The Redskins season ended when Alex Smith’s leg snapped. It ended again a couple of weeks later when Colt McCoy’s did the same thing.
But they have games remaining on their schedule and are required to field a team to complete those games. After realizing that Mark Sanchez wasn’t going to get the job done against the Giants on Sunday, they turned to Josh Johnson.
The 32-year-old quarterback, who prior to Sunday hadn’t played in the NFL since 2014, came in and threw for 195 yards and a touchdown on 11 of 16 passing. After the game he said he was playing in a charity basketball game in Oakland last week and had to play Madden to learn teammates’ names.
Josh Johnson said he was playing in a charity basketball game in Oakland last Sunday and legitimately had to play Madden this week just to learn teammates’ names. #Redskins
— Brian McNally (@bmcnally14) December 9, 2018
It looks like Washington found the guy to lose the rest of the games this season for them and not look completely incompetent doing so.
How bad is Mark Sanchez that a guy can walk in off the street and outplay you? And how much collusion against Colin Kaepernick in the NFL is going on?