Found September 19, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
The Washington Redskins have played two games and, so far, they look less than stellar. Starting off 0-2 is not an insurmountable hole for the ‘Skins, but it certainly puts them in a deep historical ditch. Only two teams, the 2011 New Orleans Saints and the 1993 Dallas Cowboys, have ever started a season 0-2 and still gone on to win the Super Bowl. Therefore, here are 5 questions the Redskins face going into their week 3 contest with the Detroit Lions: 1... Read more
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