The Redskins' three important objectives Thursday night, the Nats aren't listening to outside noise, and please Let Teddy Win already.
Chain Reactions: Washington Redskins QB Concerns, Play Maryland Or Else And Bryce Harper Wants To Go Deep
A look at the biggest news in DC sports, from the Redskins quarterback situation to the rise of Bryce Harper.
Should the Washington Redskins pursue Peyton Manning? Here's one argument saying they should. At least hear us out.
Chain Reactions: Flip Saunders Wins Lottery, Alex Ovechkin In Penalty Box And No Prince Fielder In D.C.
The Wizards trying to Flip the season around, the Capitals' star is taking his stick and going home instead of to the All-Star game and the Nationals swing and miss on a Prince.
Javale ME-Gee makes top 10 plays for all the wrong reasons, but it is hardly the biggest crime in Wizards' history. Plus, could the Redskins have an Alex Smith on their roster? What do the Capitals do about Mike Green this summer?
Another intriguing quarterback option is in the draft, but will the Redskins go all in for him? Plus, is it time for the Wizards to get a draft campaign together? Are the Nationals out or in the Prince Fielder sweepstakes?
You know what Steve Spurrier would have said about this Redskins' season? This week's Chain Reactions deals with the team's needs this offseason, the two no-longer-suspended dopes and the Nationals needing a Prince.
This week's Chain Reactions checks in on whether late season wins actually carry over in the NFL, the price of being No. 1 and if Dale Hunter is a one and done in D.C.?
The Redskins' season hits a new low as two players get suspended for getting high, but what does the future hold for Trent Williams and Fred Davis? Also, some Nationals hot stove and NHL realignment talk.
It's great to have Dale Hunter back, but it's sad to see Bruce Boudreau go. Also, should Redskins fans be upset their team won on Sunday?
The Redskins score a "moral" victory, and now should they score another veteran quarterbacl? Plus, the Capitals' coach goes all in -- will his superstars follow?
This week's Chain Reactions goes three and out, like the Washington Redskins' offense. We discuss the sorry state of quarterbacks, Dallas week and the lagging running game.
This week's edition of Chain Reactions looks at the Redskins "rebuilding progress, confirmation Mike Shanahan was right about Fat Albert, Randy Edsall getting ready for a political career and the Capitals being dubbed as "losers."
The Redskins' offense continues to stink even on Canadian soil, so is it time for a change with the play-caller?
John Beck is no Cam Newton but the quarterback made some plays, including one the day after the game. Also, the injuries to veterans is a big opportunity for the Redskins' youth as they head north of the border to face the Bills.
This week, we explain why the decision to bench Rex Grossman had to made quick hook or not, how the defense is getting it done and why Redskins fans should not be cheering Donovan McNabb's latest setback.
The Washington Redskins can pull a Tony Soprano on their division rivals from Philadelphia if they can commit to ground and pound. Plus, who would have guessed the Terps, and not the Redskins, would deal with a QB controversy.
The Redskins hit the quarter pole at 3-1 and can enjoy their week off thanks to Ryan Torain and a dominant defensive performance in St. Louis. Plus, the Capitals get set to start another Stanley Cup or bust campaign.
Losing stinks, but losing to Dallas is 100 times worse. This week's edition of Chain Reactions looks at the many angles of disappointment in Big D.
Does Dallas Week still matter? How do we judge the Redskins after two weeks? What's next for Georgetown with this latest round of conference realignment. All that and more in this week's Chain Reactions.
This week, we cover a strong start for the Washington Redskins, some sour grapes on the Giants' end and look ahead to Maryland's showdown against West Virginia.
Chain Reactions: Washington Redskins Quarterback Situation Settled, Maryland Makes Fashion Statement
This week's edition takes a look at the Redskins' QB situation that is settled (for now), preseason numbers that matter, a brewing Redskins soap opera, Maryland's fashion statement and Strasmas Part II.
Las Vegas doesn't like the Redskins this year, but is that fair? Also, we discuss Strasmas Part II and LeBron James finally joining the right bandwagon.