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Hall Deflects Spotlight Onto Team Effort

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 19, 2013 – 4:35 pm

(AP Image)

(AP Image)

It all started a few days ago and the media absorbed it quickly, translating and dissecting the words of both as either two veterans that have grown up or a professional game of cat and mouse.

Both Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall have been known for producing some pretty noteworthy soundbites over the years, so you know the two were going to be asked about one another in their first meeting since 2010.

On that day, Cutler’s psyche was crushed by Hall, as he picked off the former first round pick four times, returning one 92 yards to the house.

After the game, Cutler said that he’d throw his way again if they played the next day while Hall said he’d get into the Hall of Fame if he played the former Vanderbilt gunslinger every week.

This go-round though, the two had slightly more subdued comments for one another.

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Gallery: Redskins Bears History

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 19, 2013 – 1:05 pm

Sammy Baugh celebrates winning the 1937 NFL Championship (AP)

Sammy Baugh celebrates winning the 1937 NFL Championship (AP)

Since 1932, when the Redskins were the Boston Braves, the clashes between the Redskins franchise and the Chicago Bears have provided indelible moments. Sammy Baugh showed the NFL how to win with the pass. Darrell Green was tough and fast. DeAngelo Hall was unstoppable.

For a look at these moments and more, scope out the gallery below.

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EXCLUSIVE: RGIII’s Pinked Out Uniform

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 19, 2013 – 12:00 pm

Griffin JerseyEquipment manager Brad Berlin gives you an exclusive tour of uniform modifications the Redskins made to honor breast cancer awareness. Watch the video below for a deeper look at Robert Griffin III’s uniform, special eye black and cleats you can’t miss.

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Best of Youtube: Redskins – Bears

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 19, 2013 – 11:02 am

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Because I’m just like the rest of you working stiffs, I spent part of my Friday hard at work browsing YouTube. Here are some gems that popped up when I searched for Redskins and Bears.

Newsreel:  World Football Crown – 1937 

Before television melted all our brains, you had to go to the movies to get the news. Some lucky crowds in 1937 saw this silent-film treatment of the Redskins Bears highlights from the NFL Championship game. If you want to see Sammy Baugh in action, enjoy reading narration cards or want to march around your living room to some lovely parade music, check out the video above.

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