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Can the Washington Redskins Overcome Their Injuries?
October 23rd, 2012 at 4:11 PM
Last week's high is over. A brand new week of gloom is setting in. The Washington Redskins put forward a valiant effort Sunday, but it wasn't enough. Why not? Was it really one play were talking about, or does that just make a pretty target for us? It's hard to...

Washington Redskins Vs St Louis Rams Preview: Another Shootout
September 21st, 2012 at 2:49 PM
Last week, the Washington Redskins lost an incredibly close game. You can look back at several plays and acknowledge that any one of the them might have led to a three point difference (which would have at least resulted in overtime). This week they will again be the pre-game favorite--this time with...

Washington Redskins Starting Roster 2012-2013: Part One, Defensive Line
May 28th, 2012 at 8:30 PM
The base of any good defense starts with the defensive line; or as Herm Edwards would say, "The meat and potatoes." And in this article we'll discuss the Washington Redskins line in-depth and name their three starters, in the first of our six part series. Last season, the Redskins' 3-4 defense—in its second...

Washington Redskins’ Free Agency, Day One Review; New Look Offense
March 14th, 2012 at 7:22 AM
In case you missed a signing or its details, here's a wrap up of Monday' activities. Contrary to popular belief—after the salary-cap scandal—the Washington Redskins were extremely active, despite being docked $18 Million dollars, the same day. After about 24 hours of worries, Redskins' fans can celebrate the Rams trade, officially (filed to...

Washington Redskins and Adam Carriker Come to a Four Year Agreement; Two More Receivers in Talks
March 13th, 2012 at 6:26 PM
Adam Carriker will return to Washington for the 2012 season and following three years. The Skins' defensive line is now solidified for the next few years; arguably a top three line in the NFL. They now have four studs; Adam Carriker, Jarvis Jenkins, Barry Cofield and Stephen Bowen. ***PHOTO1*** The deal is said to be for four years, and worth $20 million dollars. The Redskins are also in...

Washington Redskins Priority List; Just 24 Hours Away from Free Agency
March 12th, 2012 at 4:00 PM
Just 24 hours away before the start of free agency, the Washington Redskins are not far from becoming a truly competitive team (especially with the acquisition of the second overall pick, presumably Robert Griffin III). Below is a list of priorities, from greatest to least importance, of what the Redskins will do in free agency or the...

Mike Shanahan on Jarvis Jenkins: “Could Be Our Top Defensive Linemen”
January 26th, 2012 at 8:00 PM
Mike Shanahan was recently on NFL Network talking about the Senior Bowl. They mostly talked about the benefits the whole Redskins organization are receiving from coaching the Senior Bowl, but after one panelist mentioned Jarvis Jenkins (one of six current Redskins who participated in last year's Senior Bowl), Mike Shanahan shared some very encouraging words. ***PHOTO1*** "I look at him as a top ten pick. When he did play in preseason,...

Washington Redskins Offensive and Defensive Lines Showed Improvement in Preseason Win Over Steelers
August 14th, 2011 at 11:55 AM
The offensive and defensive lines of the Washington Redskins showed much improvement from last season in Friday evening’s preseason win over the Steelers. The offensive line pass protected well and showed the ability to open up holes for the running backs early on in the game. The defensive line was stout...

Washington Redskins’ Defensive End Position Battle: Jarvis Jenkins or Adam Carriker
August 8th, 2011 at 3:47 PM
This was a battle that not many saw coming...not this early at least. I have always seen him as a starter by the end of the year, but that was before the Redskins signed Stephen Bowen. There very well could be an open competition between all three candidates (Including Carriker), but I think Bowen...

A Look at the Washington Redskins’ Revamped Defense
July 31st, 2011 at 2:49 PM
   ***PHOTO1*** At the start of the 2010 NFL season the Washington Redskins’ starting defensive line was Maake Kemoeatu, Adam Carriker and Kedric Golston, but at the start of the 2011 NFL season the starting defensive line will look much different. After finishing the 2010 season ranked 31st in overall...

Washington Redskins Starting Roster 2011-2012 (Part One)
June 4th, 2011 at 11:47 AM
What does it take to win in the NFL? Half the battle is the roster. It's simple, better players playing together win. The Redskins flaw is just that their not very talented. This year's draft helped with depth but without a strong free agency period Washington will be out of the...