The Washington Redskins obviously weren’t paying attention in preseason.
They forgot the “football experts” picked them to end up dead last in the NFL.
They forgot the “football experts” picked them to end up dead last in the NFC East Division.
Dan Snyder forgot he was supposed to keep Jerry Jones’ trophies and Roger Goodell’s Mercedes polished.
Jay Gruden forgot he was supposed to cut Chip Kelly’s yard and take out Tom Coughlin’s garbage.
And last but not least Kirk Cousins forgot he wasn’t supposed to be “starting quarterback” material.
Instead they stomped a 30 burger mudhole in the Philadelphia Eagles, shocked everyone except the Redskins players, coaches & fans and committed “Grand Theft Division™” in front of a TV audience numbering in the tens of millions.
I’ll be damned if I know why the NFL thinks things have to be so secretive, but we should be used to it by now. An NFL spokesman would rather climb a hundred foot pine tree with a bag on his head and shout down a rumor than stand on the ground and give you a straight answer, LOL… Continue reading →
As of this writing, the Washington Redskins record is 3 and 7 and in the basement of the NFC East Division. Coming off their 6th straight loss, losing another game to the Dallas Cowboys they could have and should have won. Those who are negative will say this has been a “wasted season”, and blame and point fingers. 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 →
Cam Newton led his Carolina Panthers to a 33 to 20 win over the Washington Redskins and showed he is the “real deal”. Most of his passes were perfectly thrown and although the Redskins defense had the receiver covered, the passes were thrown so only the Panther receiver could touch them. Some had a lot of heat on them too and Cam ended up with a 127.5 passer-rating; he also had a 16 yard touchdown run. Continue reading →