Stock Report: The market for the Washington Football Team is collapsing

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - The Washington Football Team traveled north to Buffalo for a "measuring stick game" and in the process found that stick stuck in their eye.  Washington's offense was bad. Washington's defense was worse.  The Bills did what they wanted when they wanted. At all times. It was a throttling.  For Washington head coach Ron Rivera, if he's giving an honest assessment of his football team after this measuring stick game, the distance for the Burgundy and Gold to play championship football needs to be measured not in yards but rather in miles.  Stock traders always suggest to "buy the dip." That basically means to load up on a valuable stock after a bad moment, assuming that value will come back over time. After what happened in Buffalo, it's hard to assume value will return in Washington's stock.  Stock up Homerun hitter - There wasn't much to celebrate but Antonio Gibson reminded the NFL world of his big-play ability. On a well-timed screen call Gibs
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