Washington Redskins Still Shouldn’t Trade Kirk Cousins

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I’m getting sick of all the talk about trading Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins. While he filled in admirably for starting quarterback Robert Griffin III for three games in 2013, there’s no long-term future for Cousins in Washington. Everyone knows that Griffin is the undisputed […]

The Unthinkable Happened To Peyton Manning In Super Bowl XLVIII

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Super Bowl XLVIII is becoming a distant memory. Then again, blowouts like the Seattle Seahawks’ 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos don’t provide many memorable moments. The biggest story was the poor play of Broncos quarterback and five-time NFL MVP […]

Karma Rewards Seattle Seahawks’ Malcolm Smith

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Seattle Seahawks’ cornerback Richard Sherman received all the hype and hatred leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII for his postgame bravado after the NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers. He prevented 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick from throwing a potential game-winning touchdown pass that would have sent […]

Russell Wilson Needs A Legacy-Enhancing Super Bowl

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It’s rare when a quarterback that will start in his first Super Bowl is a total afterthought, however, that’s the current status of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. That status is justified, since Wilson will be opposed by Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. Wilson is a second year player […]

Seattle Seahawks’ Richard Sherman Continues To Enhance Villainous Status

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Whether it’s intentional or not, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman (above, middle) makes it hard for many NFL fans outside of Seattle to root for a Seahawks’ victory in Super Bowl XLVIII. First, there was his less than gracious postgame interview after Seattle’s 23-17 victory over […]

Super Bowl XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks’ Stars Will Need Additional Help To Emerge Victorious

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On paper, the Seattle Seahawks are facing insurmountable odds against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. I don’t need to extol the exploits of Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning as that’s been done enough. Denver wide receiver Wes Welker and […]

Richard Sherman Is a Breath of Fresh Air

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Not many NFL fans are familiar with Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman. He plays in Seattle, not exactly an enormous media market in comparison to cities like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston and Philadelphia. I can also factor in that […]

Washington Redskins Look To Rebuild Efficiently in 2014

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The Washington Redskins won’t have the dark cloud of salary cap circumvention sanctions hanging over their heads in 2014. They may have as much as $43 million to spend on free agents, after having a combined $36 million in free-agency dollars taken away […]

The Washington Redskins’ New Coaching Hire Brings Intrigue

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Just when I thought I had the Washington Redskins figured out, they buck their own “conventional” wisdom. Their head coaching search has come to an end, as they signed a coach that has a big name in NFL circles. On Thursday, the Redskins hired Gruden […]

Washington Redskins Need Defensive-Minded Head Coach

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Now that the Mike Shanahan era is over, the Washington Redskins need to take some time to find their next head coach. I suggested that the Redskins consider Lovie Smith to become their next coach because of his defensive background. […]

Robert Griffin III: From Penthouse To Outhouse

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2013 was supposed to mark the triumphant return of Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III from his torn right ACL injury. Despite missing the entire 2013 preseason, RG3 was expected to step right in and assume the form that made […]

Washington Redskins’ Pierre Garcon Was A Great Free Agency Find

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The Washington Redskins have suffered through a miserable 3-13 season in 2013 filled with incompetent play in all aspects. When the highlight of your season is a controversy regarding the nickname “Redskins,” which many find to be offensive towards Native Americans, it’s […]