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 ignoring the offensive line for a decade, the Redskins finally addressed the team's most glaring weakness by drafting Trent Williams fourth overall in this year's draft. Fortunately for 'Skins fans, the 22-year-old is already paying dividends.
Sure, the New York Jets are featured on HBO's award-winning show, "Hard Knocks," but if ever there was a made-for-television football team, it's the 2010 Washington Redskins.
Beating the Buffalo Bills is nice, but if the Washington Redskins want to be taken seriously, they'll need to start by handling the Baltimore Ravens this weekend.
If you're looking for a new Redskins jersey to buy for 2010, I have two suggestions for you.
SB Nation D.C. catches up with Devin Thomas to talk about modeling, football and this pivotal season.
Just how different would the 2010 Washington Redskins be if Vinny Cerrato was still calling the shots at Redskins Park? After a chance encounter, this is what's on my mind.
It's easy to point the finger at Dan Snyder, but maybe former Redskins receiver Antwaan Randle El should do a little soul searching before blaming him for the team's recent shortcomings.
With Redskins' training camp just around the corner, we introduce you to Anthony Armstrong, a wide receiver who just might be the surprise of the summer.
George McPhee might be the best D.C. has to offer, but this isn't the time for the Capitals' general manager to rest on his laurels.