ASHBURN, Va. -- In the past month, the Washington Redskins:
Lost their top two quarterbacks and replaced them with two who’d been on the street.
Claimed Reuben Foster after his arrest and release, leading to a week’s worth of attention.
Had players pop off with criticism more than once.
Were distracted by controversial messages on a starting linebacker’s Instagram account.
Lost four consecutive games.
Somehow, though, all that hasn’t sunk them. So here they are, still alive in the NFC playoff race with two games left.