Their record for the 2019 season is now 0-5 (0% winning record).
Their record since Jay Gruden became head coach in 2014 has fallen to 35-49-1 (41.8% winning record, down from 42.3%).
Their record since Bruce Allen became general manager during the 2009 season has fallen to 59-91-1 (39.4% winning record, down from 39.7%).
Their record since Dan Snyder bought the team in 1999 has fallen to 139-185-1 (42.8% winning record, down from 43.1%).
One of these mediocrities has already gone: since Gruden was fired this morning, 35-49-1 and 41.8% will be his legacy as the Redskins’ head coach.
Both of these remaining mediocrities must go.
Hail to the Redskins.