Barring some unforeseen miracle, the Redskins will miss the playoffs again for the fourth straight season.
Although quarterback Rex Grossman started off hot this season, his four-interception performance against the Philadelphia Eagles and subsequent benching killed the Redskins' season.
Quarterback John Beck got his chance to prove himself to head coach Shanahan but managed to lose every single game and managed to make the Redskins' offense look more putrid than it did with Rex at the helm.
In total, Grossman has only 10 touchdown passes to 15 interceptions while Beck has an even less impressive two touchdowns to four interceptions.
In this era of the NFL, you need not only a decent, but an elite-level player at the quarterback position if you want to be a legit contender for the Super Bowl.
It is clear that the quarterback of the future is not with the Redskins, but that doesn't mean that person won't be on the team next year.