After a brutal 22-point loss to the Buffalo Bills, the Washington Football Team must learn from their lackluster performance.
In what was a disappointing performance that had a little positive to take from it, the Washington Football Team was thoroughly outplayed on Sunday afternoon.
From pillar to post, they were outmatched in just about every category on the field. Buffalo’s position groups in totality outworked Washington’s by a significant margin, even more, significant than what the 22 point loss showed.
The theme of this piece is really hard to not rely on the word disappointing, but Washington fans around the world recognize how bad of a performance that was. Surely, head coach Ron Rivera has bigger plans for this team than perennial 20-point losses, but as of today, the future outlook of this team is bleak.
There were a few positives, some stuff that we will touch on there, but there was much, much more negative to take away from this game. From the literal to take away is that the Buffalo Bills defense had, to Washington’s back seven regressing by the snap, there is a lot of bad to take from this game.
We have time to focus on that, but for now, let’s take a look at the few positives that came from Sunday’s abysmal performance by the Washington Football Team.