Redskins booed off field after brutal first half against Giants
The Washington Redskins were booed off the field after a brutal first half on Sunday against the New York Giants.
Washington went into halftime down 34-0. They were hardly able to stop the Giants on defense and barely able to move the ball on offense. The remaining Redskins fans at the game had enough of the display and made their feelings known with some boos.
Giants 34-0. Skins leave field to total boos. Those fans in Skins jerseys holding up one finger to team are not saying "We're No. 1." Worst deficit in 1st 1/2 in FedEx history. That barely captures the reality. U could burn all the tapes & the memories would live on –The Undead.
— Thomas Boswell (@ThomasBoswellWP) December 9, 2018
Not surprisingly, the Redskins are being booed off the field at halftime, down 34-0 to the Giants. Of course, there aren't many boos because most of the people left in the stadium are wearing Giants jerseys.
— Les Carpenter (@Lescarpenter) December 9, 2018
Washington had just two first downs and 51 total yards in the half, which would put any fan to sleep. Things were so bad they ended up benching Mark Sanchez for Josh Johnson, who just signed with the team during the week.
Washington has officially become a walking disaster.