Welcome to Flashback Friday, where we take a trip down memory lane to revisit yesteryear moments in Washington football history. From jaw-dropping plays to nail-biting finishes, Washington football has provided its fans with countless memories throughout the years. Today, we turn our attention back to November 10, 1991, when the Washington Redskins took on the Atlanta Falcons. As we dive into the archives, let’s try relive the events that unfolded on that historic day.Read More
Today’s wallpaper is Washington’s Super Bowl rings!!
Sometimes after a tough loss, it’s hard to pay tribute to one of the current players. It seems more sensible to pay homage to the past. In this case – to the
Redskins three Super Bowl victories.
Sometimes after a tough loss – especially one like the 24-8 pasting Sunday from the Philadelphia Eagles – it’s better to go with a retro wallpaper. It’s perhaps even more appropriate, when nobody really stood out as having played well in the game.
So today’s wallpapers are to honor one of the greatest groups to ever don the burgundy and gold – The Posse.Read More
On this day, November 4th in 1990, the Washington Redskins equaled what was at the time*, the greatest comeback in club history with a 41-38 overtime win at Detroit.
Washington were down by 21 points in the third quarter (17 points entering the fourth quarter), but 363 second-half yards from Jeff Rutledge rallied the Redskins.
Chip Lohmiller kicked a 34-yard field goal in overtime to seal the victory.Read More
Last night, I had the chance to head across the Chesapeake Bay to take in the 9th Annual Mickey Steele Poker Tournament, which honors a fallen friend of former Redskins quarterback Mary Rypien and raises money for charity.
Attending the event for my employer, What’s Up? Magazine, I was able to catch up with Rypien and Bostic as well as Ricky Sanders and general manager Bruce Allen.
We covered a variety of topics, including the tournament and how the the current Redskins squad will fare in 2013 and the debate surrounding the team name. Bostic did not hold back about his feelings on the team name.
Here is a snippet and a link to the story.Read More
This is the first installment of a weekly contribution from Rob Janis. Rob is the lead blogger at the Redskins Fan Forum community on WashingtonTimes.com. – eds.
My name is Rob Janis. This is my first column for the-hogs.net.Read More