October 16th, 2014
As hard as it is to believe, the Redskins have a worse record than at this same point last year. But following another error-filled effort in Arizona, maybe it’s not so hard to believe after all.
This week the boys discuss another loss and a drop to 1-5 on the year. While everyone else in the division has improved, Washington flounders at the bottom.
But fear not, the gang takes an entire segment to identify what needs doing this offseason to fix this team. It is a long list.
And can the Redskins find joy this weekend?
October 9th, 2014
The Redskins lost again, bringing their record to 1-5 in what has become another bad year. But all anyone wants to talk about is how some players were laughing and cutting up following the loss.
This week the boys break down the defeat to Seattle. The Redskins appear to be a team without an identity – what is it they do well that they can build on? The gang also talks about the appropriateness of some players following another loss.
And of course, there is another game this Sunday.
October 3rd, 2014
Once again, in front of a national audience in prime time, the Washington Redskins laid a big egg for all to see.
It’s not that they were bad on offense. It’s not that they were bad on defense. It’s not even that they were bad on special teams.
They were bad in all three!
This week the boys break down another miserable loss with everyone watching. Starting with quarterback, they run everywhere it was horrible and talk about a read map for getting better.
After all, it’s not like they have to play another prime time game…against the Super Bowl Champions or anything…
September 24th, 2014
The Washington Redskins played well enough to win verses the Philadelphia Eagles. Unfortunately, they played poorly enough to lose and this is what happened.
This week the boys break down the crazy game in Philly. From the 500+ yards on offense to the speacial teams collapse, they examine every aspect of the division loss.
There will be no controversy for if Kirk Cousins continues his level of play, Robert Griffin III never sniffs the starting lineup again. But then there’s the injuries to DeAngelo Hall and question marks in the secondary.
September 17th, 2014
We saw a return of the zone read and a resurgent Robert Griffin III until a fluke injury saw the insertion of Kirk Cousins for what is probably the better part of the season.
What followed was a 41-point offensive clinic by the offense and an impressive effort by the defense.
This week the boys break down the victory against Jacksonville. They look at the ramifications of another major injury to Griffin, and talk about what to expect from Cousins.
And does the coach really prefer Cousins over Griffin?