Three takeaways from Washington Football Team’s Week 5 loss vs. Rams

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Oct 11, 2020; Landover, Maryland, USA; Washington Football Team quarterback Kyle Allen (8) scores a touchdown as Los Angeles Rams cornerback Troy Hill (22) defends during the first quarter at FedExField. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

The Washington Football Team lost to the Rams in Week 5. Here are three takeaways from the game.

After opening the season with a huge win over the Philadelphia Eagles, the Washington Football Team has done nothing but disappoint its fans. In Week 5, they once again lost in embarrassing fashion.

Washington lost to the Los Angeles Rams 30-10. The 20-point loss was full of the usual issues the team has suffered in recent weeks and season. Their offense lacked any sort of punch. Their defense allowed massive plays.

And, oh yeah, the big move made to change things up in the passing game? It flopped. That doesn’t mean it was the wrong move, but it does mean that the team doesn’t have any real answer at the quarterback position.

Washington has a long way to go before they can be competitive. They have some winnable games upcoming, but they’re going to have to improve in order to stand a chance in those contests. Here are some takeaways from their loss and the top areas to focus on fixing moving forward.

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