Ken Meringolo is a die-hard fan of all his hometown Washington teams, no matter how mediocre the season. His son's first words were, "At least we don't live in Cleveland." He is also the senior editor over at HogsHaven.com, SB Nation's Redskins blog.
Santana Moss may have been an undersized No. 1 receiver, but he came up big when it mattered most to us. We take a minute to appreciate that now that he may be headed out of town.
Perhaps the Redskins' front office will observe how both Super Bowl teams have committed to building their rosters through the draft. Perhaps.
The Redskins are projected to pick a quarterback with their first draft pick, and we tell you why that would be a terrible idea.
With 2010 soon to be in our rearview mirror, we look with hope to 2011. Here are some of the reasons we are hopeful.
This week we separate the Naughty from the Nice. Which DC sports figures were Naughty in 2010?
Redskins fans are struggling to find reasons to keep tuning into the awfulness that transpires each week. It should be a little easier this week against their rival, the Dallas Cowboys.
Five reasons why the end of the Albert Haynesworth era is the beginning of the next great era in Washington Redskins football.
Every major pro sports team (of the 5) in D.C. boasts a coach who has yet to record a third full regular season.
We pause to remember a great Washington player, Sean Taylor. For fans who will never forget, his spirit and determination on and off the field continue to inspire.
Our favorite sports video games are filled with athletes who either hailed from the DC area or play for our pro teams. Which ones are the most fun to take control of?