1. Why Mike Shanahan and Jim Haslett Should Abandon Washington Redskins' 3-4 D

    The Washington Redskins’ defense has allowed the most yards in the NFL through three games. We’ve seen enough. It’s time for a change...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 4 years ago 1,589 reads 18 comments

  2. Washington Redskins: What Two Games Reveal About a Promising Season

    Washington Redskins fans are now forced to deal with the aftermath of Sunday's 30-27 painful overtime loss to the Houston Texans. But in doing so, there are too many positives to ignore...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 4 years ago 935 reads 2 comments

  3. Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins: Live Blog, Stats, Analysis

    Hey everyone. I'm Eric Holmberg and this is my second season as a Washington Redskins Featured Columnist here at the bleacher report. I'll be joining you for tonight's marquee rivalry match-up between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 4 years ago 4,061 reads 60 comments

  4. Washington Redskins: An Honest Preview of the 2010 Season

    Bottom Line: It’s a tough year, tough schedule. It’s possible that the Redskins go 7-9, but a more likely scenario is a 6-10 year that raises questions about how to get ...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 4 years ago 1,560 reads 14 comments

  5. Super Bowl Ads: The Top 10 Winners from Super Bowl XLIV

    Super Bowl advertising has become an institution in it's own right. It's just another important part of the event that is Super Bowl Sunday. This year's group of the Top 10 Super Bowl Ads contributes to the growing catalog of cultural references...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 3,711 reads 13 comments

  6. Brett Favre Wasn't the Problem: Blame Brad Childress for Vikings' Loss

    A week ago, Cowboys linebacker Keith Brooking accused the Vikings of running up the score as Minnesota stayed aggressive until the final whistle. If only that were true on Sunday...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 4,111 reads 49 comments

  7. Mike Shanahan and the 2010 Washington Redskins: Don't Bring Back Jerry Gray

    There is no room left for optimists at Redskins Park. Jim Zorn’s goofy brand of rambling optimism is the opposite of what the 2010 Washington Redskins need to be successful...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 2,061 reads 27 comments

  8. Washington Redskins: Where Gilded Eyes See No Rain

    In between my eyes and the world lies a filter—a kaleidoscope of resplendent gold—through which I saw no rain...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 620 reads 1 comments

  9. Sports Journalism: Why the End of 2009 Portends Poorly for the New Decade

    The internet has changed many of the existing paradigms of journalism as newspapers and magazines have cut staff and expanded their online content.  Before the internet, breaking a story meant publishing the next morning...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 62 reads 1 comments

  10. The Washington Redskins Team of the Decade

    So, as it turns out, the Washington Redskins haven't had a great decade. If you're a Redskins fan, you already know it...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about over 4 years ago 5,286 reads 6 comments

  11. Vinny Cerrato and Bruce Allen: Taking a Step Back, Seeing More of the Same

    With Vinny Cerrato’s official resignation as Executive Vice President of football operations, Redskins’ fans saw their dream come true. It was an odd feeling to have pride in one of Daniel Synder’s decisions...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 525 reads 8 comments

  12. The Washington Redskins Can Play Hard: The Zourne Identity

    With three weeks left in the regular season, the Washington Redskins are still playing hard. Oooh’s and Aaah’s, looks of disbelief ripple through the crowd...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 152 reads 2 comments

  13. Lost in the Shuffle: The Washington Redskins' Offensive Line

    In the tragic comedy that was last week’s game vs. the New Orleans Saints, the Washington Redskins offensive line gave a flawless performance...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 450 reads 1 comments

  14. Shaun Suisham Cut, Unfairly Becomes Scapegoat for Redskins Loss vs. Saints

    When the impossible happened on Sunday, the inevitable happened on Tuesday. The Washington Redskins cut kicker Shaun Suisham and replaced him with Graham Gano...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 1,165 reads 9 comments

  15. Washington Redskins Secondary: Under Fire and In Trouble vs. New Orleans Saints

    The Saints offense is good. Which got me thinking about Friday’s World Cup draw and Brazil. Saying the Saints offense is good is like saying Brazilians are good at soccer...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 408 reads 0 comments

  16. Jason Campbell's Maturation: One Positive from Life in the Cellar

    It is a sore subject in Washington. Redskins’ fans can get a bit testy (or mercurial, for those of you nearing the end of another fine year with your Word of the Day calendar) about Jason Campbell...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 364 reads 8 comments

  17. Setting the Record Straight: The End of the Clinton Portis Era in Washington

    As anyone in the glamorous world of used cars will tell you, age is irrelevant. The trusted used car salesman cares as much about the model year as he does buying a necktie made in the last 25 years or a properly fitting toupee...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 454 reads 4 comments

  18. The Washington Redskins Status Quo: A Slim Win Against Another Bottom Feeder

    There are times in golf when a player makes a great swing or hits a solid putt and the ball misses its intended target. The golfer doesn’t get mad because the shot was properly executed...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 147 reads 12 comments

  19. We're Here: How the Washington Redskins Hit Rock Bottom

    Well, we’re here. No way around it. The Washington Redskins have hit Rock Bottom. An analogy, if I may. The Redskins are like a drug-addicted rock star who has been taking illicit drugs in the privacy of his own home for a number of years...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 651 reads 0 comments

  20. Washington Redskins-St. Louis Rams: Steven Jackson's Play of the Day

    The "Play of the Day" is a weekly Washington Redskins feature throughout the 2009 NFL season. It takes a critical play, turning point, or a play that is representative of a larger theme and examines it in-depth...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 178 reads 0 comments

  21. Fan Rage: Booing at the Washington Redskins Home Opener

    There was a white man in his 30s, sporting a Washington Redskins jersey, happily striding through the FedEx Field concourse at halftime. His rosy cheeks and uneven steps suggested that the Bud Light in his hand probably hadn’t been his first...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 6 years ago 468 reads 2 comments

  22. Washington Redskins-New York Giants: Osi Umenyiora's Play of the Day

    The Play of the Day is a weekly Washington Redskins feature throughout the 2009 NFL season. It takes a critical play, a turning point, or a play that is representative of a larger theme and examines it in-depth...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 310 reads 0 comments

  23. One Flaw in the Washington Redskins' 53-Man Roster: Punt Returning

    There is an easy story to write about the Washington Redskins. It's one that may play out again this year, one that wasn’t fixed by the Redskins 53-man roster...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 411 reads 2 comments

  24. Colt Brennan Injured, Chase Daniel Cut: What are the Washington Redskins Doing?

    This wasn’t how it was supposed to end. One was supposed to beat the other, not complete annihilation. In what looks like a quarterback armageddon for the Washington Redskins, both Colt Brennan and Chase Daniel are out...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 5,181 reads 7 comments

  25. Marcus Mason or the Offensive Line: How Do the Washington Redskins Run Wild?

    There is a prevailing truth about the Washington Redskins that everyone mentions, but no one can explain: The Washington Redskins have no depth at offensive line...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 5 years ago 652 reads 9 comments