Washington Redskins Should Be Favorites in NFC East

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I’m aware certain sport books and odds makers might see this differently. I’m aware what you are about to read runs the risk of making me sound like a shameless kool-aid, sipping homer. That said, in taking a look at the NFC East, the Washington […]

The Plot Thickens For Washington Redskins’ Kirk Cousins

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I don’t want to sound overly dramatic. It was one quarter of the first preseason game. Also, I am by no means suggesting Kirk Cousins should supplant Robert Griffin III as the Washington Redskins starting quarterback when Griffin returns to […]

Washington Redskins Owner Daniel Snyder Not Helping Himself By Interviewing With Chris Cooley

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I’ve been noting throughout the summer that Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has seemingly taken a recent interest in public opinion. He hired an outside group to conduct a town-hall-type fan forum earlier this summer, and also commissioned an email survey […]

Latest Washington Redskins Quarterback Controversy: Rex Grossman Vs. Pat White

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Ok, it’s not exactly one of the classic Washington Redskins quarterback controversies. No, Rex Grossman vs. Pat White is not going to remind anyone of Billy Kilmer and Sonny Jurgensen, Doug Williams and Jay Schroeder, or Gus Frerotte and Heath […]

Washington Redskins Fans, Robert Griffin III: An Evolving Relationship

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Sure, the love affair is still alive. No one has any reason to doubt the marriage will anything but  beautiful. However, make no mistake: the honeymoon is clearly over. Of course, I speak of Washington Redskins fans and their relationship with quarterback Robert […]

Five Worst Washington Redksins QBs of Recent Memory

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Does Mike Holmgren Deserve Induction Into Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014?

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I would not say Mike Holmgren makes an absolute, overwhelming case to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The former head coach of the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks will never be mentioned in the same breath as NFL […]

Washington Redskins: High Expectations are Fair for Robert Griffin III

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In a shocking development, the subject of one of today’s Washington, D.C., sports-talk radio was surprise, surprise, Robert Griffin III. Yes, whether it’s his knee, his rehabilitation, his wedding, his press conference or just him in general, the second-year quarterback […]

Washington Redskins: Richard Seymour Would Look Good in Burgundy and Gold

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The open of training camp has not been good for the Washington Redskins‘ defensive ends. Adam Carriker, who missed most of last season with a torn quad tendon, was placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list last Thursday. It […]

Washington Redskins: Training Camp in Richmond a Success So Far

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Obviously, the main story dominating headlines with the Washington Redskins this Training Camp center around quarterback Robert Griffin III‘s recovery from reconstructive knee surgery. The Redskins also have a sudden need to fill at defensive end brought on by Adam […]

Washington Redskins: The Expectations Game


We tend to play these games this time of year. Whether its going through a team’s schedule and counting certain games as a win or loss, or prognosticating a team’s final record, the guessing game is alive and well. Further, […]

Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan Saying and Doing the Right Things, For Now

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Saying and doing the right things is usually a pretty good start. And so far (one day), Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and head coach Mike Shanahan are saying and at least what the public can tell, doing the […]