Redskins fans treated to a massacre

The Redskins celebrated Donovan McNabb’s new contract by spotting the Eagles 28 points in the first quarter.

After and 88-yard strike from Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson, you figured the Redskins would at least respond with a decent drive.  No, 3-and-out and the Eagles drove back down and scored on a TD run by Michael Vick.

The execution at the hands of the Eagles is so perfect you would have thought it was scripted.  The Redskins then turned over the ball by and interception by McNabb, Moss was the intended receiver.

The Eagles followed that up with another drive that lead to touchdown by LeSean McCoy, via shuffle pass.

Another 3-and-out by the Redskins led to yet another touchdown drive by the Eagles, this time it was 50-yard run.

As the ESPN guys are saying, the Redskins are bleeding and need to stop it.

I will be a realist, the bleeding will not stop…for the rest of this season.

Topics: Eagles, McNabb, Redskins

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