After a tough road loss in New York, the Washington Redskins returned home to show their early-season success was no fluke, as they dominated the Philadelphia Eagles in most every category.
But being a team still building an identity, it took a gutsy comeback skippered by Kirk Cousins to get the victory.
This week the boys discuss the comeback against Philly. In addition to the aforementioned comeback, Cousins threw no picks. Has he finally turned the corner? They emerged from September even at 2-2, is this enough to give them a shot at a season? The front-seven on defense seem impressive, are they for real? How far can this team go? The boys speak to all of the above.
An old friend stops by in the form of Columnist Rick Snider. He and Pappas discuss the beat, and how it has changed with the advent of technology; what makes an old newspaper man like Snider start a podcast, and of course; his thoughts on the football team.