With 2 wins and 4 loses the Washington Redskins can’t afford to go backwards. I hesitate to say “must win” but it’s the only honest option. A win, and going 3 and 4 into a bye week is what the team needs now. Washington would still be in reach of the division title, only behind a game or so behind. During the bye week, either the NY Giants or Philadelphia Eagles can, and will most likely stumble. After the bye week the Redskins have to play the New England Patriots, but our chances will be good since we’ll get some of our injured starters back.
On Saturday, September 5th the other shoe will drop. When the hatchet stops swinging at 4:00 p.m. ET, a maximum of 53 players will remain on the roster. All other decisions to place on Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform, Reserve/Non- Football Injury or Illness, request waivers, terminate contract, trade contract, or continue to count the player on the active list will be completed as well.
The Washington Redskins will be home against their arch-rivals Dallas Cowboys Sunday 11/20/11. You can toss out statistics, throw away each teams records. When the Redskins and Cowboys battle, its a war. This rivalry goes way back to the George Allen and Tom Landry coaching days. Continue reading →
The Skins had a bad game last week against the Buffalo Bills and lost some games recently after a 2 and 0 start. Despite all the injuries that have caused the offense alot of problems, our Washington Redskins will be at home when they play the San Francisco 49ers Sunday. Redskins fans are the loudest and best “12th man” in the NFL, so the 49ers will have a very long and a bad day. Continue reading →
I believe the Redskins will win the NFC East Division this year and I have good reasons to believe that. I know the “talking head pundits experts” who are always wrong at the beginning of the season have chosen the Philadelphia Eagles to win the NFC East, and if not, the New York Giants or Dallas Cowboys, leaving my Redskins as the bottom once again. Continue reading →