QB situation commander is a hot mess with playoff berth on the line

No one really expected the Washington Commanders to hang out with the hot San Francisco 49ers on the road on Christmas Eve.

Taylor Heinicke was once again started at center back for Ron Rivera’s team, only to grapple with mistakes throughout his game.

With Washington dropping multiple points in the fourth quarter, Rivera becomes a struggling veteran Carson Wentz who had performed quite well against the 49ers defense became soft when the game got out of control.

To the end, Washington lost with the score 37-20. It represented the team’s second consecutive loss and sent the Commanders to a 7-7-1 scoreline of the season.

Washington still finds himself in play-off positionbut it was a tight race with the Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions breathing hard.

Going into Week 17 against the Cleveland Browns, Rivera still hasn’t commitment begins for that important New Year’s Day game.

But at this point, it really doesn’t matter who started. If Washington makes it to the knockout stages, it will be a game that defies midfield play. Here’s why.

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