Washington Redskins: Defense is King in 2015

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Guess which NFL team gave up more touchdown passes than any other NFL team last season? That’s right, you guessed it – the Washington Redskins. No matter how good any teams’ offense may be, you just can’t win in the NFC East divsion without a good defense.

Not to worry: Scot McCloughan has a plan in motion…

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Give Bill Callahan A Few Upgrades And Watch Out

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Offensive Line Coach Bill Callahan will be in charge of the Redskins running game this season. He comes to us from the Dallas Cowboys, who had the best running game in the league last season. What I like is the fact that Bill Callahan has headcoaching experience so he sees the big picture.

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Redskins Postgame Wrap-up: Redskins vs Bills, Week 8

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The Washington Redskins lost 23 to 0 to the Buffalo Bills Sunday, and the Redskins have very few positives to fall back on after this game. Continue reading

Bruce Allen Brought Tradition Back To The Washington Redskins as General Manager

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When I heard our owner Dan Snyder had chosen Bruce Allen as General Manager, I was excited and optimistic, because Allen had helped Tampa Bay and Oakland and his experience would make our Washington Redskins winners again. His being the General Manager and the hiring of Mike Shanahan gave us the leadership and management at an experienced, professional level. Continue reading

Redskins vs Panthers Week 7 Pre-game Factors

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It’s Week 7 and the Washington Redskins have 3 wins and 2 loses and had a bye-week. At this early point in the season we are just barely behind the New York Giants who are in 1st place in the NFC East Division. If the Redskins get another win and are 4 and 2 then the Giants get a bye, we are tied or in 1st place again. Continue reading

Redskins Wrap-up: Redskins vs Eagles, Week 6

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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: Continue reading