Some stat stuff for you to chew on.
The Wizards are easily on pace to be the worst offensive team in Wizards history when it comes to scoring goals. Through 19 games the Wizards have only scored 15 goals. The 1999, 2001, and 2009 Wizards are tied for the least amount of goals in Wizards history with 33. Unless the Wizards score 18 goals in their final 11 games (1.64 goals per game), the team will set a new record for putting the ball in the net futility. To avoid the 1.031 goals per game by the 1999 team, the Wizards will need to score 16 goals to finish with 31 and a 1.033 goals per game average. Either way they have to score more goals in the final 11 games than they did the first 19.
Not only that, but the Wizards could be on course to be the worst offense in league history. Currently through 19 games the Wizards have scored 15 goals, an average of .79 goals per game. The record for goal scoring futility is Toronto FC's expansion year where they only scored 25 goals in the season, an average of .83 goals per game. To not finish at least tied for that record, the Wizards need to average a goal per game the rest of the season to finish with 26 goals and ahead of TFC's mark. The good news for the Wizards in this situation (if there can be good news in this) is that DC United is doing worse than KC. DC currently has 13 goals through 20 games, an average of .65 a game.
In regards to points, the Wizards are only 4 points away from passing the 1999 team for the fewest points earned in a season, so at least they don't appear set to set that record.