In what has been a fairly dismal season (okay...decade) for Redskins fans, this story (from the AP via Yahoo! Sports) offers some relief:
"IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Drew Bledsoe stood grim-faced on the sideline, his fingers locked inside the collar of his jersey, a visor pulled over his eyes. The New York Giants already had their way with him -- and now they were doing the same to his backup.
After Bledsoe's sack-filled first half performance ended in an interception, Tony Romo trotted in to start the second, when he was greeted by a standing ovation and chants of his last name.
Then, on his first snap, Romo threw an interception."
It's like I always say. If you can't beat'em...let someone else do it.