Jonathan Allen: WFT must move on after ‘worst football I’ve ever been a part of’ | RSN
Washington's 56-14 loss in Dallas on Sunday night was one of the worst in recent memory.
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With playoff dreams dashed, Washington will split snaps between Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen | Professional Sports | richmond.com
Taylor Heinicke will remain the starting quarterback for Washington entering Sunday's game against the Eagles, but coach Ron Rivera said he will also "probably" use backup Kyle Allen during the
Washington activates Brandon Scherff, Cole Holcomb from reserve/COVID-19 list | RSN
Washington now only has two players remaining on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Washington’s 4% chance to reach playoffs includes 7 unlikely paths | RSN
The Washington Football Team is going to need some help to make the playoffs after Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys.
Washington's defensive line issues are far greater than a sideline punch | RSN
The Jonathan Allen-Daron Payne fight is just the beginning of what's wrong with Washington's defensive line.
Washington Football Team is not the place to find any soul-searching - Washington Times
You might have been able to stir up some sympathy if they were a sympathetic lot. But this franchise is a magnet for scorn and ridicule, from the half-empty seats in Landover to the "we-bought-custom-benches-too" sidelines in Dallas to the squalid corridors of the headquarters in Ashburn. All of it earned.
It seems WFT is beyond shame
Washington players nearly brawling on the sideline in the midst of a blowout is indicative of a deeper issue. But is it the type that can be rooted out when the season is over in two weeks?
Ron Rivera's latest QB plan is a reminder that Washington is still searching | RSN
As the 2021 season comes to a close, Ron Rivera made a statement that once again shows how Washington is lost at QB.
Ron Rivera: Washington’s blowout loss to Dallas was ‘a bad game,’ not ‘a direction’ - The Washington Post
How the players respond to their microscopic playoff hopes will tell him plenty about their future with the franchise, the second-year coach said a day after his team was embarrassed by the Cowboys.
Two years into Ron Rivera’s tenure, how much better off is Washington? - The Washington Post
After Sunday night's debacle against Dallas, what is the status of Rivera’s rebuild in Washington?