The Redskins escaped their home opener against the St. Louis Rams with a 1-1 record and a bevy of questions facing their offense, particularly their red zone performance. Over the course of the game against the Rams, the Redskins moved the ball efficiently between the 20s, recording drives of 83, 64, 74 and 76 yards. But despite their ability to move the ball into scoring position, the Redskins couldn't score. The previous week, the Rams defense allowed 28 points to the Seattle Seahawks. Somehow, the Redskins managed just nine measly points against one of the worst teams in the NFL. Enter the reigning champions of futility, the Detroit Lions. The Lions are riding a 19-game losing streak into Sunday's matchup with the Redskins. But they are confident they can run down their first win in o ...
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