Washington quarterback Rex Grossman against the Patriots earlier this month.

Evan Vucci, Associated Press - Ap

Week 1 Sept. 11 at San Diego Loss 24-17 Week 2 Sept. 18 Tampa Bay Loss 24-20 Week 3 Sept. 25 Detroit Loss 26-23 (OT) Week 4 Oct. 2 at Kan. City Loss 22-17 Week 5 Oct. 9 Arizona Win 34-10 Week 6 Oct. 16 at Chicago Loss 39-10 Week 7 Oct. 23 Green Bay Loss 33-27 Week 8 Oct. 30 at Carolina Win 24-21 Week 9 Nov. 6 Bye week Week 10 Nov. 14 at Green Bay Loss 45-7 Week 11 Nov. 20 Oakland Loss 27-21 Week 12 Nov. 27 at Atlanta Loss 24-14 Week 13 Dec. 4 Denver Loss 35-32 Week 14 Dec. 11 at Detroit Loss 34-28 Week 15 Dec. 18 New Orleans Loss 42-20 Week 16 Dec. 24 at Wash. Noon, Ch. 9 Week 17 Jan. 1 Chicago Noon, Ch. 9

Vikings' next opponent: Washington

  • Article by: CHRIS MILLER
  • Star Tribune
  • December 19, 2011 - 12:09 AM

The Redskins (5-9) are the only team in the NFC East that isn't in the hunt for a playoff spot, but they are playing the role of spoilers well, having beaten the New York Giants twice. Otherwise, Washington's season as been as forgettable as the Vikings' year.

REDSKINS WEEK 15: Washington 23, N.Y. Giants 10

Rex Grossman threw a touchdown pass to Santana Moss and Jabar Gaffney had six catches for 85 yards as the Redskins won on the road, handing the Giants their fifth loss in six games.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR:  Rex Grossman

Rex Grossman? Yes, Rex Grossman. The veteran QB has been around for nine seasons of ignominy, but has passed for 2,600 yards this season despite missing three games. And, he's licking his chops.


Unless Paul Krause, Bobby Bryant and Joey Browner come out of retirement, Grossman should be able to carve up the Vikings secondary before Santa hits the highway. Outlook: Horns down

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