Awesome - congratulations, gentlemen.
Time to go to work.
In the mix.
While he's poised to be the guy, the WR room is well balanced and will allow KJ to lead and produce without the burden of having to carry the group.
Should be a helluva last ride for Mr. Hill.
Seems to me...
Maybe this is the year...
I don't think there has to be such high production from the TE group, but I do agree there's more than enough talent there to make life tough for opposing pass defenses in trying to contain both the ends and WR's.
Farrell and Berry should continue to provide quality blocking/targets throughout, and eager to see where (how) Ruckert is used in the passing scheme.
It's been difficult to understand the injury/health issues Redskins players have dealt with in recent season. As much as I hate to admit it, injuries are part of the game, but they've dealt with more than their fair share.
I question the atmosphere, the environment, but still hopeful they can one day get it together.
*Defensive back review - check*
*Defensive line review - check*
*Re-examines linebacker review*
Sixx stays pretty busy - get a good bit of newsfeed updates on him (probably after scouring the web for early Crue material after viewing The Dirt for the umpteenth time).
Nice TIMH cross-connection with him and the Kingfish there.
Giving this one a bump - have been on a solid Crue kick since "The Dirt" hit Netflix earlier in the year.
Excellent mood (two Fridays away from kickoff) music.
^ This is true.
Yeah he was dressed, and - from what I could tell - participating in warm-ups.
Beginning to think there's no rhyme or reason (or clue) the Redskins staff have in making these decisions.
It may not be the most dazzling matchup on this list, but I'd argue the war the Slobs and Sparty's d-line have on October 6th might be the most important one of them all.
Actually found ESPN's all-time rankings to be a good (gasp!), fair, thorough read.
It's Friday, and we're about two weeks out...hang in there, 11W.