The Redskins Coaching Staff Has New Goals To Set

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After 83 years the coaching history of the Washington Redskins is equally rich with tradition and championships. What began with the Boston Braves & head coach Lud Wrayin 1932, and the Boston Redskins in ’33 with head coaches Lone Star Dietz & Eddie Casey in ’35 has evolved with the years into a new team now. There are new faces and new names in the coaching staff, with new traditions to build and new championships to win.

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Attention NFC: Redskins “Ain’t no Walk-Thru Game No More”

Teams playing the Redskins will discover that there “ain’t no walk-thru no more“. Opposing offensive players will have to enter at their own risk. The “Enforcers” will hit you and you will feel it and remember it.

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Winning Off the Field Has To Happen First

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If NFL football was easy, anyone could be a champion.

However, winning at the professional level is a full time job, regardless of the offseason –

…and more of the game is played off the field than on.

 

 
So, the game has evolved over the years into a process by which the coaches and staff are as hard-pressed as the players.
 
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It’s Time For The Redskins Fans to start supporting Kyle Shanahan

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This writer does not have a problem with Coach Mike Shanahan having his son Kyle Shanahan as the offensive coordinator, because Kyle earned his stripes and has experience and success in the NFL previously with the Houston Texans. I think everyone will agree when healthy the Houston Texans have an explosive offense. Continue reading

Redskins vs 49ers Week 9 Pre-game Factors

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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

Redskins Wrap-up: Redskins vs Rams, Week 4

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The Washington Redskins improved to 3 and 1 by defeating the St. Louis Rams 17 to 10. Ryan Torain ran for 135 yards and a 20-yard touchdown as the Redskins jumped on the Rams early, then had to get a great effort from the defense to hold off a late rally by the proud and frustrated Rams. Continue reading