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  1. Gibbs Fires Himself

    Jan 22, 2006, 7:47 PM EDT

    According to reports on ESPN.com and elsewhere, Joe Gibbs will hand the play calling duties over to new offensive coordinator Al Saunders next season. This is not a particularly shocking development. Everybody knew that Daniel Snyder was not going to cut Saunders checks worth $2 million a year to be one of those quality control…

  2. Classic Redskins Book is Back in Print

    Jan 20, 2006, 10:36 PM EDT

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    For Immediate ReleaseContact: Rich Tandler rtandler@comcast.netUnique Redskins Book is Back in PrintThe return of the Redskins to the elite of the NFL has spurred the comeback of a Redskins classic.The Redskins From A to Z, Volume 1: The Games is being reprinted. This unique book chronicles every game the Redskins played from their arrival in…

  3. Classic Redskins Book is Back in Print

    Jan 20, 2006, 6:36 PM EDT

    For Immediate Release Contact: Rich Tandler rtandler@comcast.net Unique Redskins Book is Back in Print The return of the Redskins to the elite of the NFL has spurred the comeback of a Redskins classic. The Redskins From A to Z, Volume 1: The Games is being reprinted. This unique book chronicles every game the Redskins played…

  4. Notes on the News 11.19.06

    Jan 19, 2006, 4:29 AM EDT

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    Notes on the News: Should LaVar Arrington wind up staying with the Redskins, there will be all kinds of criticism of the writers who have said that there was virtually no chance he would be back in 2006 (including at least one who said that using words from Arrington’s own mouth). If a contract renegotiation…

  5. Notes on the News 11.19.06

    Jan 19, 2006, 12:29 AM EDT

    Notes on the News: Should LaVar Arrington wind up staying with the Redskins, there will be all kinds of criticism of the writers who have said that there was virtually no chance he would be back in 2006 (including at least one who said that using words from Arrington’s own mouth). If a contract renegotiation…

  6. Opportunities Lost

    Jan 15, 2006, 1:23 PM EDT

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    The NFL is a merciless business. If you have a weakness, the other team will exploit that soft spot immediately and often. The Redskins went into Sunday’s game in Seattle with a glaring weakness. They have one of the league’s best receivers in Santana Moss. The receiver that lines up opposite Moss is merely filling…

  7. Opportunities Lost

    Jan 15, 2006, 9:23 AM EDT

    The NFL is a merciless business. If you have a weakness, the other team will exploit that soft spot immediately and often. The Redskins went into Sunday’s game in Seattle with a glaring weakness. They have one of the league’s best receivers in Santana Moss. The receiver that lines up opposite Moss is merely filling…

  8. Game Blog Fourth Quarter

    Jan 15, 2006, 12:46 AM EDT

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    Fourth QuarterFG Brown 33 Seahawks 17, Redskins 3Well, there is still some pulse there for the Redskins, but we’re rapidly slipping into miracle territory here. Seattle can do the old West Coast offense trick of using the short passing game in the place of the running game and burn the clock.They forgot to cover Chris…

  9. Game Blog Third Quarter

    Jan 14, 2006, 11:54 PM EDT

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    Third QuarterIn Arizona, the Redskins were trailing and took the second-half kickoff and pounded it down the field for a critical touchdown. This ain’t Arizona, that’s for sure, but the Redskins need something similar here.Brunell is really struggling with his throws. Cooley was open there for a first down on the Redskins’ first possession, but…

  10. Game Blog Second Quarter

    Jan 14, 2006, 11:01 PM EDT

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    Second Quarter.Seattle’s Williams has been playing with fire all afternoon and he finally got burned. Perhaps a spark for the offense?Great call on the sneak for the first down with the quick snap. As I said earlier, you don’t want to have the line set for too long, especially on a play when the crowd…

  11. Game Blog First Quarter

    Jan 14, 2006, 10:19 PM EDT

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    First QuarterI spent seven hours in the car driving my son back to college today. Switching among sports talk stations on my XM Radio, I didn’t find a single commentator—not one—who thought the Redskins could win. This talk of the Redskins being too beaten up to even compete has really taken hold as the national…

  12. Game Blog Fourth Quarter

    Jan 14, 2006, 8:46 PM EDT

    Fourth Quarter FG Brown 33 Seahawks 17, Redskins 3 Well, there is still some pulse there for the Redskins, but we’re rapidly slipping into miracle territory here. Seattle can do the old West Coast offense trick of using the short passing game in the place of the running game and burn the clock. They forgot…

