As you might expect, Washington Football Team Twitter was an interesting place to be during Sunday’s Week 3 loss to the Buffalo Bills. On Sunday, Washington fell to Buffalo, 43-21, and fans blamed everyone from Taylor Heinicke to the defensive line to Kirk Cousins.
First came the mistakes. Then arrived the mauling. The Washington Football Team was thoroughly outplayed in Buffalo Sunday, digging an early 21-0 hole behind two turnovers and then looking defenseless against Bills' quarterback Josh Allen.
Doesn’t the offseason feel like ages ago for the Washington Football Team? It sure does, and fans are surely hoping they could hit the rewind button right now, because Ron Rivera’s side is trending in the wrong direction.
Entering its Week 3 game against the Buffalo Bills, the biggest question surrounding the Washington Football Team wasn't the play of quarterback Taylor Heinicke but rather the performance of its defense.
When your defense is struggling and needs a breather just ask the kicker to make a play. Yes, the kicker. That’s what the Washington Football Team essentially did Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. Down 21-0, Washington got on the board with a 73-yard touchdown catch by running back Antonio Gibson.
The Washington Football Team put itself in a huge hole early to the Buffalo Bills with two turnovers: a fumble by tight end Logan Thomas on the team's second possession and quarterback Taylor Heinicke's interception by Bills' cornerback Jordan Poyer on the next possession.
The seventh-year kicker fell on his own kick midway through the second quarter of Washington's game vs. the Bills. Washington Football Team kicker Dustin Hopkins recovered his own kickoff midway through the second quarter of Washington's game vs.
The 1-1 Washington Football Team desperately needs a good showing and a win. On Sunday they're facing the 1-1 Buffalo Bills on the road, trying to get their defense back on track, and trying to make another showing on offense with young quarterback Taylor Heinicke.
Washington Football Team defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis didn't make the trip to Buffalo with his squad, and was officially ruled out for their Week 3 contest. There was hope Ioannidis might be able to play after being limited in practice on Thursday.
The Washington Football team will visit the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium this afternoon and no one knows what to expect. Each team is coming off a week two win, and both organizations have high expectations for the season.
The Washington Football Team has a pair of very talented, young pass-rushers in Chase Young and Montez Sweat. Both are previous first-round NFL Draft picks, but right now that’s where the similarities end. While Sweat is the NFL’s current leader in consecutive games with a sack, Young has yet to get to the quarterback this season.
The Washington Football Team will be without a key defender on Sunday at Buffalo. Defensive tackle Matt Ioannidis did not make the trip to Buffalo and is out on Sunday, per JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington.
After allowing the fourth-most sacks (50) in 2020, the Washington Football Team decided to overhaul the offensive line. Heading into the 2021 season, Washington returned only two starters in center Chase Roullier and right guard Brandon Scherff.
The Washington Football Team has an opportunity on Sunday to pick up a signature win against one of the NFL’s top teams in the Buffalo Bills. Throughout the week, Washington was considered the biggest underdog in the NFL for Week 3.
Washington Football Team defensive tackle Matt Ioannidis has been downgraded to out for Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills. Ioannidis is dealing with a knee injury suffered in the first half of last week’s Thursday night win over the New York Giants.