The Redskins' Week 14 game vs. the Giants is not one for the history books. The Redskins entered the game hanging on to faint hopes of the playoffs. By halftime, they trailed New York 34-0.
The first half saw Mark Sanchez throw a pick-six, Giants rookie running back Saquon Barkley rip off a 78-yard touchdown run, and two more passing touchdowns and two field goals, just for good measure.
The Redskins "rallied back" in the second half with Josh Johnson replacing Mark Sanchez, trimming the lead to a respectable 40-16 final score.
If you think this isn't the first time the Redskins have laid an egg vs. the Giants, you're right.
Here's a look at some of the Redskins' worst performances and toughest losses vs. the Giants since 2000.
2016 Season, Week 17 (1/1/17): 19-10 L
The Redskins needed a Week 17 win to have a shot at the playoffs. Instead, Kirk Cousins threw 2 interceptions and the team got minimal offensive output. Rob Kelley led the way with 33 yards rushing on 12 carries.
2014 Season, Week 4 (9/25/14): 45-14 L
In the Redskins' first primetime game with Jay Gruden as head coach, the team allowed undrafted TE Larry Donnell to catch three TD passes in the first half alone. Eli Manning finished with 5 TD passes in the 31-point shellacking.
2012 Season, Week 7 (10/21/12): 27-23 L
Santana Moss hauled in a 30-yard pass from Robert Griffin III to give the Redskins a 23-20 lead with two minutes remaining. Then Eli Manning found Victor Cruz for a 77-yard TD catch that gave the Giants a come-from-behind win.
2008 Season, Week 15 (12/21/08): 45-12 L
The Giants led 24-0 at the half and tacked on 21 second-half points. Jason Campbell finished 15-of-28 for 192 yards, 1 TD and 2 INTs before making way to Todd Collins.
2006 Season, Week 17 (12/30/06): 34-28 L
Tiki Barber lit up the Redskins for 234 yards rushing on 23 carries and three touchdowns, including a 50-yard and a 55-yard score.
2005 Season, Week 8 (10/30/05): 36-0 L
Mark Brunell finished 11-of-28 for 65 yards and one interception as the Redskins amassed just 125 yards of total offense in the 36-0 loss. Tiki Barber led the Giants with 206 yards rushing, including a 59-yard run.
2001 Season, Week 4 (10/7/01): 23-9 L
The Redskins finished with 181 yards of total offense and failed to score a touchdown. The Giants didn't do much better, with Dan Campbell collecting the only offensive TD of the game, a 1-yard pass from Kerry Collins. Jason Sehorn sealed the deal with a 34-yard interception return touchdown with three minutes remaining.
2000 Season, Week 14 (12/3/00): 9-7 L
The Redskins finished with 29 yards on the ground and we're nearly blanked in a touchdown-less loss if not for a five-yard touchdown pass from Jeff George to Irving Fryar. The Redskins entered the game 7-6 with an outside shot at the playoffs. the team would go on to finish 8-8 and missed the playoffs.
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