The Washington Redskins are having a season to forget (again). However, their NFC East counterparts are keeping their flickering playoff hopes alive.
Don’t Act Like Your Favorite Quarterback Of All-Time Didn’t Lose To A Backup Quarterback In A Big Spot At Some Point
While the Philadelphia Eagles celebrated a Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots, two common refrains (from the non-Malcolm Butler Didn’t Play Division) frequently pop up in any social media feed remotely related to the game.
During Thursday night’s preseason opener against the Washington Redskins, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick proved that he had little patience for his team to work off any rust.
By the end of Tuesday, the Minnesota Vikings lost all three of their quarterbacks from the 2017 season. Sam Bradford (Cardinals), Teddy Bridgewater (Jets), and Case Keenum (Broncos) will be heading out of the Twin Cities.
When the Green Bay Packers host the New York Giants on Sunday in the opening weekend of the NFL playoffs, it will be played in frigid conditions.
The Washington Redskins lost to soon-to-be MVP candidate Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions in an exciting contest on Sunday. However, the game has been overshadowed by a report about a Redskins staffer who opted to take a whizz in a cup during Sunday’s contest.
During Tuesday, Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman was the number one trending topic in America on Twitter. Instead of Norman, it should have read “Josh Norman’s Mouth.”
Thursday marked a significant step back in the development of Washington Redskins Kirk Cousins as an NFL quarterback.
Perhaps the most surprising storyline of the NFL offseason came to an end on Friday when former Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman signed a deal with the Washington Redskins. Norman inked a five-year deal worth $75 million including $50 million guaranteed.
The Washington Redskins are the early clubhouse winners for any “Worst Idea of the Year” awards after displaying a potential stadium design on Monday.