I’m introducing a new, recurring concept known as “The SemiColumn,” which will be a regularly unplanned dump of odds and ends floating around in my head. Some of them will relate to sports, and as you’ll see, some of them won’t. Or, put another way: it’s a bunch of thoughts I have about things that…
On Sunday morning, a few hours before kickoff, my cousin — a Philadelphia native and lifelong supporter of all Philadelphia teams having been born, raised, and still living in the area — texts me with a proposed wager for the upcoming Redskins vs. Eagles game:
DMVTrifecta Guest Contributor Patrick Rice provides his prediction for this Sunday’s game between the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles.
I rebounded from a miserable Week 1 and had a somewhat passable week of going .500 with last week’s picks. 10 things I learned after these first two weeks:
This much we know: Robert Griffin III won’t be the starting quarterback of the Washington Redskins for another six weeks or so, at the minimum.
So, I’d say my Week 1 of the 2014 NFL Seasons was pretty much an all-encompassing failure. The Redskins lost. My fantasy football team lost. To top it all off, my Week 1 Lines and Predictions ended up going a laughable 4-10.
DMVTrifecta Guest Contributor Patrick Rice provides his prediction for this Sunday’s game between the Washington Redskins and Jacksonville Jaguars.
True story: I wanted to write a scathing column, absolutely destroying Robert Griffin III, Jay Gruden, and anyone on the Washington Redskins offense not named Alfred Morris.