The Washington Redskins are so far past being a dumpster fire that the term to describe the franchise hasn’t been created yet.
It only gets worse when you factor in when the team decided to celebrate American Indian Heritage Month for a game against the Houston Texans in 2018.
“As part of the organization’s commitment to honoring the Native community, the Washington Redskins will celebrate American Indian Heritage Month on Sunday, Nov. 18 at FedExField, when the team takes on the Houston Texans.
Native American representatives and tribal members from Blackfeet Nation, Jicarilla Apache Nation and the Northern Cheyenne Tribe will take part in a variety of ceremonies throughout the weekend, providing pregame and in-game events dedicated to observing and sharing traditional customs with fans in attendance.”
On November 18th, the team was 6-3 and flying high with Alex Smith at quarterback.
In that Texans game, Alex Smith suffered a potential career ending leg injury and has not been back on the field since. The team has won just 1 game, fired head coach Jay Gruden, and placed a total of 35 players on IR. Not to mention, pro bowl offensive tackle Trent Williams continues to holdout and refuse to play for the franchise out of concern for his own health.
Just truly unbelievable.