The Redskins are 2-1 in the NFC East and 6-3 against the conference overall, but they have obviously lost a starting quarterback and lost two in a row and three of their last four. In just his second start of the season, McCoy broke his leg.
Colt McCoy exited Monday's game against the Eagles with a lower leg injury and the Redskins later announced he would not return.
Mark Sanchez entered the game after the injury and appears to be Washington's top quarterback going forward.
But that didn't stop McCoy from staying on the field for a few more plays, despite eventually finding out that he had suffered a fractured fibula.
McCoy managed to limp to the locker room and was ruled out by the team before the second half began.
Washington's injury woes at the quarterback position continued on Monday night.
McCoy was injured on a scramble on the final play of the first quarter, his whipping around and hitting Eagles' safey Malcom Jenkins. They'll try to take advantage and in the process send their hated division rival reeling.