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Think about it: The Redskins could face six straight zero-win teams

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By Eric Edholm

Yet another reason why the Redskins must win their next three games, two at the very minimum.

They could face six straight zero-win teams to start the season. I wonder if that has happened before.

In Week One, they faced the 0-0 Giants. Stay with me. I know everyone is 0-0 in Week One.

Week Two, they faced the 0-1 Rams.

Week Three, they faced the 0-2 Lions. In case you have been distracted, the Redskins lost.

Week Four, the Redskins will face the 0-3 Buccaneers.

Week Five, the Redskins will face the 0-3 Panthers, who are on bye.

In Week Six, the Redskins will face the Chiefs, who currently are 0-3 and have the Giants and Cowboys, both at home.

Just another reason why Jim Zorn and Co. have to win games right now. Losing to Carolina wouldn't be horrible, but this slate is too easy (minus the Giants game) to have a sub-.500 record.

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