Attention NFC: Redskins “Ain’t no Walk-Thru Game No More”

Teams playing the Redskins will discover that there “ain’t no walk-thru no more“. Opposing offensive players will have to enter at their own risk. The “Enforcers” will hit you and you will feel it and remember it.

leonardskins LeonardSkins
RedskinsTailgate GM, Senior Staff Writer

BEWARE – NO TRESPASSING
Violators Will Get A Beat Down

Capital Punishment is back. A secondary that will feed
off each other, working as one. Dashon Goldson and Jeron Johnson
will probably end up being our starting safeties and Chris Culliver
will be a starting cornerback. DeAngelo Hall and others are in the mix.

These guys are known for their hard hits and those hits are remembered
by those who got hit, thus adding fear to the opposing players.
They will hear footsteps and their arms will get shorter so less passes
complete. I’m betting our defense does NOT give up the most touchdown
passes again this season. So let those who have our Redskins picked to
be last again in our division think that until we win the NFC East.

General Manager Scot McCloughan has also given high-energy,
motivating Defensive Coordinator Joe Barry some help with the front
seven – Free agent linemen Stephen Paea, Terrance Knighton and Ricky
Jean Francois. Ryan Kerrigan and Jason Hatcher will have some help and should
give our Redskins a great pass-rushing and run-stopping D-line.
Scot is not finished. I believe he will find us even more depth
on defense in the forthcoming NFL Draft beginning 4/30/15.

Under GM Scot McCloughan’s tenure, the Seattle Seahawks and the San
Francisco 49ers became known for their top ranked defenses and he is
doing the same here, We WILL have an exceptional defense this year
that’s deep with quality players ready to step up and help us win.

We all know how important the defense is. With a defense that we are
going to have, we will not be down alot of points and have to abandon
our powerful running-game lead by A Train Alfred Morris. The defense
can stop the other offense and get the ball back to our offense,thus
winning the time of possession battle and keeping the other offense
off the field. We will be able to have a balanced attack and score alot
of points and WIN. Our offense has the talented players to score alot
of points per game if we have a good oline and good defense. Guess
what! We are getting both now.

HAIL, HTTR

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7 thoughts on “Attention NFC: Redskins “Ain’t no Walk-Thru Game No More”

  1. Just beat the Eagles and Giants. Last time you were this positive was in 2012, so I am getting slightly concerned. Go Cowboys.

  2. Well, be ready for “Romo’s LAST STAND” like Custer. Wardrums, braves on the warpath. get your crying towel ready.

  3. Jerry Jones will be having his glasses cleaned by others to be sure he saw correctly as our defense stops the Cowboys offense, sacks Romo, and Redskins sweep Cowboys.

  4. Nobody can argue with the defenses that have become the calling card of the NFC West, and I especially like what some might consider the “high risk/high gain”signings of Dashon Goldson and Chris Culliver by Scot McCloughan, adding a bit of the West Coast nasty” to a defense that was in need of an edge. Both of these players showed great promise in their debutante years, only to become huge disappointments to the point of being something of a liability to their own teams, as well as almost radioactive to other teams who might have benefited from their ball skills. If they can embrace this opportunity to restart their careers, it will payoff big for the Redskins, the players and the fans.

    This division is shaping up to be potentially one of the most competitive and exciting “sleeper” divisions nobody talks about outside of Philly and Dallas (fans becoming “tone” deaf to them after too many years of bluster).

    On the surface, I like what the Redskins have done in the off season in the way of signing talent, finding the needed pieces, while not mortgaging the future of the organization. My biggest concern would be that with so many “strong” individual personalities, is their sufficient established leadership to sustain these collective egos and maintain a “team first” functioning?

  5. Clssylssy:

    “On the surface, I like what the Redskins have done in the off season in the way of signing talent, finding the needed pieces, while not mortgaging the future of the organization. My biggest concern would be that with so many “strong” individual personalities, is their sufficient established leadership to sustain these collective egos and maintain a “team first” functioning?”

    Good point. It’s a built in catch 22 with teams that have serious potential. Where you have winning teams you have players with “strong” individual personalities.

    The Skins coaching staff has their work cut out for them.

  6. The Eagles we’re going to grill on the fire, bon appettite… Eli we’ll bury in an ant hill.

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