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The Giants have three games remaining, two in the division, and one three ring circus with the Jets. Here’s how it stands right now:
The Washington Redskins (4-9) come to town this Sunday to face the New York Giants (7-6). The Redskins dealt the Giants their first loss of the season way back on September 11th. A division loss they surely wish they had back now. The Redskins continue to struggle on offense with Rex Grossman being either very bad or very good. Scoring merely 17.6 points per game the Redskins have survived in games by having a good defense. These division games are always a battle and this one will no doubt race our hearts a little. Look for some trick plays, mis-directions, throw backs, half back passes, wide receiver passes, etc. This is a team that can make our defense look silly at times, but when it comes down to it the Giants should handle this team down the stretch and win going away on the fourth quarter. … [visit site to read more]
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Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan declined to give quarterback Rex Grossman an endorsement for the 2012 season and said that the evaluation process of the passer and the rest of the roster is ongoing.
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Patriots 34, Redskins 27
This loss was little "d" disappointing. When your team scores 27 points, there is always hope they can win the next game. The Redskins scoring this game is the closest they have come to the 28-point output against the Giants of the opening weekend. New York is Washington's next opponent.
If Washington scored 27 points every game this season...
Rex Grossman was good for the Washington Redskins Sunday, but Rob Gronkowski was better for the New England Patriots.
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said he likely would have gone for two points and the victory had his team scored on its final drive of the game.
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