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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 Have The Least Sexy Draft Ever

Washington Redskins Have The Least Sexy Draft Ever

| May 11, 2014 | 1 Comments

The Redskins certainly didn’t care about making a splash.  Bruce Allen was telling no jokes when he said he was comfortable with the make-up of the roster. After working free agency magic, signing away big names from division rivals while keeping the cap situation manageable, Allen’s first draft in Washington without Mike Shanahan having the […]

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The Best Thing For The Redskins is to Let Robert Griffin III Talk

The Best Thing For The Redskins is to Let Robert Griffin III Talk

| January 13, 2014 | 1 Comments

At some point while I was reading Robert Griffin III’s Facebook post/rant, I kept thinking of this;   For the non-wrestling fans in the audience, that is CM Punk’s now infamous (in wrestling circles, anyway) “pipe bomb” promo. While not completely a “shoot” (i.e; unscripted) promo, many of the grievances that Punk talks about are […]

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The Character Assassination of Robert Griffin III

The Character Assassination of Robert Griffin III

| January 7, 2014 | 27 Comments

Sally Jenkins’ new hit job on Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III comes a full week after Mike Shanahan was finally relieved of his duties. It’s the latest in a series of curiously timed leaks mean to destroy the character of a young man, who’s true crimes are still unknown.   When Robert was initially drafted, […]

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The Mike Shanahan Error: How To Rebuild (And Then Destroy) a Team in 4 Seasons

The Mike Shanahan Error: How To Rebuild (And Then Destroy) a Team in 4 Seasons

| December 30, 2013 | 10 Comments

Mike Shanahan has been fired as head coach and Executive Vice President of Football Operations.   Minus 2012′s miracle run to an NFC East Championship, Shanahan finished his coaching career in D.C with a 17-40 record, a whole lot of needless quarterback controversy, and a bitter power struggle that seemed unnecessary and unwarranted to many […]

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