(Chris Cooley’s name does not appear in this post; it’s a picture of a game in Seattle, because the Redskins travel to Seattle this year and the post does talk about the schedule. We apologize for any confusion the picture may have caused.)
When the 2011 Redskins schedule was released yesterday, I have no doubt that you read my take on it and thought to yourself, “That was fascinating, but I wonder what ELSE Matt Terl thinks about this list of sixteen games — and how do his ideas play off those of Redskins.com’s Gary Fitzgerald and Larry Weisman?!?!?”
Boy, are you in luck! This week’s Writers’ Roundtable is up over at the Redskins.com moonbase, and it deals with EXACTLY that question. Plus, it’s peppered with this sort of scintillating banter:
LARRY: Our friends at ESPN say the Redskins’ schedule ranks 27th in difficulty (here I go, making a U-turn) because of the games against the NFC West teams, which have played poorly outside (and inside) the division. More of this comes down to how good you are than whom you line up against.Every team in the NFC East knows who will line up at quarterback but the Redskins don’t. Until that issue is settled, I cannot be your little beam of sunshine.MATT: You’ll always be our little beam of sunshine, Larry, no matter what you say.
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