Here are a couple of Redskins themed graphics to spruce up either your desktop or your mobile. I also did up a square version for use on social networks etc.
Enjoy and happy #Redskins #wallpaperWednesday
Game One. And so it begins.
For your social network sharing fun…
— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) September 13, 2015
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— Andrew Abramson (@AbramsonPBP) September 13, 2015
Hail to the Redskins.
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As the white hot hype of the 2015 NFL Draft melts away into the soft doldrums of the offseason, I thought I’d put together a wallpaper to commemorate the Redskins selections. It was hard to get all ten draft picks on to a wallpaper!
Just click on the image to get the full 1440×900 wallpaper size. Enjoy.
Hail to the Redskins.
I love the Draft. I don’t take the same kind of draftnik approach that I used to and scour over other people’s opinions on players until I have formulated my own full blown draft hypothesis. I respect the people that do, but these days, I take a more relaxed approach.
I don’t profess to know which players will be drafted in all 256 slots. I only know that I enjoy the offseason pageantry that I personally attach to the event. It’s the football equivalent of Christmas in July. Besides, the randomness of it all, makes it tougher to predict than the pokies at www.pokiespalace.com.au.
Here is a look at all ten of the Redskins 2015 NFL Draft selections, as well as some commentary about them… Read the rest of this entry »
Preston Smith was the name Washington called with the 38th overall pick. The Defensive End from Mississippi State was one of this year’s NFL Combine super-risers. He showed great athletecism, and that’s likely what was so attractive to the Redskins.
Smith isn’t the prototypical edge rusher. He will beat guys with power, not speed. He’s also versatile enough to drop off into coverage and fill multiple roles along the evolving Defensive front. He will play linebacker in the base 3-4, but will also see time as a stand up defensive end: Read the rest of this entry »