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32 Teams, 32 “Bold” Predictions

32 Teams, 32 “Bold” Predictions

| August 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

(in order of predicted finish by division)   NFC East Washington Redskins: Historically, every time the Orioles and Nationals make the playoffs in the same year the Redskins win their division. Look it up, doubters. Philadelphia Eagles: The Washington Warriors, Red Hawks, Redhawks, Red Rums, Red Weddings, whatever will win a Super Bowl before the […]

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True Lies and the Washington Redskins

True Lies and the Washington Redskins

| June 10, 2014 | 7 Comments

I think it’s safe to say the Redskins name debate has been front and center as the dominant headline around the Washington franchise since the conclusion of the drama filled 2013 campaign.  To be fair, the name debate has been a slow simmering debate that I personally recollect dating back to the ’91 Super Bowl […]

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We Can Re-Build Him: Fixing Robert Griffin III’s Throwing Mechanics

We Can Re-Build Him: Fixing Robert Griffin III’s Throwing Mechanics

| May 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

There are a lot of things that went wrong in the 2013 season, as Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III tried to return from an ACL injury. Losing nearly an entire off-season will hurt anyone, but for a younger player, it can be especially hard.   One of the areas that showed is in RGIII’s throwing […]

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Washington Redskins Owner Dan Snyder’s Worst Enemy is Dan Snyder

Washington Redskins Owner Dan Snyder’s Worst Enemy is Dan Snyder

| May 25, 2014 | 2 Comments

On Friday, Redskins general manager/President/it’s-unclear-what-his-actual-title-is-right-now Bruce Allen responded to a letter sent by 50 United States Senators to NFL czar commissioner Roger Goodell urging him to force the Washington Redskins to change their name. Upon my first reading of it, I thought it was exactly what it needed to be; smart, well-written, un-confrontational, fact checked, sourced. I felt […]

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Redskins Add WR DeSean Jackson

Redskins Add WR DeSean Jackson

| April 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

He was sitting in pre-game warmups on FedEx Field getting ready for Monday Night Football. He looks up when he hears an unfamiliar voice only to see a Redskins jersey with the number 30 on the front. His ears perked up and he took note of what was being said. That Redskin? Safety LaRon Landry […]

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