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Dave Nichols and Andy Holmes of District Sports Page discuss the Washington Redkins 41-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars and the injury to quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Dave Nichols and Andy Holmes of District Sports Page discuss the Washington Redskins opening day 17-6 loss to the Houston Texans.
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today we will have Jon Fox, our Washington Redskins correspondent, in to talk about the Redskins as they head into the opening weekend of the NFL regular season. How ill RG III adapt to the new system of head coach Jay Gruden and will the Washington offense get back to its 2012 productivity levels with the addition of WR Desean Jackson? How is the defense looking and will this be a dominant year for the super talented Brian Orakpo? We'll discuss these things and more as we look at the Redskins and the entire NFC East during the segment.
In this latest installment of the 2014 NFL SuperFan series, founder of the "Banshee Sports" blog/big Redskins fan Rebecca "Becky Lee" Wetzel will be previewing the Washington Redskins' upcoming season. Topics to be discussed include:
Will the Redskins ever change their nickname?
Why is Daniel Snyder constantly screwing crap up?
Will Robert Griffin III bounce back this season?
Will the 2014 draft help the Redskins?
Is Jay Gruden the coach for the job?
Can the Redskins win their division?
Tonight we dive into the Seattle Seahawks off season with Bleacher Report reporter, Keith Myers. We'll talk about the draft, big contracts, and how the Super Bowl 48 Champs can recreate the success of last season. Then we'll be joined by NFLFemale Redskins reporter Kelli Patrice, and CBS Sports reporter Pete Medhurst to look forward to the 2014 Washington season. Join us!
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today, Bo welcomes Washington Redskins correspondent Jon Fox to the show to share his thoughts and break down how the 'Skins did in the NFL draft and offseason personnel moves. Washington didn't have a pick in the 1st round, but did snare defensive end Trent Murphy from Stanford in the second plus bolstered their interior offensive line with a couple of third round selections. Find out Jon's thoughts and overall grades for the offseason, including the progress of new head coach Jay Gruden and the rehabilitation of franchise QB Robert Griffin III.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup for the Fanspeak.com Washington Redskins Pre-game show this morning at 11:00.
Last week, The Redskins earned their second win of the season in comeback fashion in Week 7, scoring in the final minute to complete a 45-41 win against the Chicago Bears. Washington gained 499 yards offensively, the team’s most since posting 511 yards vs. San Francisco on Dec. 26, 1999, a game that went into overtime.
The last time the Redskins posted at least 499 yards in a game that ended in regulation was on Nov. 10, 1991 vs. Atlanta. The 45-point performance was the Redskins’ most in the Shanahan era and the team’s most since scoring 52 points vs. San Francisco on Oct 23, 2005, a span of 128 regular season games.
Washington will need all of that offense today, as they travel to the Mile High City to take on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Manning and Co. are coming off their first loss of the year to the Indianapolis Colts and will not be looking to strike early and often today.
Alan and Steve will break down the game, complete with all of the stats you have come to expect from the dynamic duo. Be sure to listen for the Redskins keys to a victory today.
Despite playing in different conferences, these two teams have a storied history and you will hear all about it this morning.
The guys will finish the show by previewing the rest of the action in the NFL today. You can follow Alan on Twitter @zlotsports and Steve @steveospeak.
Ethan and Jimmy take you into the weekend with another exicting...or not so exciting...episdoe of Free State Happy Hour
A couple of hot button topics today
We talk about the Washington Redskins trademark issues and the bullshit surrounding the name
We also talk about local Maryland politics and the election around the corner
All that and more
The Dallas Cowboys Look to Keep Their Playoff Hopes Alive in Washington Sunday
By Brian Houston and Matthew Postins
Despite their inexplicable loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys (7-7) still control their own playoff destiny if they defeat Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins (3-11) Sunday in our nation’s capital. Sunday will mark the third week in a row the Cowboys will face a backup quarterback, and after being thwarted by the Chicago Bears Josh McCown and Packers backup Matt Flynn the last two games, can the Cowboys reverse the trend of losing to teams second string signal callers? Can the much maligned Cowboys defense stop Cousins and running back Alfred Morris, who has rushed for 1125 yards this season?
On the offensive side of the ball, can Bill Callahan, Jason Garrett and Tony Romo put together a game and carry it out without refusing to run the football if the situation demands it? Will the Cowboys be able to once again pick themselves up off the mat to compete for a chance to face the Eagles the final week of the season in winner take all for the NFC East crown and a first round home game in the playoffs?
If so, is this season considered a success or is change imminent s=despite what happens the rest of the way this season? All eyes in the NFL will be on the Dallas Cowboys and how they respond to the hostile criticism the team has received for their head scratching play calling that cost them the game aganst green Bay. Will Dallas finally rise to the occasion in a crucial game or will we see the same thing we have seen from Romo, Garrett and the Cowboys in these games that can define a team as a winner or just another also ran in today’s mediocre NFL.
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