Things are getting bad in DC. So bad that Washington may be in the running to add either Bryce Young or Will Anderson to the list of Crimson Commanders in the 2023 draft.

Sunday's game against Dallas was just as difficult to watch for Washington fans as last week's 24-8 drubbing at the hands of Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles. Carson Wentz had absolutely no protection from the offensive line, and when he did, he held on to the ball way too long.

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In addition to the offensive woes, the Commanders' secondary continued to look like AMC Gremlins trying to keep up with Corvettes. They made life very easy for Cowboys back-up quarterback Cooper Rush and his wide receivers.

If things don't change quickly, Washington is going to find itself drafting very high next year, something fans in the nation's capital have gotten used to.

Jonathan Allen - Defensive Tackle

Washington's defensive leader seemed to be the only player interested in stopping the Cowboy's on Sunday. He was instrumental in holding Dallas to just 62 yards on the ground and accounted for the only sack of the day for Washington.

His eight tackles, four tackles for a loss, and pass deflection were above and beyond the best individual performance on the defense.

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Daron Payne - Defensive Tackle

Payne had a quiet day in Dallas. He managed a tackle for loss, batted ball, and five tackles, but was largely neutralized by the Cowboys' excellent offensive line.

The slow day is abnormal for Payne this year. He's been a leader on the defense throughout the first part of the season and has been making his case for a big payday this coming offseason.

Cam Sims - Wide Receiver

Once again, Sims was dressed but not targeted. It is puzzling that the Commanders have no interest in utilizing the 6'5" physical wide out, especially with how many prayers Wentz has been throwing up with the hopes that one of his guys can win a jump ball.

Brian Robinson, Jr. - Running Back

Robinson is expected to be activated by the Commanders next week. Whether or not that translates to playing time remains to be seen, but given how much Washington has struggled this year in "and short" situations, it seems like they need to.

Robinson's bruising style of running could be the thing this offense needs to start turning the tide on the offensive line and sustaining drives. If they can do that, maybe things will start looking up in DC.

His recovery has been nothing short of incredible. After being shot twice in the knee during an attempted carjacking in north east Washington, many were unsure he would play at all this season, let alone just over a month later.

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