Kirk Cousins may have finally been chosen to be the starting quarterback of the Washington Redskins last season, but the first half of 2015 came off as clumsy as a pig on ice skates. In game One the Skins managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory over Miami. After 5 more games the record stood at 2 wins and four losses.
Why the rough start? Two things stood out:
Kirk threw 8 interceptions in 6 games – but was that cause, or just the symptom?
Kirk didn’t get to practice at all with the first string before the start of the regular season – definitely not a symptom, and arguably the most likely cause of the 6 game “3 Stooges Marathon”.
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Just what does the phrase mean to you? We hear it often in sports, “So-and-So is a game changer” but quite frankly the label really doesn’t apply to some guys they hang it on. The Washington Redskins however have a genuine, “for real” bona-fide game changer.
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”…
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.