At halfway mark, Redskins' playoff chances threatened by injuries, sluggish offense
This was Monday morning, before the Washington Redskins knew 40 percent of their offensive line and their fastest wide receiver would be gone for the season, back when the worst thing in their practice facility was the previous afternoon's 24-point loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
"Everybody has bad days at work," linebacker Mason Foster was saying. "You got to stay at it and keep chipping away every day."
Halfway through what had been a splendid surprise of a season, Washington's player...