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  1. Is 3-1 déjà vu or something new?

    Oct 1, 2008, 10:20 PM EDT

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    Here we are again. For the third time in the last four years, the Redskins have started a season at 3-1. In 2005 and 2007 the Skins also reached the quarter pole with a .750 winning percentage. Three years ago the Redskins opened up with an ugly win over the Bears and then played horribly…

  2. Is 3-1 déjà vu or something new?

    Oct 1, 2008, 6:20 PM EDT

    Here we are again. For the third time in the last four years, the Redskins have started a season at 3-1. In 2005 and 2007 the Skins also reached the quarter pole with a .750 winning percentage. Three years ago the Redskins opened up with an ugly win over the Bears and then played horribly…

  3. Zorn and Allen leading the cheers

    Oct 1, 2008, 3:03 PM EDT

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    Someone on You Tube cobbled together the three cheers “Hip-Hip Hoory!” that Jim Zorn led after the Redskins’ win over Dallas with one that George Allen did. We don’t know if this follows a win over the Cowboys or not, but it doesn’t really matter. Considering that, by all accounts, Zorn had no idea that…

  4. Is the TO bomb ticking again?

    Oct 1, 2008, 1:14 PM EDT

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    Just when I thought it was safe to give Terrell Owens a pat on the back, he puts a knife in the back of his team. I received some heat last week after I proclaimed that TO had grown up some and that the chances of him causing a disruption on the Cowboys were very…

  5. Zorn and Allen leading the cheers

    Oct 1, 2008, 11:03 AM EDT

    Someone on You Tube cobbled together the three cheers “Hip-Hip Hoory!” that Jim Zorn led after the Redskins’ win over Dallas with one that George Allen did. We don’t know if this follows a win over the Cowboys or not, but it doesn’t really matter. Considering that, by all accounts, Zorn had no idea that…

  6. Is the TO bomb ticking again?

    Oct 1, 2008, 9:14 AM EDT

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    Just when I thought it was safe to give Terrell Owens a pat on the back, he puts a knife in the back of his team. I received some heat last week after I proclaimed that TO had grown up some and that the chances of him causing a disruption on the Cowboys were very…

  7. Tuesday Take—The Drive

    Sep 30, 2008, 12:35 PM EDT

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    Make no mistake about it, the Washington Redskins’ 26-24 win over the Dallas Cowboys was no fluke. The better team won. Not the better collection of talent. Jerry Jones has pieced together an excellent mosaic of individual talent. They are big and fast on defense, quick and sharp on offense. The Redskins aren’t as impressive…

  8. Tuesday Take—The Drive

    Sep 30, 2008, 8:35 AM EDT

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    Make no mistake about it, the Washington Redskins’ 26-24 win over the Dallas Cowboys was no fluke. The better team won. Not the better collection of talent. Jerry Jones has pieced together an excellent mosaic of individual talent. They are big and fast on defense, quick and sharp on offense. The Redskins aren’t as impressive…

  9. History repeats: Allen’s first trip to Dallas

    Sep 29, 2008, 10:52 AM EDT

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    The Washington Redskins’ 26-24 win over the Dallas Cowboys was the first time in 37 years that a Redskins coach has won in his first trip to Dallas. The previous occasion came in 1971 when George Allen took his team to the Cotton Bowl and came out with a 20-16 win. The parallels don’t end…

  10. History repeats: Allen’s first trip to Dallas

    Sep 29, 2008, 6:52 AM EDT

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    The Washington Redskins’ 26-24 win over the Dallas Cowboys was the first time in 37 years that a Redskins coach has won in his first trip to Dallas. The previous occasion came in 1971 when George Allen took his team to the Cotton Bowl and came out with a 20-16 win. The parallels don’t end…

  11. Campbell’s little play proves to be huge

    Sep 29, 2008, 1:45 AM EDT

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    With the score tied at 17, the Washington Redskins appeared to have been robbed of a touchdown when a highly questionable holding call negated a Clinton Portis touchdown run. Casey Rabach didn’t stay close enough to Jay Ratliff to hold him but #61 drew the flag anyway. After an incompletion it was second and goal…

  12. Campbell’s little play proves to be huge

    Sep 28, 2008, 9:45 PM EDT

    With the score tied at 17, the Washington Redskins appeared to have been robbed of a touchdown when a highly questionable holding call negated a Clinton Portis touchdown run. Casey Rabach didn’t stay close enough to Jay Ratliff to hold him but #61 drew the flag anyway. After an incompletion it was second and goal…

  13. Live Blog Redskins vs. Cowboys

    Sep 28, 2008, 7:00 PM EDT

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    Hello and welcome to the Real Redskins live blog of the Redskins-Cowboys matchup. The buildup and the talking are over and it’s time get this party started. We’ll get started at about 3:45 and kickoff is scheduled for 4:15. The blog will appear in the window below. You can make comments in the box in…

  14. Inactives and surprise starter

    Sep 28, 2008, 6:45 PM EDT

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    Here are the inactives for today’s game: QB Colt Brennan (emergency third QB) WR Malcolm Kelly CB Justin Tryon S Justin Hamilton OL Jason Fabini OL Chad Rinehart DE Jason Taylor DE Erasmus James Also, according to Matt Terl on the Redskins Official Blog, Chris Horton is starting the game in place of Reed “Wally…

  15. Live Blog Redskins vs. Cowboys

    Sep 28, 2008, 3:00 PM EDT

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    Hello and welcome to the Real Redskins live blog of the Redskins-Cowboys matchup. The buildup and the talking are over and it’s time get this party started. We’ll get started at about 3:45 and kickoff is scheduled for 4:15. The blog will appear in the window below. You can make comments in the box in…

  16. Inactives and surprise starter

    Sep 28, 2008, 2:45 PM EDT

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    Here are the inactives for today’s game: QB Colt Brennan (emergency third QB) WR Malcolm Kelly CB Justin Tryon S Justin Hamilton OL Jason Fabini OL Chad Rinehart DE Jason Taylor DE Erasmus James Also, according to Matt Terl on the Redskins Official Blog, Chris Horton is starting the game in place of Reed “Wally…

  17. Dallas final thoughts

    Sep 28, 2008, 1:33 PM EDT

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    I could be wrong—I have been before and I will be again—but I really think that the Redskins have a chance of beating Dallas today. I’m not talking about just your generic “on any given Sunday” chance, but a real “we have arrived and we’re going to be a force in this division” chance. Dealing…

  18. Dallas final thoughts

    Sep 28, 2008, 9:33 AM EDT

    I could be wrong—I have been before and I will be again—but I really think that the Redskins have a chance of beating Dallas today. I’m not talking about just your generic “on any given Sunday” chance, but a real “we have arrived and we’re going to be a force in this division” chance. Dealing…

  19. 12.10.83—Redskins invade Dallas ready for war

    Sep 26, 2008, 3:47 PM EDT

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    Since the game account from Dallas in ’83 has drawn such favorable response, I thought I’d lift this little blub about what was going on the day before the game from my book Gut Check. Enjoy. The Redskins arrived in Dallas today ready to do battle with the Cowboys—and it showed. About two dozen Redskins…

  20. 12.10.83—Redskins invade Dallas ready for war

    Sep 26, 2008, 11:47 AM EDT

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    Since the game account from Dallas in ’83 has drawn such favorable response, I thought I’d lift this little blub about what was going on the day before the game from my book Gut Check. Enjoy. The Redskins arrived in Dallas today ready to do battle with the Cowboys—and it showed. About two dozen Redskins…

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