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?
September 10th, 2014
There was a lot to not like about week 1 of the 2014 Washington Redskins season. Turnovers, special teams mistakes, and let downs in the secondary added up to defeat in what should have a very winnable game.
But not everything was a negative, and there were some positives to take away from the game.
This week the boys break down the loss to Houston. They take names of some players not living up to expectations – but manage to celebrate the things done well. There is another game this weekend and the boys hope the team can get well at the home opener.
September 3rd, 2014
It is once again that time to kick off a new season of Redskins football. And once again, it is time to guess what level of success the team will have.
But after a tepid preseason by Robert Griffin III and the offense; there is a lot to be concerned about. Was it just a case of growing pains with the starting offense unable to score a touchdown all preseason? Or, is there a real issue?
This week the boys discuss the quarterback and the offense. We can’t forget what appears to be an improved defense, or forget the fact the team has yet to play a single game so any pronouncements are premature.
Then there are the season predictions. Who will be the optimist this year?
August 13th, 2014
It is the dawn of a new season. All teams are equal at 0-0, and fans are filled with anticipation and optimism for the new season.
What an exciting time to be alive.
This week the boys look at the Redskins’ training camp and first preseason game. How much can we really take away from the eight or so plays the starters had? They talk about the offensive weapons the team now has and the potential if Robert Griffin III can take that next step in development.
Of course, the line has to do it’s job, the defense must be better and special teams better start being special. If these can happen then there is a chance first-year coach Jay Gruden can have a chance.
Rick Snider stops by to tell us about his new book; 100 Things Redskins Fan Should Know & Do Before They Die.