Not A Lot Of Hope Left For Redskins

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Pierre Garçon is dumped on his head during the third quarter of the game against the Minnesota Vikings. (credit: Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)

Pierre Garçon is dumped on his head during the third quarter of the game against the Minnesota Vikings. (credit: Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)

The Washington Redskins had a major meltdown in Minnesota.

Major.

The Redskins blew a 27-14 second half lead and lost 34-27 to the Vikings.

Now, Washington is 3-6 for a second straight season, but is there any hope of repeating last year’s magic?

We asked that question on Facebook and there doesn’t seem to be much hope for RGIII this year judging from your responses.

Michael Chinnici: “(Why) should they play hard when they can loose enough games to not have to play extra games after the regular season is over but yet win enough to keep their jobs for next year. The problem is not at the player level. (It) is at the owner level for keeping these players who just want a pay check on the roster and not searching for players who want to win a (Super Bowl)….. there it has been said.”

Phil D. Ware: “(Ride) or die – but so long as Shanny and son (not to mention Haslett) are running things, definitely not.”

Bryan Norris: “That’s nothing but bad coaching that’s costing us games, the running game once again was on the money and coach Shanny is to dag (sic) on scared to tell Kyle to stick with the run. Its time to get a coach with some guts, your not winning any games keep kicking field goals. Go 4 it on 4th once in a while. Please fire Shanny and hire Grudden. ( Chucky )”

Steve Nzele: “Notice the same pattern in the last two games, Redskins have an outstanding first half but then collapses in the second. (But tonight) was the worst, this (should’ve) been a win.”

Poetickid Mikey: “Nope. Their season is over.”

What do you think? Give us your thoughts!

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