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NFL Week 6 Power Rankings: Great teams are rare entities in the modern NFL

Touchdown Wire Logo By Doug Farrar of Touchdown Wire | Slide 1 of 32: (0-5. Last week: 30) No matter how badly your Monday may have gone, Jay Gruden probably has one up on you. The now-former Redskins head coach was summoned to team headquarters at 5 a.m. following his team's 33-7 loss to the Patriots and summarily fired. There's no question Gruden needed to go -- his 35-49-1 record since he got the job in 2014 tells the story -- but this is not a franchise that's one great coach away from a turnaround. They've mishandled player situations from Trent Williams to Dwayne Haskins, their defense is underperforming severely, and even when Haskins is ready for the rigors of the NFL, it's legitimate to wonder who's going to be around him. As has been the case through most of Dan Snyder's tenure, the Redskins move from one disaster to another. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

32. Washington Redskins

(0-5. Last week: 30) No matter how badly your Monday may have gone, Jay Gruden probably has one up on you. The now-former Redskins head coach was summoned to team headquarters at 5 a.m. following his team's 33-7 loss to the Patriots and summarily fired. There's no question Gruden needed to go -- his 35-49-1 record since he got the job in 2014 tells the story -- but this is not a franchise that's one great coach away from a turnaround. They've mishandled player situations from Trent Williams to Dwayne Haskins, their defense is underperforming severely, and even when Haskins is ready for the rigors of the NFL, it's legitimate to wonder who's going to be around him. As has been the case through most of Dan Snyder's tenure, the Redskins move from one disaster to another. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports
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