Posts Tagged ‘Washington Redskins’

Thank God It’s Tuesday—Offseason On the Brink Ep.2

Tuesday, January 25th, 2022

It seems crazy that a small basement show has powered through such a variety of crazy circumstances in the SIX years we have been gathering to discuss the Washington Football Team every Tuesday night. Missing a week here and there one that span was naturally inevitable, but missing for Covid the handful of times we did (including last week) has been especially difficult, as it is the show for us that provides such a welcome distraction from that incredibly real side of life.

Why You Should Hope Washington’s Name Rollout Mirrors the Seattle Kraken’s

Tuesday, January 25th, 2022

You should hope Washington's name rollout is like the Kraken's originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington The Washington Football Team is set to debut its next name in about a week, and if the club was ever looking for a blueprint to follow for such a momentous occasion, Washington state's new hockey team sure seemed to have provided one with its own launching.

Daily Slop: Washington Football Media Links Roundup

Tuesday, January 25th, 2022

Why you should hope Washington's name rollout mirrors the Seattle Kraken's | RSN If the Washington Football Team's name rollout goes as well as the Seattle Kraken's did, then it'll be a success. Jennifer King makes history as running backs coach for West team in 2022 East-West Shrine Bowl It is believed that King will be the first woman positional coach to serve as a positional coach in a major college all-star game.

Reports Suggest Washington’s World Cup Bid May Need to Include M&T Bank Stadium

Monday, January 24th, 2022

Baltimore is aiming to be one of the 10 United States host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup hosted by North America, however the bid from Washington, D.C. may now need to also include Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium. The Washington Post’s recent report by soccer writer Steven Goff suggests FedEx Field in Landover, which is the home of the Washington Football Team, did not receive high marks from FIFA.

Reports Suggest Washington’s World Cup Bid May Need to Include M&T Bank Stadium

Monday, January 24th, 2022

Baltimore is aiming to be one of the 10 United States host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup hosted by North America, however the bid from Washington, D.C. may now need to also include Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium. The Washington Post’s recent report by soccer writer Steven Goff suggests FedEx Field in Landover, which is the home of the Washington Football Team, did not receive high marks from FIFA.

Taylor Heinicke shares video of Patrick Mahomes’s eerily similar pylon dive

Monday, January 24th, 2022

Patrick Mahomes showed Taylor Heinicke love on social media for his pylon dive last season, so its only natural the Washington QB returned the favor.

Washington Football Team 2021 Season

Monday, January 24th, 2022

Through 17 games, he led the team in receptions (77) and yards (1053), and was second to Antonio Gibson in touchdowns with five. With competent quarterback play, he easily should have been a 100 reception, 1200+ yard guy. Antonio Gibson - In year two as an NFL running back, Gibson cracked the 1000 yard barrier for the first time, reaching 1037 on 258 attempts while scoring seven touchdowns.

2 potential Brandon Scherff replacements in Rams-Buccaneers playoff game

Sunday, January 23rd, 2022

Two potential Brandon Scherff replacements in Sunday's NFC playoff game between the Rams and Buccaneers.

Steelers to place original-round tender on QB Dwayne Haskins

Sunday, January 23rd, 2022

Pittsburgh plans to keep Dwayne Haskins for the upcoming season.

Long County High School to honor Jamin Davis

Sunday, January 23rd, 2022

Former Long County High School standout Jamin Davis is set to be honored by his old school. Davis, who just completed his rookie season with the Washington Football Team, will be recognized on Friday, January 28 in the LCHS gymnasium. A ceremony is scheduled to take place in between Blue Tide basketball games at approximately 6:30 p.m.