Without wide receiver Pierre Garcon, the Washington Redskins offense is starting to look anemic (Credit: AP Photo)
By Katherine Warren
Each team in the NFC East has faced serious struggles this season. The Washington Redskins have had some crucial injuries throughout the season and just as one seems to get better, another seems to pop up.
With the loss of tight end Fred Davis earlier this season and the possibility of a season-ending surgery to wide receiver Pierre Garcon’s foot, the Washington Redskins offense is looking pretty sad. Their veteran receiver, Santana Moss, leads the team with five receiving touchdowns. Leonard Hankerson and Josh Morgan are still developing as Washington Redskins and working with their rookie QB, Robert Griffin III.
Although Pierre Garcon has been active on the Redskins roster, he hasn’t produced much due to the injury he sustained in the week one game against the Saints. According to New.Fredricksburg.com, he tried to play and practice on it but, was advised by doctors to rest is completely.
It isn’t set in stone but with the Redskins season at 3-6 and plenty of conference games left to play, Garcon’s best bet is to get the surgery and get better before the start of next season.
Playoff hopes for the Redskins are close to flat lining, it’s time for them to look towards next season and what improvements they need to make. Better luck next time!
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