Your Wednesday morning open thread:
Not only are the Redskins 0-2 but they are an ugly 0-2. They have been outscored 50-7 in the first half of their two games and have done little right until both games were out of reach. The defense has given up the second-most yards through two games in NFL history and Robert Griffin III has looked less like last year's rookie of the year and more like a raw rookie seventh-round draft pick out there.
Has this start changed your expectations for this team for 2013? Most fans and analysts had the Redskins winning somewhere between eight and 11 games. Wherever you were along that spectrum--or higher or lower--do you think that they can still accomplish what you thought they could at about 6:55 p.m. on Sept. 9 just before the opener?
Or have you adjusted your expectations? Is the division title or a wild card berth a goal that is fading?