With  the Dallas Cowboys visiting Fed Ex Field to play the Washington Redskins today at 1:00 p.m., here’s an oldie but goodie from the rivalry (Game Center). IMHO, this is an awesome commercial, and from what I can figure, one of the few commercials former Dallas Coach Tom Landry did.

Who are you rooting for today in this longtime rivalry?

To put it mildly, we sucked as the Steelers thrashed the Redskins 38-16 on Monday Night Football.

The Washington Redskins were outplayed and outcoached by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football bringing the Redskins record to 2-15 in their last 17 prime time appearances.

Early on, Kirk Cousins was terrible, aiming his throws more than sitting back there and throwing decisively. We had little running game. I was not very impressed by Matt Jones. Part of that goes to the offensive line which, for lack of a better term, was offensive.

The good was Desean Jackson, who looked much like the Desean Jackson when he was with the Philadelphia Eagles, and Hopkins our kicker was solid. Even on a terrible situation where the Redskins were called for delay of game on a PAT.

The really bad was the defense. Breeland and Norman, the Redskins 2 cornerbacks, were beat much of the night, Breeland especially, because the Redskins had no pass rush to speak of. The Redskins also failed to stop the run and make any adjustments to do so. The other really bad was the penalties which killed the Redskins drives repeatedly.

The good news is, its game 1. It can only get better from here. What do you think Redskins fans?

With the Washington Redskins visiting AT&T Stadium to play the Dallas Cowboys today at 1:00 p.m., here’s an oldie but goodie from the rivalry (Game Center). IMHO, this is an awesome commercial, and from what I can figure, one of the few commercials former Dallas Coach Tom Landry did.

Who are you rooting for today in this longtime rivalry?

Cowboys Redskins FedEx Field

Metrorail will stay open an additional hour following the Monday Night Football game on Monday, December 7 at FedEx Field. Riders traveling during the additional hour will be able to enter the system at Morgan Boulevard and Largo Town Center stations.

Details after the jump…  (more…)

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NFL officials are currently looking into contingency plan(s) around the Eagles-Redskins game on Sunday due to Hurricane Joaquin’s proximity to D.C. this weekend, according to the Washington Post.

The Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins are scheduled to kick off at 1:00 PM ET Sunday at FedEx Field.

“We are monitoring the forecast and having dialogue with both teams,” said Greg Aiello, the NFL’s senior vice president of communications, via the Post. The report also says the NFL and team(s) may wait until Sunday before making a determination.

As readers know, Hurricane Joaquin is headed our way with winds of 115 mph. By Sunday, he will be weakening and east of us as the storm is forecasted to turn more north and/or northwest but, there is still some uncertainty there.

There is precedent for the postponement of NFL games in extreme weather cases.

In 2010, the Eagles’ and Minnesota Vikings Sunday night meeting was re-scheduled after Philadelphia was hit by a major blizzard. Last November, the Jets-Bills game was moved to Detroit after Mother Nature dumped four feet of snow on Buffalo.

Both teams share a bye week in week 8 (November 1) so the game could be made up then.

 

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Podcast-RSSOn this week’s episode of the Red Brick Town Radio podcast, we’re LIVE at 7:00 PM TONIGHT (Sept. 24) in a 45 minutes podcast talking about Mayor Bill Euille’s write in campaign who is running for re-election in 2015 as well chatting about the Washington Redskins who play tonight in New York. We’ll also discuss other hot button issues and take your calls.

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