On Sunday, the Commanders faced off against the Giants and put up an impressive 403 yards of offense. However, despite their efforts, they were unable to secure a win at home as the Giants sacked Tommy DeVito nine times. The team’s three interceptions and three fumbles also contributed to their loss, with the final score being 31-19 in favor of the Giants. This marked the seventh loss in nine games for the Commanders, leaving head coach Ron Rivera feeling frustrated about their performance.
Rivera expressed his disappointment at missing out on a potential win, despite their strong offensive numbers. He also acknowledged that there are things that need to be evaluated and changed as they head into Week 12, although he recognized the limitations of making significant changes 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 changes in ownership and their path for future seasons.