The Washington Redskins did not win yet again yesterday, the latest blow in the beleaguered team’s already dismal 2-5 season.
And in what has served as an additional hit for the team fourth-ranked in the NFC East, the Redskins also managed to score zero points and made no first downs yesterday, though were able to hold off any turnovers.
“Honestly, it’s like there wasn’t even a game out there,” said Redskins Head Coach Jim Zorn, visibly disappointed over not putting backup quarterback Todd Collins into the game after starter Jason Campbell had zero completions for zero yards and failed to hit a receiver all day. “Still, yesterday’s was one of the better games this team has played all year.”
NFL analysts said the poor performance by the team is is beginning to take a toll with fans, as even with yesterday’s home-field advantage, FedEx Field posted a record low attendance of nobody.