1-Our offense is nowhere near as prolific/dangerous as we would like to believe it is. Did you actually witness that horrific/pathetic performance in the first half? With 10 days to game plan for one of the worst defenses (through the first 6 weeks) in NFL history, and THAT is the dreck which our offense produces?? Someone remind me again, where does this Redskins defense rank? We made them look like the 1985 Bears in the first half. Jim Haslett is an idiot whose defense had been chewed up and spit out by just about every offense it had faced.....UNTIL we came to town. 2-Cutler is never going to be Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, et. al. My days of hoping/wishing/praying that Cutler would "finally realize his full potential" and become an elite QB are over. Guy is who he is, and that is not going to change. At this point in his career, I also feel that he is starting to become brittle. Dude suffers some pretty frustrating, "freakish" football injuries. First the bizzarro broken thumb against San Diego a few years ago, then the infamous Packers lower body injury, and now a catastrophic groin injury on a hit that looked pretty vanilla to my eyes. It's just a matter of time until he suffers another mondo bizarro injury on a seemingly innocuous hit. 3-We can all take solace in the fact that we all knew that this was NOT a Super Bowl team. Even if Cutler had not been injured today, we had ZERO shot at doing anything worthwhile this year. There are any number of teams in this league (Patriots, Saints, Broncos, Packers, Colts, Seahawks, etc. etc.) who would annihilate us time and time again, so any thoughts of "making noise" in the playoffs were/are patently absurd. This makes today's loss to the sorry ass Redskins infinitely easier to take. The last two games (a lucky "escape" against a winless Giants team, followed by defeat to a pathetic Redskins team) reveal that we are who we feared we were. 4-This defense is an absolute disgrace. NO MORE EXCUSES FROM ANYONE (the coaches, the talking heads in the media, the players themselves, meatball fans, etc.). I don't want to hear about "schemes holding our players back", or about how the "poor field conditions" made it really difficult to mount a pass rush, or about how many times we "almost" reached the QB, etc. It is all BALDERDASH, I say! The defense is just baaaaaaaaaad. Really, really, really, really bad. An above average pee-wee football team would prove capable of routinely mounting 90+ yard TD-scoring drives against this defense. Did anyone here REALLY believe there was a chance in hell that our defense was going to "hang on" against the Redskins in the final minutes?! The ENTIRE DL needs to be cut, pronto. Put HenryBurris and some of his friends on the roster; I don't care anymore. Emery is going to have to work a miracle this off-season. You thought rebuilding our sorry OL was a challenge?! lol, you wan't seen nothing yet. I would give my left nut and Henry's right nut to have Chandler Jones, instead of Shea McClellin, on this team. Emery really screwed the pooch on that one. I think Jones had another 4-5 sacks or something today, against the Jets. Hell, speaking of Henry, I would give anything to have the Jets DL. Whoever thought we'd be at a point where we would ENVY ANYTHING about the NY Jets?! It has turned into a sad season, bros. Sad season.