Game Day Splash

Victory Monday: Commanders Snatch Win From Broncos

The Washington Commanders victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday was a bit if an anomaly. Why? Because Washington haven’t opened a season at 2-0 since the Occupy Wall Street movement.

That’s right, they haven’t won their first two regular season games since 2011.

It was a very tight game. Perhaps more poignantly, it definitely didn’t look like it was going to happen for at least half of the game. In fact, it almost fell through at the last moment as well.

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Washington Continue Slide With Another Spotty Performance

The Denver Broncos beat the Washington Football Team 17-10 at Empower Field at Mile High Stadium on Sunday. Washington dropped it’s fourth consecutive game to fall to 2-6 heading into their bye week.

Washington’s mistakes and missed opportunities cost them.

Sound familiar?

Red Zone Ineptitude

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Week 8: WFT Vs Denver – Odds, Injuries and Picks

The Washington Football Team have dropped three games in a row, and head to Empower Field in Denver on Halloween Day looking for a win. The Broncos have been idle for ten days after a 17-14 loss to the Browns in last week’s Thursday Night game.

Washington have a bye next week and can ill afford to drop to 2-6. Both teams need to get back on the winning side of the equation if they expect to have any 2021 playoff opportunities.

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First Look: WFT vs Denver – Opening Line, Head-To-Head And More

The Washington Football Team lost their third consecutive game on Sunday. The Denver Broncos lost their fourth in a row against the Cleveland Browns. The two sliding teams will square off at Empower Field on Halloween Day at 4:25pm.

One of the two teams will get back on the winning side of the ledger. Both teams need a win to keep the playoffs in sight.

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Redskins Preparing for Free Agency

Entering free agency with an abundance of cap space gives the Redskins lots of options to fill plenty of needs, even after re-signing cornerback DeAngelo Hall, defensive tackle Chris Baker, safety Jose Gumbs and franchising linebacker Brian Orakpo.

The Redskins dropped off dramatically after a division title in 2012. Following a 10-6 season they returned back to the NFC East basement in 2013 with a 3-13 record and no first-round pick to show for it.

That, coupled with their $36 million cap penalty for 2012 and 2013, makes this free agency period more important than normal.

Washington was tied with the Chicago Bears in 2013 for allowing the second most points points per game (29.9), which means the defense, specifically the secondary, will be a high priority in this free agent class.

So who might the Redskins target to improve their roster? Let’s take a look at who the team reportedly has their sights set on based on reports from local Redskins beat writers.

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Redskins 2013 Opponents

While the Redskins schedule won’t be officially released until probably April, the close of the 2012 season did allow for Washington’s 2013 opponents to be selected. The Redskins will be facing  the NFC North and the AFC West next year. Here is a breakdown of the home and away games:

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Recapping Day 3 of Redskins Free Agency

The Redskins made their biggest move of the day early Thursday morning by shipping disgruntled defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth to the New England Patriots in exchange for a 2013 5th round draft pick. This ends a dark chapter because Haynesworth is widely viewed as arguably the biggest free agent bust in franchise history, which should say something. Ironically, Haynesworth heads to another team with a 3-4 defense and a coach regarded as even stricter than Mike Shanahan in Bill Belichick.

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Leftovers – Week 3


In this week’s edition of Leftovers, Andre Carter talks about the running game, Albert Haynesworth’s deactivation against the Texans and about the passing of Denver Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley.

To read this weeks edition of THN Weekly, click here: THN Weekly with Andre Carter – Week 3

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