The Most Significant Insignificant Team in The NFL, Possibly the World

Josh McCainSenior Writer IOctober 19, 2009

LANDOVER, MD - OCTOBER 18:  Albert Haynesworth #92 the Washington Redskins struggles to get off the field against the Kansas City Chiefs during their game October 18, 2009 at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. The Chiefs won the game 14-6.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Just when I thought the Washington Redskins could not sink any lower.

The Redskins have now given three winless teams their first victory. 

Two weeks ago the team brings in Sherm Lewis to be an "adviser" for the offense, and this morning he was named the new play caller, which of course means that job was stripped from hapless head coach Jim Zorn.

That however, has all been topped.

The tech channel G4TV has now reported on the amazing loss this past Sunday.

For those of you who don't know, G4 is a television station dedicated to things like video games, cell phones, computers, and various other tech items. With the exception of EA Sports' games, they never report on sports.

Well on their flagship program "Attack of the Show" they felt it was their duty to report on the scroll at the bottom of the screen about the Redskins latest troubles.

So for them to report on the Redskins just shows me how far this once proud franchise has truly fallen.

Sorry Redskins Nation, the dark times have gotten even darker and now that annoying kid you play "Halo" against online can not only rag on your sorry playing but also the sorry play of your favorite team.