Redskins Rough Up Ravens, But There’s Still Work To Do

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The Baltimore Ravens fired their offensive coordinator after losing to the Washington Redskins, their 2nd straight loss.  Our 3 and 2 Washington Redskins are back in the mix and a victory next game at home versus the Philadelphia Eagles will put us at 4 and 2, 2 and 1 in the NFC East Division. That said, for us be competitive in the division we have to get back to the basics – 21 pass plays to 8 rushing plays in the first half shows room for improvement.

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Does Chef Scot McCloughan Have The Recipe For Success?

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The description of a Master Chef, or “Chef de Cuisine” if you prefer is the person in charge of all activities related to the restaurant kitchen including menu creation, management of kitchen staff, ordering and purchasing of inventory, and even plating design.

Oh yeah, and that includes recipes.

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All-Pro CB Josh Norman Signs With Redskins

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XX Josh Norman, all-pro cornerback from the Carolina Panthers, signed with our Washington Redskins on Friday 04-22-16.  His contract basically is for five years and 75 million dollars, with 50 big ones guaranteed.  
 

Sorry Governor Inslee, it looks like the Redskins just reinstated the “Capital Punishment Defense”…

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2016 Washington Redskins

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HEAR YE, HEAR YE, HEAR YE. Forget what the “so-called NFL experts” predict and all the doubters, pouters, and do-withouters and the HATER-AID drinkers say. The Dallas Cowboys, nor the NY Giants, and nor the Philadelphia Eagles will win the NFC East. Our Washington Redskins will again win the NFC East.

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Week 13: Cowboys @ Redskins (Jerry Jones Last Stand)

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On Pearl Harbor Day the Dallas Cowboys will play our Washington Redskins in our house.  December 7th 1941 saw lots of bombs landed on Pearl Harbor,  this December 7th Kirk Cousins may land some bombs himself on our archrival the Dallas Cowboys as our Redskins pound some humble into their pie.

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Redskins Pluck The Eagles – 23 to 20

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Getting “Down and Dirty“:

When Kirk Cousins lead our Redskins to a “come from behind” victory over the favored Philadelphia Eagles, he had to throw for almost 300 yards with one touchdown and zero interceptions. He also rushed for a one yard unplanned touchdown.   The muddy ball squirted out like a greased tree frog but Kirk alertly recovered it, then drove his body hard into the line and crossed the goal line for the touchdown. 

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