The Washington Redskins have lost two games in a row, dropping them out of contention for first place in the Division and leaving them with a 3-3 record.
On Sunday, they lost both Santana Moss and Tim Hightower to injuries for an undisclosed amount of time. These are arguably the most important players on their offense.
They have the most unimportant quarterback controversy in the history of the NFL, since the entire world thinks both quarterbacks are nothing more than backup quality anyway.
They are 1-2 in the division.
They have begun the infamous "Redskin O-Line shuffle" of years past.
A rookie QB just scored 33 points against the defense.
Is it time to throw up our hands, shake our heads, and try to find a way to blame this season on Daniel Snyder again?
Not just yet my fellow long-suffering fans. Here are a few facts to hang onto while we try to convince ourselves that the season hasn't gotten away from the Burgundy and Gold.