The Redskins gained a season-high 463 yards in Sunday’s loss to New England, but quarterback Rex Grossman isn’t ready to call that the offense’s best performance of a difficult season.
“Any time you lose, you have a tendency to focus on what you could’ve done to win,” Grossman said Wednesday. “So it’s tough to talk about something we did positive in the game. But there [were] a lot of yards and a lot of third-down conversions and a lot of big plays that put us in a position to be competitive. But our best offensive output are games that we play well and win.”
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