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Redskins vs. Falcons: Falling short yet again

The takeaway from this one is that the offensive line protected Kirk Cousins, the defense performed better and the special teams continued to be anything but special. And, oh, those turnovers. So. Many. Turnovers.

Still, the Redskins had a chance. They gambled and went for the win (“I love that,” Ryan Kerrigan said via CSN Washington) — but the result was another dismal loss. They’re 3-11 now heading into the next-to-last game of the season, the last home game of the season, Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys. As he was today, Robert Griffin III will be a sideline spectator.

After losing their sixth straight game, the Redskins must win one of their final two games to avert a 3-13 finish — they haven’t gone 3-13 since Norv Turner’s first season in 1994.

We’ll be back here at 11 a.m. to chronicle the game against the Cowboys. Thanks for joining us.

By Cindy Boren