The Commanders faced off against the Giants on Sunday and despite their impressive offensive output of 403 yards, they were unable to secure a win at home. The team’s defense was particularly strong, sacking Tommy DeVito nine times. However, this was not enough to overcome the mistakes made by Sam Howell, who threw three interceptions, and the team’s three fumbles. This loss marked the seventh defeat in nine games for the Commanders.
Head coach Ron Rivera expressed his disappointment with the missed opportunity for a win, despite their strong performance on offense. He acknowledged that there are changes that need to be made as they head into Week 12. However, he recognized that it may be difficult to make significant adjustments on a short week leading up to Thursday’s game in Dallas. As the season progresses, the bigger question remains about the team’s potential ownership changes and their path forward.
Despite their impressive offensive numbers, the Commanders were unable to secure a win against the Giants on Sunday. Head coach Ron Rivera expressed his disappointment with this missed opportunity and acknowledged that changes need to be made as they head into Week 12. However, he also recognized that it may be difficult to make significant adjustments on a short week leading up to Thursday’s game in Dallas.
Rivera emphasized that there are things that need to be evaluated and changed as they continue their season journey towards Week 12. Although he acknowledged that significant tweaks may not be possible on a short week before their next game against Dallas Cowboys, he still stressed that it is necessary for them to improve if they want any chance of winning.
As the season progresses, one of the biggest questions remaining for the Commanders is about potential ownership changes and what direction they will take moving forward. Despite this uncertainty, Rivera has maintained an optimistic outlook for his team’s future performance and believes they can still turn things around before it’s too late.