Week two has our Washington Redskins facing another hard-hitting, good defense. The St. Louis Rams are coming off an overtime victory over Seattle Seahawks. The Redskins are coming off a loss, but we found out our Oline is improved, and we have a strong running-game.
In all honesty I didn’t feel that way a couple of weeks ago we were bushwhacked by that beady-eyed bandit of a Commish, but so far he hasn’t had the cajone’s to go after our first round draft pick. Continue reading →
Like the title and the Redskins video both indicate, the Washington Redskins have their own style of capitol punishment, and they deliver it on the field. There’s no judge, just an 11 man jury who dispense all judgments with extreme prejudice: the Redskins defense. Continue reading →
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 →
Last night the Washington Redskins come up short on the road 18 to 16 in a great defensive battle. Both the Redskins and Cowboys played great on defense. There were 3 fieldgoals each at halftime; the score was 9 to 9. Why did the Redskins lose? Our fault, their fault, nobody’s fault… Credit the Dallas defense for stopping the running game and playing a good game. Continue reading →
Big NFC East Division rivals Dallas Cowboys host the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football, and most of the games between these two are decided by less than 7 points, and often down to the last play or the last minute of the game. Continue reading →