The Washington Redskins will start the season with a game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but they’ll have another tough stretch of games ahead of them.
Here’s a look at what the team will have to overcome heading into the bye week:The first two games in the schedule have been rough, with the teams playing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday and the New Orleans Saints on Monday.
The Redskins had an 18-6 record on Sunday.
After that, they won four straight games, ending the season 10-6.
Here are the results for the games the Redskins played during that stretch:The Redskins had a bye in Week 3, but the team had to travel back to Washington, D.C., for the game against Baltimore.
The team didn’t play in Baltimore until Week 8.
Washington was without two starters on Sunday against the Bucs, which will hurt.
The offense suffered when quarterback Kirk Cousins went out with a hip injury, and the defense struggled as well.
That was compounded by a three-game losing streak.
Washington’s offense was just 8-of-26 for a league-worst 177 yards.
The defense had a game-high 15 sacks, but also allowed a league high 46 points.
The team was 4-of’th for 107 yards rushing with one touchdown.
The Redskins were 5-off for 63 yards passing with two touchdowns.
The offense was 4 of 11 for 39 yards passing and five touchdowns.
Washington lost at New Orleans and at Tampa Bay in Week 1, but still won the turnover battle and held the Saints to 3-of.27 passing.
The Rams also beat the Redskins on Sunday but lost by a combined score of 30-7.
The defense also got back on track with a 24-10 win over the Tampa-2, but Washington’s offense fell short.
It has lost five straight, including three straight to the Bears.
The 49ers are 6-0 against the Redskins.
The 49ers beat Washington 24-16 in Week 5.
Washington lost at Seattle in Week 4 and at San Francisco in Week 2.