Tag: Washington Redskins

Four Down Territory – QB Blast from the Past

Four Down Territory – QB Blast from the Past

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08/03/2019

Welcome to Four Down Territory! This is a space where I’ll write about four things in professional sports every Saturday. Whether it’s the four greatest moments or the four worst blunders or anything in between, the only rule is that I’ll discuss four things. In my tenth installment, I’ll be outlining some of the best…

Disengaged District: A History of D.C. Sports

Disengaged District: A History of D.C. Sports

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03/18/2016

Ed Cole remembers January 30, 1983. He remembers grocery stores in his suburb closing early. He remembers sitting with his in-laws around a television. He remembers excitedly thrusting his fist into the air, accidentally punching the ceiling, and wiping the blood off his hands. On January 30, 1983, the Washington Redskins won the Super Bowl…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 4

The NFL Thermostat: Week 4

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09/30/2014

HOT 1. Steve Smith Sr. The former Carolina Panthers wide receiver promised “blood and guts” if he ever got the opportunity to face the Panthers as a member of the Baltimore Ravens. This week, Smith got his opportunity, and while it may have been slightly less gorey, he certainly got his revenge against his former…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 2

The NFL Thermostat: Week 2

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09/18/2014

HOT: 1. Washington Redskins: It might seem ridiculous to place a team that just lost its franchise quarterback on the hot list, but realistically, the future of the Redskins looks brighter than it did last week. This is RGIII’s second major lower body injury, and he looked horrendous even when playing healthy in Week 1….

Double DeSean: Philly’s Loss, D.C.’s Gain

Double DeSean: Philly’s Loss, D.C.’s Gain

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04/08/2014

Since the beginning of the Robert Griffin III era, I’d contended that a big time receiver would make the difference between the Redskins being a good team and a great team. Well, those aren’t really the options anymore. The Redskins are, frankly, awful. The team finished their last campaign with a 3-13 record, good enough…

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