After opening-game hiccup, Forbath nailed game-winners in back-to-back victories of forgettable season.
A last-minute roster addition, punter Tress Way proved an unqualified bright spot for 4-12 Washington.
With three games left on the schedule, the Washington Redskins will try to end on a respectable note as a face three NFC East opponents, and it starts on Sunday against the hosting New York Giants.
Unlike early in the season when the Redskins were losing close games, they again got blown out, and shut out. This is getting worse. Here are five reasons why.
Washington's punter says the failed play would have worked if he'd followed Niles Paul's block.
The Redskins have waived linebacker Akeem Jordan, whom they placed on injured reserve last month with a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee.
In place of the special-teams standout linebacker is another linebacker who has spent most of the season on the practice squad.
Linebacker Adam Hayward is expected to miss the remainder of the season after suffering a tibial plateau fracture in his right leg.
Gruden was asked on Monday what kind of a grade he believed his team deserved, and he replied, “a D or an F-plus, maybe." Was he right? Let's take a look at the three phases of the game and see.
‘We don’t want to be the joke,’ says Adam Hayward, Redskins special-teams captain, of an improving unit.