49ers Vs. Redskins: John Beck's Miserable Day In Photos

John Beck and the Washington Redskins had a very bad Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers. The final score of the game was 19-11, but the offensive performance was really much worse than that. The Redskins didn't score a touchdwon until their final drive, and the only other points came on a 59-yard field goal for Graham Gano.

That meant there were lots of photos of a sad John Beck and a bunch of sad Redskins players. We could write millions of words on the state of the Redskins and the emotion of a season going down the tubes. We could also just link to some photos that tell the same story. They say a photo is worth 1,000 words, so we're going to go with the photos option. Here are a bunch.

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Patrick Smith/Getty Images

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AP Photo/Nick Wass

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AP Photo/Cliff Owen

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Patrick Smith/Getty Images

And then there's Beck's head coach.

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Patrick Smith/Getty Images

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AP Photo/Nick Wass

And, of course, this front-page Washington Post photo

Finally, there's general misery from other members of the Redskins. Of all those photos, this one from Brian Murphy at Homer McFanboy is my favorite.

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Pretty much says it all right there.

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