Thursday, November 28, 2013

Washington’s woes continue at the hands of San Francisco

by Moe Murphy
special to

Washington QB Robert Griffin III gets ready to take a snap during Monday’s game against San Francisco. Griffin and the Redskins were unable to find the end zone in a 27-6 loss to the 49ers.—Times-Mirror Photo/Moe Murphy
LANDOVER, MD (11/26/13)- The Washington Redskins' struggles continued Nov. 25 at FedEx Field as the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Redskins, 27-6.

“That was the toughest defense we’ve gone against this year,” Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said. “They did an excellent job of not letting us get into a rhythm to run the ball or throw the ball.”

Washington was limited to 190 net yards for the game, 100 rushing and only 90 yards passing. This also marked the first time in Robert Griffin III’s college and professional career that his offense did not score a touchdown.

“Yes, it’s frustrating. We’re frustrated. Everyone’s tired of losing – us, fans, the media, everybody," Griffin said. “You have to have the right guys in the huddle in there with you and I know they’ll keep fighting with me and I’ll fight with those guys any day. It’s frustrating, but we have to move on to the next one.”

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