony Romo and the Green Bay Packers, Washington found a spot near the top in one category.

Following Green Bay’s stunning comeback from a 23-point deficit on Sunday, NFL Media Around the League Editor Gregg Rosenthal compiled a list of Tony Romo’s 10 most heartbreaking losses.

Coming in at No. 2, Washington’s NFC East-clinching, 28-18 home win over Dallas from Week 17 of 2012. 

2. December 30, 2012: Division decider against Redskins (and the rest of the Week 17 disasters.)

Romo throws three interceptions in a Week 17 play-in game to decide the NFC East championship. This spot stands symbolically for all of the Week 17 losses that decided the NFC East, like the 31-14 loss to New York at the end of the 2011 season and the 44-6 loss to Philadelphia to end the 2008 season.

The Redskins have another chance to play spoiler on Sunday, as the Cowboys must beat Washington and Philadelphia to win the division.

But for now, let’s enjoy last year’s glory with:

CSN’s package:

NFL Media’s highlights:

The celebration at FedExField:


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