On Sunday, the Commanders faced off against the Giants and put up a strong offensive performance. With 403 yards on offense, they were able to make some headway. However, despite their best efforts, they couldn’t secure a win at home. The Giants managed to sack Tommy DeVito nine times, which was a significant blow to the Commander’s defense.
Despite their impressive offensive numbers, the Commanders still lost 31-19 to the Giants. This marked their seventh loss in nine games so far this season. Head coach Ron Rivera expressed his disappointment at the missed opportunity for a win, but also acknowledged that there are things that need to be evaluated and changed as they prepare for Week 12. However, he recognized that making significant tweaks on a short week leading up to Thursday’s game in Dallas would be challenging.
As the season continues, the bigger question remains about the team’s potential changes in ownership and their path for future seasons. Rivera and his team will need to continue working hard if they hope to turn things around before it’s too late.