The Washington Redskins falls to 6-5-1 against the Arizona Cardinals 31-21, which gave their division rivals The Dallas Cowboys a clinched playoff birth. We’re not getting into stats on this article just some words of advice.
Redskins have four games coming up and they’ll have to win all of them to get a wildcard spot. Skins lost two of their last road games against opponents they should’ve beaten easily, but is it time to panic? Hell no, and here’s why.
I’ve seen first hand what this team can do when they’re playing team football. The Washington Redskins have the weapons to get the job done every time they step out on the field, and if they want to show this league that they are capable of overcoming adversity it’ll have to start one game at a time.
Washington will be facing an angry Philadelphia Eagle team who they beat in week 6 come Sunday, and they know the Skins have an opportunity sneak into the promise land. Redskins should be very aware that these guys are gonna try and spoil their hopes, and so Philly is not to be overlooked.
BLAME GAME: No one in that locker room is to blame for their last two losses. It’s a team sport that requires everyone to get involved and give 150%, no excuses at all. This team is still in a building stage and it will take hard work to get this team to where it needs to be.
Hopefully, Washington can dig deep enough to find a way to win out for the remainder of their schedule. Check out a recap of Louie Tee breaking down yesterday’s game, and let us know what you think.
“We have to find a way to get off the field – make the plays that we’re supposed to make.”
— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) December 5, 2016