The Commanders played the Giants on Sunday and collected 403 yards of offense. However, despite their impressive offensive performance, they sacked Tommy DeVito nine times and still lost the game at home with a score of 31-19. Sam Howell’s three interceptions and the team’s three fumbles proved to be the deciding factors in the loss. The defeat marked the seventh loss in nine games for the Commanders.
Head coach Ron Rivera expressed his disappointment over the missed opportunity for a win, despite their strong offensive numbers. He also acknowledged that changes need to be made as they prepare for Week 12, but he recognized that it will be challenging to make significant tweaks on a short week leading up to Thursday’s game in Dallas. As the season progresses, questions about potential changes in ownership and their future path remain unanswered.
Rivera noted that there are things that need to be evaluated and changed as they head into Week 12. However, he acknowledged that making significant changes on a short week will be challenging. Nevertheless, he is determined to find ways to improve their performance and secure a win against the Cowboys in Dallas.
The Commanders have been struggling this season, with seven losses in nine games. Their poor performance has raised questions about their potential changes in ownership and their future path for seasons to come. Despite these challenges, Rivera remains optimistic about their ability to turn things around and secure a win against the Cowboys on Thursday night.