While shooting a video encouraging Redskins fans to participate in this week’s 12th Man Showdown vs. the Philadelphia Eagles, Morris was off to a great start — but that was when Bowen came out of the nearby training room, saw our operation, turned around, and dropped his trousers.
That, ladies and gentlemen, is an old-fashioned mooning.
Fortunately for you Redskins Blog readers, I was able to keep the camera on Morris and off Bowen’s rear end. Here’s the video — try not to laugh to Morris’ reaction:
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By Mike Richman
The Redskins Historian
In this taping of the TV show “Burgundy & Gold Magazine,” Redskins historian Mike Richman leads a panel discussion focusing on the state of the Redskins during their bye week nine games into the 2012 season.
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At one point, just nine percent of the various NFL experts and analysts below believed the Redskins would go into MetLife Stadium and escape with a win against the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants.
Well, the 91 percent who picked against the Redskins were right — but just barely. The Redskins took a late lead before Eli Manning and Victor Cruz — well, you know what happened in the final seconds.
Anyway, the experts are strongly in favor of one team in tomorrow’s Redskins-Eagles matchup at FedExField; but this time, the Redskins aren’t picked to lose.
More than 85 percent of those listed below are picking the Redskins (3-6) to defeat the Eagles (3-6). Here’s a look at this week’s various picks:
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