Posts Tagged ‘Washington Redskins’

Few things in life are more satisfying than a real good “I told you so!” And right now I’m feeling pretty satisfied about Russell Wilson, the undersized, rookie quarterback, who on Sunday led the visiting Seattle Seahawks to a playoff victory over the Washington Redskins.

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The irony and symbolism surrounding the upcoming Monday Night Football game can’t be more apparent. Donovan McNabb facing his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles, in a game to prove he can still run a team.
If he doesn’t play well, the damage already done to his reputation as a player and leader could be permanent, quite possibly moving McNabb from starter to backup or worse, as soon as next week.

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It was shocking to see McNabb on the sideline replaced by none other than Rex Grossman with less the two minutes to go in the game and the Redskins down by only six points to the lowly Detroit Lions.

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It’s as bad as its ever been here in Washington. I’m not talking about the health care debate, but football. The real glue in this transient city has long been the Redskins. But its been nearly 20 years since the Redskins have fielded a consistently good team. Making matters worse is that not only is […]

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Dear Mr. Campbell, You have taken the high road for weeks, while your boss, Washington Redskins owner, Dan Snyder, has now twice tried to publicly fire you and embarrass you.  I commend you for your decency during what must be an uncomfortable and trying time.   You are truly a southern gentleman.  You are much more decent […]

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