The Redskins have lost four straight games after starting off 3-1, but the 1-7 Miami Dolphins might just serve as the perfect streak busters.
The Washington Redskins will look to stop a four-game slide against the lowly Miami Dolphins in South Florida on Sunday at 1 p.m.. Washington is now 3-5, whereas Miami is 1-7. On paper, the Redskins should be the favorite. However, momentum is swinging the Dolphins' way.
Miami is coming off a blowout victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9, their first win of the season. After getting close and coming up short in close games, Miami finally broke through with the win. Reggie Bush and Matt Moore both had big games, and the Dolphins' defense held Kansas City in check.
Washington, meanwhile, has not led a game for the last three quarters. On paper, this seems like an easy game, but even easy games have been hard recently. It remains to be seen which team shows up.