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Jim Caldwell Develops Quarterbacks

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on January 5, 2014 – 4:55 pm



Jim Caldwell has fostered talented quarterbacks.

Peyton Manning is the obvious example. The 2012 Super Bowl edition of Joe Flacco, Redskins emigrant Brad Johnson and a collegiate Kerry Collins have also succeeded under Caldwell.

On Sunday, Caldwell became the second confirmed head coach candidate to interview with the Redskins, a franchise looking to develop its own nascent quarterback. Read more »

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To The Baltimore Ravens: You’re Welcome

Posted by Brian Tinsman on January 21, 2013 – 4:21 pm

(AP photo)

(AP photo)

It turns out that the Redskins and Ravens both got what they needed out of the Week 14 clash at FedExField.

For the Redskins, it was one of the most thrilling finishes in stadium history, as backup quarterback Kirk Cousins took over in the game’s final seconds, finishing off a touchdown drive and two-point conversion to complete the comeback. In overtime, Richard Crawford busted a 64-yard punt return, setting up a game-winning Kai Forbath field goal.

The win was the fourth in a row for the Redskins, and gave Washington regional bragging rights for the next four years. More importantly, it was a milestone during the team’s seven-game win streak that delivered the team’s first NFC East title since 1999, and their first playoff appearance since 2007.

For the Ravens, it was the first back-to-back losses under fifth-year head coach John Harbaugh, and left a team that started the season 9-2 scrambling for answers. Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was fired the next day, ushering in former Colts head coach Jim Caldwell to call plays.

The Ravens got healthy and hot at the right time, clinching the AFC North title and scoring decisive playoff victories over the Colts, Broncos and Patriots.

Although the Ravens are currently game-planning for the Super Bowl and making travel arrangements for the road, they should consider sending the Redskins a thank you note.

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Alexander Plays NFL Expert, Convincingly

Posted by Brian Tinsman on January 18, 2013 – 5:45 pm


Lorenzo Alexander is one of the few Redskins players to ever win the Media Good Guy award multiple years, and did so in both 2011 and 2012. Alexander has a well-deserved reputation for offering honest, thoughtful insight into his life and his role with the Washington Redskins.

So it should come as no surprise that the “One Man Gang” can handle himself comfortably on camera, providing CSN Washington with a player’s perspective in the lead-up to this weekend’s NFL Championship action.

Alexander has the benefit of having played each of the four remaining teams at home in the last two seasons, with the San Francisco 49ers and New England Patriots in 2011 and the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Falcons in 2012.

He speaks with the poise and confidence of a veteran newscaster, and has a second career in sports if he so chooses.

Hear what he had to say, below: Read more »

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Fletcher Predicts Pats-49ers Super Bowl

Posted by Stephen Czarda on January 17, 2013 – 4:25 pm

(Photo by Brian Murphy // ExtremeSkins.com)

(Photo by Brian Murphy // ExtremeSkins.com)

On Thursday, star linebacker London Fletcher was a guest on “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” on ESPN Radio.

Fletcher spoke with Cowherd about his thoughts on the four remaining teams left in the playoffs: the Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, New England Patriots, and San Francisco 49ers.

Fletcher has some “inside” knowledge on all four contenders. The Redskins played the Falcons and Ravens this year as well as the Patriots and 49ers last year.

Find out what London had to say about each team here (via ESPN Radio):

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#DALvsWAS: Who’s YOUR MVR(edskin)?

Posted by Andrew Walker on December 31, 2012 – 4:11 am

MVR(edskin) vs. Dallas

Click on the photo above to vote between running back Alfred Morris, quarterback Robert Griffin III, cornerback Josh Wilson and linebacker London Fletcher for Most Valuable Redskin of Sunday night’s game vs. the Dallas Cowboys.


High Demand For Playoff Tickets

Not surprisingly, there were tens of thousands of happy fans filing out of FedExField early Monday morning after the Redskins dropped the Cowboys to claim the NFC East title:

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Battle Of The Beltways Is Ours Two-Fold

Posted by Andrew Walker on December 9, 2012 – 11:38 pm

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Congratulations, Redskins fans.

You sat through that exciting game today vs. the Baltimore Ravens and, though your fingernails are assuredly much shorter than they were at halftime, your team pulled out the overtime victory.

But that wasn’t the only win today for Redskins fans, who pummeled the Ravens in today’s “Battle of the Beltways” social media showdown.

You’ve been hashtagging #HTTR like crazy since late last week, and we stomped on the Ravens by a final tally of 73 percent to their 27 percent.

Very well done, Redskins fans.

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Redskins React To Win On Twitter

Posted by Andrew Walker on December 9, 2012 – 11:28 pm

(AP photo)

(AP photo)

In case you haven’t heard by now, the Washington Redskins today extended their winning streak to four games with a 31-28, overtime victory over the Baltimore Ravens at FedExField.

The Redskins (7-6) made a furious comeback with little time remaining in the fourth quarter to tie the game. Down eight and with starting quarterback Robert Griffin III on the sidelines nursing a knee injury, backup quarterback Kirk Cousins came in and threw a touchdown to wide receiver Pierre Garcon to get within two points.

The ensuing two-point conversion — a run on a quarterback draw by Cousins — was also good, and the game was tied to force overtime. After the Washington defense forced the Baltimore offense off the field on its opening possession, cornerback Richard Crawford took the ensuing punt inside the Baltimore 30-yard line. From there, kicker Kai Forbath continued his perfect season and nailed the game-winning kick.

Here’s how several players reacted to the win on Twitter tonight:

Quarterback Robert Griffin III:

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Shanahan: ‘You Guys Have Done It Again’

Posted by Andrew Walker on December 9, 2012 – 11:17 pm

Check out Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan hand out game balls and address his team following their dramatic, 31-28 win over the Baltimore Ravens Sunday at FedExField.

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#BALvsWAS: Overtime Observations

Posted by Andrew Walker on December 9, 2012 – 4:25 pm

(AP photo)

(AP photo)

The Baltimore Ravens won the overtime toss and elected to receive to open overtime, beginning from their own 24. After an incomplete pass by quarterback Joe Flacco, running back Ray Rice carried the rock for a four-yard gain, setting up a 3rd and 6. Flacco was flushed out of the pocket and took off, getting just three yards.

The defense did its job.

And, on the ensuing punt, rookie cornerback Richard Crawford — returning for the first time all season — took the 56-yard kick 64 yards to the Baltimore 24-yard line.

The huge special-teams play set up a 34-yard, game-winning Kai Forbath field goal as the Redskins pulled out a inspired 31-28 win over the AFC North-leading Ravens in front of a spirited FedExField crowd.

The hero of the game, other than Crawford, is rookie quarterback Kirk Cousins, who took over for a hobbled Robert Griffin III in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter and led his team to a game-tying touchdown and two-point conversion.

CHIME IN: What did you think of today’s game? Feel free to comment below.




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#BALvsWAS: Who’s YOUR MVR(edskin)?

Posted by Andrew Walker on December 9, 2012 – 4:12 pm

MVR(edskin of the Game

Click on the photo above to vote between quarterback Robert Griffin III, kicker Kai Forbath, middle linebacker London Fletcher and running back Alfred Morris for your Most Valuable Redskin of today’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.

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