December 3rd, 2015
A funny thing happened on the way to week 12. The rest of the NFC East lost a significant portion of games so that the winner of the Washington Redskins – New York Giants game would have a significant advantage in the division.
And it just so happens the Redskins won the day.
This week the boys talks about road ahead that favors Washington. They discuss the fill-in players who are doing much to help. They consider the very real possibility that an 8-8 Redskins can win the division AND host a playoff game.
And is it time it sign Kirk Cousins? Has he done enough to earn the job beyond this year?
November 25th, 2015
The Washington Redskins went to Carolina and received nothing less than a first-class butt whoopin.’ Despite the loss, they have a chance to grab a share of first place with a win this weekend.
This week the boys discuss the dismantling in Charlotte. They note the obvious shortcomings of the squad, but point out the areas of growth. They likewise discuss their chances to take a share of the division lead.
November 19th, 2015
After what seems weeks and weeks off, the boys are back. In the meantime the Redskins had their biggest comeback victory ever, and their highest score total in over 10-years.
This week the boys discuss the past few games. Washington is clearly a team getting better. The comeback against Tampa showed character. The loss in New England respectable. The win against New Orleans magnificent.
They discuss the burning questions of whether to extend Kirk Cousins and whether DeSean Jackson is here next year.
Had some sound issues but still clear enough to hear us all.
October 21st, 2015
Head coach Jay Gruden called a ‘Code Red.’
Things just got serious.
There was plenty to hate about the Jets’ game. No rushing attack, poor defense, and bone-headed plays by the quarterback. Well into another season behind center, can we not say this is who Kirk Cousins is? And if the Redskins continue to be horrifically bad in the third quarter, can we not blame the head coach?
Following another debacle in the Meadowlands, one that brought the Redskins to 2-4, Gruden made it clear the next game verses Tampa Bay is dire. Washington must win.
This week the boys talk about another disappointing effort on the road. They examine the broken parts and consider the chances of a recovery this Sunday.
October 14th, 2015
After a lack-luster muddling offensive performance on the shoulders of a bend-don’t-break defense, Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins awoke to force overtime and the specter of an improbable victory.
But then the old Kirk showed up, and a pick-six later the Redskins walked off, heartbroken and dejected.
This week the boys discuss the let-down in Atlanta. Quarterback is front and center and Pappas and Reffkin waste no time clashing over the extent of blame to assign Cousins.
They discuss a too-soft run defense and wonder where their own rushing attack went.
Then there’s another trip to New York and another must-win game.