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ExtremeSkins Gallery: Redskins-Bengals

Posted by Andrew Walker on September 24, 2012 – 11:52 am

Your eye on the Redskins sidelines was there with his camera ready to go in Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

ExtremeSkins.com’s Brian Murphy was patrolling the sidelines and got several great shots of the game that you can’t find elsewhere.

Here’s the photo gallery. For ExtremeSkins’ entire photo stream, click here:

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Who Wants A Free Sub For Lunch?

Posted by Andrew Walker on September 24, 2012 – 10:32 am

It’s that time of the day where your stomach is growling and you’re constantly looking at the clock.

I know from experience — it’s happening to me right now.

So, because the Redskins offense scored more than 20 points in yesterday’s home opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, you can have a free six-inch sub from Subway, courtesy of the restaurant and the Washington Redskins.

To participate (you need to use it at participating Subway restaurants in the greater Washington, D.C., area), click on the photo above and print out the coupon, which gets you a free six-inch sub with the purchase of a 30 oz. drink and a bag of chips.

The offer is only good the day after home games in which the Redskins score 20 or more points — so escape from the office early and grab some lunch on us.

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Chatting With Gold Medalist Katie Ledecky

Posted by Andrew Walker on September 24, 2012 – 10:08 am

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She wasn’t even old enough to drive to yesterday’s Redskins-Bengals game at FedExField, yet Katie Ledecky has already accomplished more in her 15 years than a lot of us will in a lifetime.

Ledecky — a record-breaking swimmer who won a gold medal for the U.S. in the 800-meter freestyle at the 2012 Summer Olympics — was a very special guest at Sunday’s game, the home opener for her favorite team.

Ledecky, who was born in Washington, D.C., and resides in Maryland, caught up at halftime with Redskins Blog intern Daniel Zimmet.

Here’s a snippet of the conversation with Ladecky:

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Rob Jackson’s Touchdown Over And Over

Posted by Andrew Walker on September 24, 2012 – 9:37 am

(Animated .GIF courtesy of @bubbaprog on Twitter)

It’s certainly one of the best all-around defensive plays by the Washington Redskins in this young 2012 season, so why not watch it on repeat?

Four minutes into yesterday’s game against Cincinnati, the Bengals had the ball in the shadow of their own goal post when their quarterback, Andy Dalton, dropped back to pass.

That was when Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan pushed past his defender and crushed Dalton from behind as he threw to his left, causing a wounded-duck pass intended for his running back, BenJarvus Green-Ellis.

Kerrigan’s fellow outside linebacker, Rob Jackson – who was starting in the place of Brian Orakpo, who suffered a season-ending injury last Sunday against the St. Louis Rams – scooped up that errant Dalton pass in the end zone before it fell to the ground for the easy touchdown.

The play put some life back into the FedExField crowd that had been quieted to that point by a Bengals touchdown on their very first play of the game. It was also Jackson’s first-career interception and touchdown.

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