So it looks like we’ll be spending the entire week, leading up to the game against the 6-1 Dallas Cowboys, debating whether the Redskins should (and/or will) start Colt McCoy or Kirk Cousins. It’s gotten that bad.
Nobody in their right mind thought the Redskins would win the game last night. Sure, everbody hoped it would happen, but I don’t think anyone would’ve bet anything of value on Washington pulling off the upset on Monday Night Football against the defending champs.
DMVTrifecta Guest Contributor Patrick Rice provides his prediction for tonight’s Monday Night Football game between the Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks.
The Seattle Seahawks are only the defending Super Bowl champions, the best team in the NFL right now, and the team with the best record in the history of Monday Night Football. In the last 12 months, they’ve lost exactly four non-preseason football games.
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…
I make no apologies or reservations about the fact that i’m a Bill Simmons fan. While he’s got plenty of haters and trolls on the internet to throw stones at whatever it is about him they don’t like, I admire the fact that he’s gone from the bar-room sports fan to a multi-million dollar personality…
I’ve watched a lot of bad Redskins football in my lifetime. There was the 1993 Redskins, under Richie Petitbon. There was Norv Turner’s first season in Washington in 1994. There was the infamous 0-7 start under Turner in 1998 and the 0-5 start under Marty Schottenheimer.
DMVTrifecta Guest Contributor Patrick Rice provides his prediction for tonight’s Thursday Night Football game between the Washington Redskins and New York Giants.