The Washington Redskins missed an opportunity to end the Cowboys' season and lock down the NFC East last week.
If the Redskins have any hopes of still reaching the playoffs, their best chance of being competitive over these last four games would come with signing Colin Kaepernick to be their starting quarterback.
Of course. the 'Skins lost Alex Smith to a gruesome injury back on November 18 - but passed on signing Kaepernick the following week in favor of adding Mark Sanchez.
Now the Redskins will turn to Mark Sanchez, who starts at QB next Sunday for the Redskins (6-6) against the visiting New York Giants (4-8).
Patrick Corbin agrees to six-year deal with Nationals
Less than a week ago Corbin and his wife were welcomed to Yankee Stadium to meet with the club he grew up loving as a kid. Corbin visited with the Phillies and the Yankees last week, and NY was reportedly unwilling to offer a sixth year.
"It's just going to be a matter of which way do we want to go?"
Bad news, Colin Kaepernick fans: Jay Gruden says they likely won't. "That's why we went with Sanchez".
Against the Eagles, the 32-year-old Sanchez compiled a passer rating of 53.7, going 13 for 21 for only 100 yards with one interception and one fumble that he managed to recover. Which Sanchez did. We just wanted somebody to have a similar skill set to Colt and had a little bit of familiarity with some of the concepts that we've been running. Sanchez being with [offensive coordinator Matt] Cavanaugh helped out a lot.
Several owners, coaches and team executives have been called to testify, and the case is scheduled to go to trial.