  13. Game Blog Third Quarter

    Jan 14, 2006, 7:54 PM EDT

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    Third Quarter In Arizona, the Redskins were trailing and took the second-half kickoff and pounded it down the field for a critical touchdown. This ain’t Arizona, that’s for sure, but the Redskins need something similar here. Brunell is really struggling with his throws. Cooley was open there for a first down on the Redskins’ first…

  14. Game Blog Second Quarter

    Jan 14, 2006, 7:01 PM EDT

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    Second Quarter. Seattle’s Williams has been playing with fire all afternoon and he finally got burned. Perhaps a spark for the offense? Great call on the sneak for the first down with the quick snap. As I said earlier, you don’t want to have the line set for too long, especially on a play when…

  15. Game Blog First Quarter

    Jan 14, 2006, 6:19 PM EDT

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    First Quarter I spent seven hours in the car driving my son back to college today. Switching among sports talk stations on my XM Radio, I didn’t find a single commentator—not one—who thought the Redskins could win. This talk of the Redskins being too beaten up to even compete has really taken hold as the…

  16. Game Blog Pregame

    Jan 14, 2006, 12:49 PM EDT

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    Although it’s not my job here to be a thoroughly objective journalist, I do try very hard to step back and take an objective look at things (which is more than I suspect that many who are supposed to be neutral journalists do). And in taking an objective look at the Seahawks I see a…

  17. Game Blog Pregame

    Jan 14, 2006, 8:49 AM EDT

    Although it’s not my job here to be a thoroughly objective journalist, I do try very hard to step back and take an objective look at things (which is more than I suspect that many who are supposed to be neutral journalists do). And in taking an objective look at the Seahawks I see a…

  18. Final Thoughts

    Jan 13, 2006, 1:58 PM EDT

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    You can reach Rich Tandler by email at WarpathInsiders@comcast.net A few thoughts in the last hours before the game that don’t fit anywhere else: The conventional wisdom is that the pressure is all on the Seahawks; I’m not so sure about that. Although very few from the outside thought that the Redskins would be where…

  19. Final Thoughts

    Jan 13, 2006, 9:58 AM EDT

    You can reach Rich Tandler by email at WarpathInsiders@comcast.net A few thoughts in the last hours before the game that don’t fit anywhere else: The conventional wisdom is that the pressure is all on the Seahawks; I’m not so sure about that. Although very few from the outside thought that the Redskins would be where…

  20. Bold Predictions: Defense Wins Championships

    Jan 12, 2006, 2:18 PM EDT

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    You can reach Rich Tandler by email at WarpathInsiders@comcast.net There is much talk about the relative strength of the schedules played by the Washington Redskins and the Seattle Seahawks and how that should influence the view of their NFC Divisional playoff game on Saturday at Qwest Field. Here are the facts:The Redskins played home and…

  21. Bold Predictions: Defense Wins Championships

    Jan 12, 2006, 10:18 AM EDT

    You can reach Rich Tandler by email at WarpathInsiders@comcast.net There is much talk about the relative strength of the schedules played by the Washington Redskins and the Seattle Seahawks and how that should influence the view of their NFC Divisional playoff game on Saturday at Qwest Field. Here are the facts: The Redskins played home…

  22. No Apologies Necessary

    Jan 9, 2006, 4:55 PM EDT

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    You can reach Rich Tandler by email at WarpathInsiders@comcast.netWhen a team scores a lot of points and gives up a lot of points and wins like, for instance, in the Bucs’ Week 10 win over the Redskins, that is generally considered to be a great victory. Their 36-35 win was viewed as a momentum builder,…

  23. No Apologies Necessary

    Jan 9, 2006, 12:55 PM EDT

    You can reach Rich Tandler by email at WarpathInsiders@comcast.netWhen a team scores a lot of points and gives up a lot of points and wins like, for instance, in the Bucs’ Week 10 win over the Redskins, that is generally considered to be a great victory. Their 36-35 win was viewed as a momentum builder,…

  24. Game Blog Fourth Quarter

    Jan 8, 2006, 12:42 AM EDT

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    Fourth QuarterThis game is being placed squarely on the shoulders of the defense, evidently. If they tackle like Walt Harris did when he had Williams for a five-yard loss but let him get away, that’s a shaky proposition.Time for the D to step up here on fourth down. Let’s see.That was a rather cocky call…

  25. Game Blog Third Quarter

    Jan 7, 2006, 11:49 PM EDT

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    Third QuarterThis is a good time to get an offensive drive going. A good percentage of the fans are not yet back in their seats, not much disruptive crowd noise.Portis being out of this game is not good, obviously, but not a disaster with a two-touchdown lead. If the defense does its job, Betts will…

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