AUDIO: The SB Nation DC Podcast Has A New Name And New Guests

After a week off to get themselves fully charged up for the start of the 2012 NFL season, the men behind the SB Nation DC podcast come roaring back to life this week.

In this edition, SB Nation DC senior editor Sam Chamberlain, ESPN980's Scott Jackson, and SB Nation DC contributor Charles Walton are joined by SB Nation DC's Redskins editor Daniel Shiferaw in Segment 2 to break down the Burgundy-and-Gold's big win over the New Orleands Saints and look ahead to Week 2 against the St. Louis Rams. In Segment 3, SB Nation DC Nationals editor and Federal Baseball blogrunner Patrick Reddington jumps on to give his take on all things Nats as the march to the playoffs continues.

The fun starts after the jump.

We should also note that this edition of the podcast has a brand new name. We've decided to dub it "Half Smokes Radio," after the section of the site on which this bit appears every week. If you have a better idea for a DC-centric name, we're all ears.

Segment 1

Segment 2

Segment 3

Hope you like it!

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