The Washington Commanders have circled the drain for two consecutive weeks.

 During Sunday's Week 1 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, Washington did not stink for once in a clash of turd-bowl teams rushing to the sewers.

Prior to this game, the Lions had not been favoured in 24 straight games. The Lions finished 3-13 last season, and D.J. Chark was their biggest offseason acquisition.

And, unlike Washington, they were defeated by a much more potent Eagles team in Week 1.

Jalen Hurts, Miles Sanders, and A.J. Brown shredded the Lions' defence.

Nonetheless, you could argue that Detroit was one of the Week 1's most impressive losers due to their second-half offensive surge.

When you're the Lions, the bar is low, so you have to take moral victories wherever you can find them.

For years, Washington has been slipping into the bottom tier of the league. Detroit defeated Washington 19-14 in 2009, snapping a 19-game losing streak.

The Browns and Lions have the lowest winning percentages in the NFL since 2000, followed by the Jaguars, Texans, Raiders, and Commanders.

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