Commanders TE Logan Thomas calling for more
There is no time for the Washington Commanders to wallow any further in self-pity. This team still has a lot to play for despite things not looking too great right now, so it's a time for big characters and leaders to come to the fore in pursuit of achieving objectives.
One of the more prominent veterans within the locker room is tight end Logan Thomas. The converted quarterback has seen his fair share of struggles since joining the Commanders, but he is calling on teammates to muster a collective effort in Week 6 at the Atlanta Falcons based on comments via the team's website.
"If all 11 do their job, then you're gonna be successful. That's the thing that we haven't done. It hasn't been 11 every play. It's been 10, it's been nine, it's been 10. But if all 11 do our job, then we're gonna be doing pretty dang good. If we can start not beating ourselves, then we can actually go against the opponent."- Logan Thomas via Commanders.com
Speculation is already mounting about some members of Josh Harris' ownership group wanting change in some capacity. But you know what keeps the wolves from the door more than anything else? Winning.
Jobs are on the line within the locker room across those in prominent leadership positions. That, above all else, should make this team come together and finally start clicking as a cohesive unit.