Redskins vs Cowboys Rivalry – The History As I Saw It

domination 2

This 69 year young Washington Redskins fan became a fan in 1969 when famous Green Bay Packer coach Vince Lombardi came out of retirement to be the new head-coach of the Washington Redskins. I had liked the Packers and their Green Bay sweep fascinated me and the famous ICE BOWL (Championship game between Dallas at Green Bay on the coldest day ever, frozen field) was my favorite game at the time.

Continue reading

Redskins vs 49ers Week 9 Pre-game Factors

Pic courtesy of sportsjourney.com

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

Washington Redskins Offensive Roster News & Quarterback Update

Pic courtesy of washingtonexaminer.com

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. Continue reading

Redskins Wrap-up: Redskins vs Rams, Week 4

Pic courtesy of wjla.com

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

Redskins vs Cowboys Team Comparisons, Week 3

Pic courtesy of gstatic.com

In the tale of the tape, Rex Grossman and Tony Romo are tied on touchdowns and the Redskins have the edge in the “running game”. Here is how each team measures up: Continue reading

Redskins vs Giants: Postgame 9/11/2011

Pic courtesy of the Tailgate Network

Brandon Banks is going to show us a lot this year. He is one very determined player and we are blessed to have him. If Rex Grossman and Anthony Armstrong could just find that little “niche” we would be making touchdowns regularly. Continue reading