The Washington Redskins aren't feeling good today. Mike Shanahan's group dropped to 3-6 after losing an embarrassing 21-13 game to the Carolina Panthers at FedEx Field on Sunday, causing many fans to wonder how the rest of the season will play out.
The injury front is also an issue, with Robert Griffin III and Santana Moss making their way on it.
Griffin complained after the game about his ribs and was taken for x-rays. However, the Redskins received some good news when those test came back negative. For now, Griffin will just need to take care of his body before Washington's next game.
The Heisman Trophy winner will have some time to rest thanks to an opportune bye week, before playing the struggling Philadelphia Eagles.
Moss was also hurt in the Carolina game, taking a wicked shot and staying down with a concussion in the fourth quarter. It's unknown if Moss will miss any time with the extra week to recover.