In the Redskins' last three games, they've seen two quarterbacks go down for the season, each with a broken leg. That's unheard of, cruel and unfortunate.
But QB isn't the only position where the team is having just awful luck when it comes to health.
Going into the Week 13 Monday night game against the Eagles, Washington was relying on a backup to start at right guard and a free agent who was signed just before Week 10 to start at left guard.
Somehow, they're now leaving Philadelphia with even more issues along the interior O-line.
Their right guard, Tony Bergstrom, suffered an ankle injury against the Eagles. He was seen leaving Lincoln Financial Field on crutches.
Meanwhile, their left guard, Jonathan Cooper, looks to have torn his biceps. Jay Gruden revealed that news postgame and while it isn't confirmed yet, that's the early indication. If/when that becomes official, he'll obviously be done for the year.
This is the second game this year in which the Redskins have lost both guards to injury. In Week 9's home matchup with the Falcons, Brandon Scherff and Shawn Lauvao each were lost for the season.
So, it's entirely plausible the 'Skins will roll out a new starting tandem at the position for the third time in 2018 when they host the Giants this Sunday, depending on how severe Bergstrom's ankle issue is. As of now, Luke Buwanko is the only natural guard who's healthy enough to play. Tackle Ty Nsekhe filled in versus the Eagles.
Putting together an effective offense under a third-string passer signed just a few weeks ago is going to be incredibly difficult.
However, putting together an effective offense under a third-string passer signed just a few weeks ago, and then putting that passer behind a third set of guards, will be just short of impossible.
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