McCoy expected to miss rest of season

Colt Mc Coy sacked by the Philadelphia Eagles

McCoy expected to miss rest of season

McCoy was scrambling to his right to avoid the Philadelphia Eagles' pass rush when he slid down, and his right leg came up and slammed into the knee of Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins.

After Washington's 28-13 loss in Philadelphia, head coach Jay Gruden said he expects the quarterback to miss the rest of the season.

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McCoy's injury occurred on the nasty slide and he was replaced by Mark Sanchez, who was tasked with keeping the Redskins afloat in the NFC playoff picture.

In other words, the NFC East very much is up for grabs, and this week's Monday Night Football tilt will have a pretty big impact on the division landscape. After sustaining the injury on a six-yard sack, he stayed in the game for two more plays, a pair of completions. The Redskins have been decimated by injuries this season, but they couldn't have expected another quarterback injury so early on Monday night. In just his second start of the season, McCoy broke his leg. Sanchez, a former Eagle, was eased into the lineup.

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