On Sunday, the Commanders faced off against the Giants and put up a strong showing with 403 yards of offense. Despite this, 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 a final score of 31-19 in favor of the Giants. This marked the seventh loss in nine games for the Commanders, leaving head coach Ron Rivera feeling disappointed about the missed opportunity for a win.
Rivera acknowledged that changes need to be made as they head into Week 12, but he recognized the limitations of making significant tweaks on a short week leading up to Thursday’s game in Dallas. As the season progresses, bigger questions remain about potential changes in ownership and the team’s path for future seasons. Despite these challenges, Rivera remains optimistic that with hard work and determination, the Commanders can turn things around and achieve success on and off the field.