1. "Risky Business: Speculating the Washington Redskins' 53-Man Roster"

    With only two playoff appearances since entering the 21st century, the “billion dollar franchise” Washington Redskins brace for a “make or break” 2009 season...

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  2. Tom Cable "McLovin" Punches Raiders Assistant

    Oakland Raiders coach Tom Cable (a.k.a. John Goodman) was rumored to have "round-housed" assistant Randy Hanson during a coaches meeting...

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  3. Washington Redskins' Rookie Brian Orakpo is the Real Deal!

    “Orakpophobia” Meaning: Quarterbacks fearing or loathing a menacing pass rusher. Or –ach-po-fo-bia Since he stepped on the practice field on the second day of training ...

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  4. Unknown Redskins Make a Push For Roster Spots

    Nearly three weeks into the 2009 Redskins training camp and the starting jobs on both sides of the ball have all but been settled...

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  5. The "Must" Question for All 32 NFL Teams in 2009

    As each of the NFL's 32 teams approach the start of training camp over the next week, each will enter the season with question marks that must be answered correctly to achieve success in 2009...

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  6. Washington Redskins: Position Battles Start With an Arm and a Foot

    Peruse many of the expert prognostications this preseason and you will find the Washington Redskins enter 2009 as the front runners in the NFC East….that is the front runners to finish last in a very strong division...

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  7. Didn't See This Coming: Changing My Stance On Vick!

    There is one lasting image of former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick that plays over and over in my head whenever his name is mentioned...

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  8. Os Will Have To Play Their Hand Perfectly To Land Ace Roy Halladay

    With only a year and half remaining on his current contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, the team has decided to shop Cy Young Award-winning pitcher Roy Halladay in an effort to take the franchise ...

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  9. How a Little League Baseball Game Provided Hope For The Sport's Future

    It was the late 1970’s and as young boy growing up in rural Washington, D.C., sports, in particular baseball, dominated and influenced every aspect of my life...

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  10. 2009 Fantasy Football's Sleeping Giants

    As follow-up to my recently published article entitled, “The Fantasy Football Equivalent To The Secret", where I basically stated the key to running a successful fantasy team was luck, this article is designed to help owners improve their luck...

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  11. The Fantasy Football Equivalent To "The Secret"

    I know what you’re thinking: "Here we go again—another one of those self-proclaimed fantasy football gurus who thinks he possesses the FFL version of the Holy Grail." However, that is not the case as it pertains to this article...

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  12. Bubba Is Back! And So Are The Astros!

    At this time last season, Astros' first baseman Lance Berkman left many wondering if he could continue at his torrid pace when he led the NL Triple Crown categories heading into the All-Star break...

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  13. Stern Should Go!

    As television ratings plummet for NBA games each year, so does confidence in NBA Commissioner David Stern. The man who rode Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, and Michael Jordan’s coattails ...

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  14. Washington Needs Change in Fan Base

    Like clockwork, whenever I catch a highlight of that historic 1982 NFC Championship game against Dallas, the chills inevitably run up my spine...

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  15. Formula For a Successful Redskins Season: Part 4 Of 4

    Part 4 of 4 - "Make the Special Teams Special": Long ago, as a young boy watching the Redskins perform each Sunday, I can still recall the names of players who stood out each week and made a difference...

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  16. Formula For a Successful Redskins Season: Part 3 Of 4

    In his first two seasons as an NFL RB with the Denver Broncos, Clinton Portis averaged 5.5 YPA (yards per attempt) and 280 attempts per campaign, statistics that allowed him to be discussed in the same breath as Barry Sanders and Eric Dickerson...

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  17. Formula For a Successful Redskins Season: Part Two of Four

    Change No. 2: Creating Havoc On Pass Defense The Redskins had 24 sacks the entire 2008 season (or a little more than one per game). That will not win you football games in the NFL...

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  18. Formula For a Successful Redskins Season: Part 1 Of 4

    Change #1, Part 1 of 4 - "Westcoast Offense Rule #1 - Pass to Run" The 2008 Redskins season, in which the team finished 8-8, was filled with glaring flaws that inevitably caught up to them as injuries mounted as did a tougher schedule...

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  19. Sink Or Swim Time For Redskins' Zorn

    When Jim Zorn took over as the head coach of the Washington Redskins—one of the elite franchises in all of professional sports—last spring, he had to learn the job on the run...

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  20. All Feelings Aside, 2009 Skins' Season Rests on a Maturing Campbell!

    There is a saying in professional sports, common amongst athletes and coaches alike. “You are only as good as your last game...

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