In what most Redskin fans would classify as an early Christmas present, Vinny Cerrato resigned as the Washington Redskins executive vice president of football operations on Thursday. It is the end of an era – an unsuccessful, often painful era. Read the rest of this entry »
John Riggins has been at it for weeks with some serious venom cast in the direction of the Washington Redskins organization. Though sometimes radical, the brash Redskins legend often says a few things that ring true for many Redskin fans. But did his latest rant cross a boundary? Check out Dan Steinberg’s recap at D.C. Sports Bog, if you haven’t already seen or heard Riggins latest comments. Read the rest of this entry »
There is a growing sense of dread in Redskins Nation.
No… it has nothing to do with the growing realization that this season needs to be spoken of in the past tense.
While painful, it is not about the likely loss of one of the best LT’s to the potential of a spinal injury.
Chris Cooley will be fine… so, no, not that either. Read the rest of this entry »
There aren’t many Redskin fans that aren’t familiar with John Tayman, aka Bang, and his cartoons. Unfortunately for Redskin fans, John spreads his particular brand of cartoon ‘love’ around to all NFL teams now, but his latest episode is definitely a must-see for Redskin fans. Read the rest of this entry »
As news spreads around the internet, about the propagandist Redskin organization confiscating all forms of ‘Anti-Snyder paraphernalia,’ I wonder to myself again, if there is any limit to which this franchise will not sink to. Read the rest of this entry »
While it has become almost painful to watch the Redskins fumble through each and every week, it’s our job at THN to keep bringing you the news – no matter how ‘embarrassing’ some of it might be.
Yesterday, Vinny Cerrato publicly endorsed coach Jim Zorn’s job stability. Read the rest of this entry »
Oh, I know I’m gonna ruffle some feathers with this one.
Here’s my question; Was Jack Kent Cooke really the genius we believe him to be, or did he just have the right cogs fall into place? Read the rest of this entry »
Posted from Curmudgeon Corner, Maine
I’m sorry, Mr. Cassell. Did I violate your personal space?
It made no difference, ultimately, in the outcome of the game, but that alleged “roughing the passer” call on Haynesworth is just further evidence that the effort by the NFL to protect a single group of players is completely out of control. The NFL has made the determination that an all out effort to keep Quarterbacks from being touched has greater value than protecting the integrity of the game. Read the rest of this entry »