5 huge disappointments from the Commanders loss at LA Rams in Week 15

It was another afternoon to forget...

K.J. Henry
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What huge disappointments emerged from yet another embarrassing road loss for the Washington Commanders in Week 15 against the Los Angeles Rams?

Believe it or not, there were some good things that came out of the Washington Commanders' 28-20 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. They were hard to see, but there was a glimmer of positivity to take from another poor defeat.

Quan Martin had one of the best games anybody has played all season. The team was being thoroughly manhandled for most of the game but refused to give up. And… sorry, I thought I had a third thing to mention. Let me amend the opening:

There were two good things that came out of the Commanders' 28-20 loss to the Rams on Sunday.

Oh sure, there was Terry McLaurin playing like the man. And there was Jacoby Brissett. I’ll get to that in a minute.

As for McLaurin, I don’t count that as a good thing because I’ve come to expect that of the Commanders' best player. Even in a down statistical year, he is a stone-cold baller. I’m glad he got a chance to show it on Sunday. But it comes as no surprise to Washington fans.

As for Brissett, well, let’s dive in on the disappointments, shall we?