Leave it to Mike Florio to start some sh_t, then
ride it like a pony for days:
“If the goal for the Washington football organization is to confuse anyone and everyone possible, mission accomplished.”
Earth to Mike Florio: If it’s anyones goal to confuse the fans, it must be
Pro Football Talk and Fox news.
Posted in Washington Redskins News |
Tagged Bill Callahan, Billy Kilmer, Colt McCoy, Jay Gruden, Kirk Cousins, left tackle, quarterback, RG3, Robert Griffin III, Scot McCloughan, Sonny Jurgensen, Trent Williams, Washington Redskins |
The bottom line: Jay Gruden has named Robert Griffin III as the starting quarterback for this 2015 season. It’s Griffin’s job to keep, or lose as the case may be – but short of injury expect him to keep it.
Posted in 2015 Season, Washington Redskins News |
Tagged Bengals, Cowboys, Jay Gruden, Midgets, minicamps, NFC East, NFC East Champs, Niles Paul, Oline, ota's, playoffs, quarterback, Redskins, RG3, Robert Griffin III, Seahawks, tightend, WARPATH, Washington Redskins, washington redskins injuries |
One things for sure, it feels good to have a healthy defense again to start out the 2012 season. Sure the Skins fans and the rest of the nation was waiting to see how well RGIII handled pro pressure, but without the Redskins defense standing firm the game would have been lost.
Posted in 2012 Preseason, Redskins Defense, Redskins Football, Redskins Preseason 2012 |
Tagged 2012 season, Bears, Bears defense, Bears loss, Bears offense, Broncos, Broncos defense, Buffalo Bills, Chicago, Chicago Bears, coach Mike Shanahan, Defensive coordinator, Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, defensive depth chart, Defensive Line, defensive stand, depth, depth chart, down, endzone, Evan Royster, field-goal, fumbled, handoff, healthy defense, Hogs, Jason Campbell, Jim Haslett, Mike Shanahan, players, points, quarterback, Redskins, Redskins coach, Redskins Defense, Redskins Defensive Line, road trip, Robert Griffin III, Saturday, Shanney, Skins defense, Soldier Field, touchdown, touchdown strike, Win |
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It’s official now, Redskins coach Mike Shanahan has informed his team and the media that John Beck will start at quarterback Sunday when Washington visits Carolina.
Posted in Announcements, Redskins Coaching and Management, Redskins Player Issues, Redskins Regular Season 2011 |
Tagged 1st down, 1st string, 4th quarter, Beck, bye, Carolina Panthers, Carolina., Coach, college, college coaches, defender, defense, Eagles, Editor, first place, first start, HTTR, interceptions, interchangeable, John Beck, media, Miami Dolphins, Mike Shanahan, mobile, New York Giants, News, NFC East, Offensive Roster, official, Philadelphia Eagles, platoon, quarterback, Quarterback Update, receivers, Redskins, Redskins coach, Redskins coach Mike Shanahan, redzone, replaced, Rex Grossman, running-backs, Santana Moss, switch, system, tailgate, team players, Terrance Austin, the system, tough call, Update, Washington, Washington Redskins |
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The Philadelphia Eagles came into Fed Ex stadium and defeated our Washington Redskins 20 to 13. I give credit where credit is due and the Eagles played a great game and were well coached and had a good game-plan. The reasons why the Redskins lost are the following:
Posted in Philidlphia Eagles, Post Game, Redskins Football, Redskins Regular Season 2011 |
Tagged 1st place, all-weather, announcement, BAD CALL, bad game, bad throws, benched, Cam Newton, capitalized, Carolina Panthers, championship teams, Chris Cooley, Coach, coach Mike Shanahan, Dallas Cowboys, DeAngelo Williams, defense, Drew Brees, dropped passes, endzone, game-plan, Giants, guilty, helmet to helmet, Hogs, intentional grounding, interceptions, Jeremy Shockey, John Beck, Jonathan Stewart, key, Kory Lichtensteiger, left guard, long season, marching down the field, Michael Vick, Mike Shanahan, necessary adjustments, New Orleans Saints, NFC East, NFC East Divisional title, NFL, NY Giants, Oline, one dimensional., Panthers, personal foul, Philadelphia Eagles, protection, quarterback, Redskins, Redskins vs Eagles, Redskins Wrap-up, Rex Grossman, running game, running-backs, short field, spark, Steve Smith, surgery, Tight end, title, touchdown, Trent Williams, Washington Redskins, Week 4, well coached, winner |