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 way, way back to November 17, 1935, when the Boston Redskins were supposed to take on the Philadelphia Eagles. So what unfolded on that historic day?Read More
The Washington Commanders are gearing up for the 2023 NFL season, and fans are already buzzing with anticipation. Sure some of of the buzz is wether or not Dan Snyder will have sold the team by then, but hey buzz is buzz.
The 2023 NFL Draft is in the books – the Commanders have made their selections – and that means that the next event to look forward to in the off-season is the release of the 2023 schedule. It will be released some time in May. Exactly when, is more top secret than how they get the caramel in the Caramilk bar.
The Commanders DO already know who their opponents will be – it’s just a question of when they will meet each opponent.Read More
Believe it or not, gambling used to be frowned upon. It’s not that long ago that sports gambling had to be done in seedy dives with your local bookie. But you know what? Even then, a lot of people would bet on the Super Bowl.
There’s just something about the Super Bowl that brings out the gambler in us. Is it the fact that you’re not cheering for your regular team, so adding the element of winning or losing money improves the experience? It might be.Read More
There weren’t a lot of people giving the Commanders much of a chance of beating the 8-0 Eagles leading into the Monday Night Football game. That’s why they play the games. Any Given Sunday. Washington stunned Philadelphia and their fans with a 32-21 victory and handed them their first loss of the season.
Eagles fans and pundits were quick to complain. And cry.
“The refs gave them the game.”
Boo hoo hoo.Read More
The Washington Commanders meet the only unbeaten team in the National Football League in Week 10 – division rival Philadelphia Eagles. The 8-0 Eagles are coming off of a bye week, while the 4-5 Commanders are coming off of a heartbreaking last minute loss to the Minnesota Vikings. As if that weren’t tough enough for Washington, it’s the Monday Night Football game.
The game will be played at Lincoln Financial Field – kickoff at 8:15 p.m. EDT – and can be watched on ESPN.Read More
It’s Week 3 of the 2022 NFL season. The Commanders will square off against the Philadelphia Eagles at FedEx Field.
Who’s playing and who’s not?
Here is a list of both teams’ inactives:Read More
For Washington Commanders quarterback Carson Wentz, Sunday will be a homecoming of sorts. He will face the Philadelphia Eagles for the very first time. The Eagles drafted him with the second overall pick in 2016.
It’s a big game for Washington. It might feel like an even bigger game to Wentz.
After all, the Eagles are now quarterbacked by Jalen Hurts – the man who bumped Wentz from his starting position in 2020. Not only that, Hurts is having a blinder of a start to the season.Read More
The Washington Commanders just couldn’t put it together on Sunday. They suffered a demoralizing 36-27 loss to the Detroit Lions. In doing so, they dropped to 1-1 on the season.
The Philadelphia Eagles on the other hand, are coming off a strong 24-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Jalen Hurts threw one touchdown pass, and ran for two more touchdowns. The Beagles are now 2-0 in 2022.
So how is this week’s upcoming NFC East match-up, shaping up?Read More
The Washington Football Team (6-9) are holding on to the hope that they can still grab the last spot in the playoffs. But the Philadelphia Eagles (8-7) are already holding down the No. 7 seed, and have no intention of letting it go. When the two teams met less than two weeks ago, Philadelphia beat Washington convincingly 27-17.
On top of that, Washington is coming off of an embarrassing 56-14 loss to the Cowboys, and the Eagles have won five of their last six.Read More
A three game losing streak and a couple of embarrassing losses in a row, would appear to have stripped the life from this 2021 WFT season. However, the WFT are not out of it yet. There is a series of events that can transpire and get Washington into the playoffs. And it’s not that far-fetched or ridiculous either.
First and foremost, Washington have to win both of their two remaining games of course.Read More