Redskins Vs. 49ers

November 26, 2013 by  

Redskins Vs. 49ers, It just keeps getting uglier for the Washington Redskins. Their downward spiral continued Monday night at FedEx Field when quarterback Robert Griffin III was outdone by his San Francisco counterpart, Colin Kaepernick, and the Redskins lost to the 49ers, 27-6.

The misery of the Redskins was put on national display for a prime-time television audience, as their losing streak grew to three games and their record plummeted to 3-8. They remained all alone in last place in the NFC East and sent much of a disgruntled home crowd heading for the exits during the fourth quarter.

“Nobody is happy sitting here at 3-8,” linebacker London Fletcher said. “I mean, this is unacceptable when you look at it and think about what we were able to accomplish last year winning our division and now to be where we’re at, it’s not a good feeling at all.”

Coach Mike Shanahan credited San Francisco’s defense but also said he was “disappointed” in the Redskins’ performance and added that his team was “embarrassed” in the game.

“We haven’t got dominated like that since I’ve been here,” Shanahan said.

Kaepernick threw three touchdown passes, two to wide receiver Anquan Boldin and one to tight end Vernon Davis, to outshine Griffin in a matchup of quarterbacks who mostly have struggled this season to recapture last year’s magic. Kaepernick completed 15 of 24 passes for 235 yards and didn’t throw an interception.

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