Depending on your outlook, consistency, or lack thereof, has been the hallmark of the Washington Redskins' 2015 campaign. The team is winless on the road and against opponents with winning records. Furthermore, it has yet to string together...Show More Summary
It started out a simple, harmless Happy Thanksgiving from the Washington Redskins. That's all. "Happy Thanksgiving" with the team logo was what they Tweeted out on Thanksgiving morning. What came as a result was a remarkable display of anger and hate from the radicals. Show More Summary
Guest post by Aleister The Washington Redskins wished their fans a Happy Thanksgiving this week on Twitter. This outraged the... The post Washington Redskins Tweet Out Happy Thanksgiving – Unhinged Leftists Lose It appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
It says a lot about the giving nature of this upside-down NFL season that the 4-6 Washington Redskins, coming off a 28-point defeat, still harbor genuine playoff hopes. The Burgundy and Gold are just one game off the lead in the wide-open NFC East and have four divisional games in their last six. Show More Summary
The Internet is not impressed with the Washington Redskins’ “Happy Thanksgiving” message on Twitter. Wishing you and your family a Happy #Thanksgiving. pic.twitter.com/qI3U7hbGhK — Washington Redskins (@Redskins) November 26, 2015 The...Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins apparently didn't learn their lesson last year and decided to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving on Thursday. Not surprisingly, it once again did not go over well with Twitter. Things got started Thursday morning with a simple tweet and an accompanying graphic. Show More Summary
There’s bad ideas and then there’s bad teams with bad ideas, the Washington Redskins. The organization has been in hot water for their name ‘Redskins’ which I’m not really sure why everyone is up in arms all of a sudden. It’s not like they just changed their name to this last month, but we’re in […]
Wishing you and your family a Happy #Thanksgiving. pic.twitter.com/qI3U7hbGhK — Washington Redskins (@Redskins) November 26, 2015 yep
The New York Giants are coming off their bye week and should be well-rested for their divisional showdown with the Washington Redskins. After dropping a Week 3 tilt to the Giants 32-21, the Redskins are going to be out for revenge on their home field. Show More Summary
Despite their best efforts at self-destruction, the Washington Redskins will enter Week 12 with a chance to take the NFC East lead. To do so, Washington will first have to overcome the obstacle of defeating the New York Giants. Washington has lost its last five meetings with the Giants by a margin of 14.8 points per game. Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins could become the first team to play two NFL games in London in the same season, and in consecutive weeks.
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Stock is down almost across the board for the Washington Redskins following their 44-16 drubbing at the hands of the unbeaten Carolina Panthers in Week 11. To put how bad things were into an appropriate context, special teams were the only phase of the game where the Redskins held any sort of edge. Show More Summary
We had just been talking about the awkward place the Washington Redskins most recent legal filing has left the government in, regarding the team's trademark. In that filing, the team pointed out the sheer hypocrisy of the government's...Show More Summary
The New York Giants (5-5) return from their bye week hoping to extend their lead in the NFC East with an away victory over the Washington Redskins (4-6) on Sunday. The Giants have won the past five meetings with the Redskins both straight...Show More Summary
All NFL systems look good when you draw them up. But every scheme is ultimately only as successful as the sum of its parts. It's a timeless football truth Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Joe Barry can't ignore any longer. Barry's only 10 games into his tenure, but he's already past the point where he needs to face facts. Show More Summary
After the Washington Redskins lost to the Carolina Panthers last night, Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher suggested that referees are being unfair to them because of their team name.
Another chapter in the Washington Redskins' dismal streak on the road is in the books after head coach Jay Gruden 's team was hammered by the Carolina Panthers. There are few positive takeaways from a 44-16 defeat. Instead, Gruden and...Show More Summary
In one of the "Hunger Games" films, there is a scene between a little sister and her big sister that is very thought provoking. Prim: Since the last games something's different; I can see it. Katniss: What can you see? Prim: Hope. People...Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins got blown out by the undefeated Panthers yesterday, and the Redskins were unhappy with several calls by the officiating crew, including an unnecessary roughness penalty that negated a Washington touchdown. And after the game, Washington defensive end Jason Hatcher said that he believed the team was treated... More »