December 17th, 2014
As soon as we think we know what’s going on with the Washington Redskins, the situation changes.
Whereas last week we were convince the coach should stay with help from the front office, this week we see break-downs in discipline and inexcusable in-game ignorance by head coach Jay Gruden.
Then there’s the fact they quit at the end.
This week the boys discuss the loss to the Giants. They look at the re-emergence of Robert Griffin and what it may mean for the future.
December 10th, 2014
At 3-10, the rumors suggest the head coach and owner are at odds over the backup quarterback. And the signs are pointing to another Redskins reset.
But the thought of another fresh start feels more like a road-to-nowhere.
This week, Pappas uses the opening monologue to present an accurate state-of-affairs of the current Redskins’ situation. He explains why the quarterback and coach are NOT the problem associated with this team.
Reffkin joins in the second segment and what follows is a sobering, candid conversation of where the Redskins are headed. Easily the most impassioned episode in our nine-year history.
Correction: Pappas incorrectly attributed Rick Snider’s December 8th column to Washington Post Express. It appeared at Washington.cbslocal.com
November 26th, 2014
Following another loss in a winnable game, there is really only one thing left to talk about; the almost certain departure of Robert Griffin III from the Washington Redskins. The coach is not sold. The fans have doubts. And if reports are to be believed, the owner and GM are fine with the kid being benched.
This week the boys talk about Griffin and his continued struggles at quarterback. They guess how much longer number 10 will be behind center. One of the boys believe the end is closer than you might think.
November 19th, 2014
In one of the most remarkable press conferences in the history of the Washington Redskins, head coach Jon Gruden took to the microphone to offer a scathing criticism of Robert Griffin III as a quarterback. Gruden’s comments cast doubt over the long-term prospects of Griffin in Washington, and it’s hard to see a way forward with both coach and player on the same team.
This week the boys talk about the coach, the quarterback, and the way ahead. They breakdown Gruden’s comments, and ask who the real audience was for the assessment on Griffin. They wonder what a world without Griffin on the team looks like, and why is a date in early May so important?
November 12th, 2014
With the bye week just one game away, the Redskins decided to start Robert Griffin III ahead of Colt McCoy, who was responsible for two straight victories prior to the game in Minnesota.
Griffin played well-enough to win, had the defense played a little better. But Griffin also played well enough to lose; throwing an inexcusable interception and failing to convert an easy 4th-and-6.
When the smoke cleared the Redskins had dropped another game; falling to 3-6.
Tampa Bay looms next and represent a chance to return to the win column, And three years in; a grade is beginning to emerge on Griffin the quarterback.