It’s hard to find much that went right for this 1-9 team, especially because they were a failed (bizarre) two-point conversion away from losing that one game.
But if there’s anything to build on in Washington, it’s the young offensive core.
Terry McLaurin (above) has been arguably the best rookie receiver in football this year, averaging just over 2 yards per route run (a metric that’s been pretty good in telling us who’s elite at the position).
Running back Derrius Guice, a promising 2018 second-rounder, missed all of last season with a torn ACL and most of this season thus far after undergoing meniscus surgery.
He returned in Week 11 against the Jets, and while he didn’t do much damage rushing in his home debut, he ended Washington’s 16-quarter touchdown drought: