The Commanders faced off against the Giants on Sunday and despite their impressive 403 yards of offense, they ultimately fell short in a 31-19 loss. One of the major factors contributing to this defeat was the team’s inability to stop the Giants’ defense, as they sacked Tommy DeVito nine times.
Despite his disappointment at the missed opportunity for a win, head coach Ron Rivera acknowledged that there are things that need to be evaluated and changed as they head into Week 12. However, he also recognized the limitations of making significant tweaks on a short week leading up to Thursday’s game in Dallas.
As the season progresses, one of the bigger questions facing the Commanders is about potential changes in ownership and their path for future seasons. With seven losses in nine games so far, it’s looking like they may need to make some drastic changes if they want to turn things around and make a playoff run.