Though the decade offered some bright spots for the Redskins, there's no denying that plenty of low points existed as well. In a span that featured seven losing seasons, the Redskins face their fair share of problems both on and off the field.
In between the lines, it was the constant injury bug that derailed some of Washington's seasons. Namely, a fateful end to a successful 2012 season. While Robert Griffin III shined during that campaign, two games that saw him suffer injuries potentially altered his career. The first came in a regular-season matchup with the Ravens, where Griffin suffered an LCL sprain.
The quarterback would return to lead the team to the playoffs in the coming weeks, but a tough NFC Wild Card game against the Seahawks saw Griffin re-injure the LCL in addition to a torn ACL and meniscus. From then on, RG3 was never truly the same.
In addition to injuries, there were other organizational problems that clouded the decade. Bruce Allen's somewhat tone-deaf comments about the team "winning off the field" and the culture being "damn good" seem to contradict some of the struggles and scenarios that have played out. For example, the recent Trent Williams saga that ended with the tackle saying he has no trust in the team brought the decade to a depressing end.
You can check out all the low moments of the decade here.
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