Washington Redskins defensive end Stephen Bowen today participated in the team’s fourth Google+ Hangout of the season.
Bowen took questions from fans who were very interested in how the Redskins’ defense planned on trying to stop Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and company on Sunday at FedExField.
But the Hangout took an interesting turn when Redskins nose tackle Barry Cofield interrupted — first just listening on his own computer, then wrecking Bowen’s setup, and then going back on his computer and adding his two cents.
Here’s the video of today’s Google+ Hangout:
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What would a win Sunday against the lowly Carolina Panthers do for the Washington Redskins in terms of their placement on various organizations’ Power Rankings lists? Probably not much.
A loss to the Panthers, however, would probably send the Redskins to depths not yet seen by the team this season.
The good thing for Washington this week was that their 27-12 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday also had little effect on their Power Rankings positioning. Most of the seven media outlets we’ve been following each week provide some good explanations this time around:
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Our walk down Memory Lane for Bruce and George Allen continues today as the brothers get into an era of Redskins history they know very well.
That’s because it’s the era when their father, George Allen — or as their kids call him, “Grandcoach” — turned Washington into one of the more successful teams in the NFL.
George, who lived by the mantra “the future is now,” was a 2002 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee who compiled a 116-47-5 regular season record as the Redskins’ head coach from 1971 through 1977.
Bruce — the current general manager of the Redskins — and George — the former governor of Virginia — took a stroll down the “Hail To The Redskins Walk” Wednesday at Redskins Park, and Redskins.com was there with our cameras.
Here’s the third of six videos of Bruce and George Allen talking about the Redskins greats:
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