Well, that was ugly. The Washington Redskins' season hit a new low on Sunday, as they were shut out, 23-0, by the Buffalo Bills in Toronto. It was the first shutout of coach Mike Shanahan's NFL career and the first shutout for the Redskins since 2009. Fred Jackson rushed for 120 yards and had 74 yards receiving to lead the Bills, and Scott Chandler caught two touchdown passes to provide the scoring.
John Beck and the Redskins' offense was awful, picking up only 178 total yards, with many of those coming on the last drive. Beck himself was sacked nine times, an amazing figure considering the Bills only had four sacks all season. Fred Davis picked up some garbage-time yards, but otherwise, it was a day to forget.
The Redskins now fall to 3-4 and have lost three straight games. This ship be sinking.
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