Brian Murphy is an award-winning journalist who loves D.C. sports and sometimes goes by the name Homer McFanboy. And yet, he still doesn't know what the hell he's talking about.
After watching Vince Young's epic meltdown this past weekend, the Washington Redskins should be grateful to have Donovan McNabb in town.
Remember when all those media members said Donovan McNabb would never re-sign in D.C.? Where's the accountability now that he has a new contract?
Just because a bingo caller didn't come out of retirement to take over the playcalling duties doesn't mean there wasn't plenty to talk about in the first half of the season for the Washington Redskins.
Even though the Washington Redskins have won three of their last four games, there is plenty of work that must be done to fix the team's offense. Otherwise, the team will not continue to have success this season.
The Redskins' offense and defense have both been inconsistent, so what's been the most enjoyable aspect of the Washington Redskins' 2010 season? Watching the special teams unit lay people out.
If we've learned nothing else over the first week of the NHL season, it's that these aren't the same old Washington Capitals.
Unlike the Washington Redskins and Wizards, the Capitals actually value the draft. Because they put time, energy and resources into the evaluation process and actually attempt to acquire additional draft picks via trades, the proverbial cupboard is stocked with young talent. Here are a handful of young players who are ready to contribute.
The usually stout Redskins defense has been unable to stop anyone this season. Is the switch from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 scheme to blame or is something bigger going on here?
While fellow quarterbacks Jason Campbell and Kevin Kolb have struggled this season, Donovan McNabb has had no trouble transitioning to Washington and helping a once-dormant offense finally show signs of life.
The Redskins were a joke one year ago. This weekend's game against the Dallas Cowboys will go a long way towards proving just how much better things are this season.