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  1. Redskins Steelers 3rd Quarter

    Nov 4, 2008, 4:00 AM EDT

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    The Redskins have done little to nothing offensively. That’s the bad news. The good news is that they’re still in it. 14:50—Byron Leftwich is in at QB for the Steelers. Big Ben hit his hand on Golston’s helmet just before halftime. We have yet to receive an update in the press box. 12:28—His first pass…

  2. Redskins Steelers 2nd Quarter

    Nov 4, 2008, 3:09 AM EDT

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    14:43—It’s turned into a defensive struggle as neither team can sustain a drive. Campbell took a sack on third and five to kill the Skins last drive before it ever really got started. 12:43—London Fletcher smelled out a flat pass to Moore and dumped him, knocking out the ball for a harmless third and two…

  3. Redskins Steelers 1st Quarter

    Nov 4, 2008, 1:58 AM EDT

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    For the time being, I have live updating. Keep refreshing for the latest updates. Pregame –The burgundy on burgundy look is going to take some getting used to. I like it at first glance, but it looks just like the Redskins Band uniforms. –The Steeler black and gold is quite prevalent here tonight. I’ll guess…

  4. Redskins Steelers 4th Quarter

    Nov 4, 2008, 12:53 AM EDT

    15:00—Anthony Montgomery is out with a sprained ankle. 14:44—Nobody was within 20 yards of Moore as he caught a short pass from Leftwich. If they score a touchdown here, it’s over. 13:30—It’s a last gasp for the Redskins here. Third and eight at the 20. If the Skins can hold them to a field goal…

  5. Redskins Steelers 3rd Quarter

    Nov 4, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT

    The Redskins have done little to nothing offensively. That’s the bad news. The good news is that they’re still in it. 14:50—Byron Leftwich is in at QB for the Steelers. Big Ben hit his hand on Golston’s helmet just before halftime. We have yet to receive an update in the press box. 12:28—His first pass…

  6. Redskins Steelers 2nd Quarter

    Nov 3, 2008, 11:09 PM EDT

    14:43—It’s turned into a defensive struggle as neither team can sustain a drive. Campbell took a sack on third and five to kill the Skins last drive before it ever really got started. 12:43—London Fletcher smelled out a flat pass to Moore and dumped him, knocking out the ball for a harmless third and two…

  7. Redskins Steelers 1st Quarter

    Nov 3, 2008, 9:58 PM EDT

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    For the time being, I have live updating. Keep refreshing for the latest updates. Pregame –The burgundy on burgundy look is going to take some getting used to. I like it at first glance, but it looks just like the Redskins Band uniforms. –The Steeler black and gold is quite prevalent here tonight. I’ll guess…

  8. Forces and objects

    Nov 3, 2008, 12:57 PM EDT

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    The Washington Redskins game against the Pittsburgh Steelers tonight will be decided largely by strength against strength and weakness against weakness. The battle of strengths, the unstoppable force against the immovable object, is the Redskins’ running game against the Steelers’ rush defense. We all know that Clinton Portis has rushed for 120 yards or more…

  9. Forces and objects

    Nov 3, 2008, 8:57 AM EDT

    The Washington Redskins game against the Pittsburgh Steelers tonight will be decided largely by strength against strength and weakness against weakness. The battle of strengths, the unstoppable force against the immovable object, is the Redskins’ running game against the Steelers’ rush defense. We all know that Clinton Portis has rushed for 120 yards or more…

  10. Prime Time Live Blog

    Oct 31, 2008, 1:21 PM EDT

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    You know the drill by now. It’s a home game, so the live blog will come from the “the 1990’s called and they want their technology back” press box at FedEx Field. That means the blog will be updated quarter by quarter as events unfold. I’ll pop in with an update via the BlackBerry should…

  11. Prime Time Live Blog

    Oct 31, 2008, 9:21 AM EDT

    You know the drill by now. It’s a home game, so the live blog will come from the “the 1990’s called and they want their technology back” press box at FedEx Field. That means the blog will be updated quarter by quarter as events unfold. I’ll pop in with an update via the BlackBerry should…

  12. Flashback: Would a Skins win bode well for McCain?

    Oct 29, 2008, 12:34 PM EDT

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    Those who are backing the Washington Redskins on Monday and Barak Obama on Tuesday face an interesting dilemma. A Redskins win on Monday night would an omen that does not bode well for those who want to see the electoral maps bathed in blue on Tuesday night. Here’s the deal: In nearly every presidential election…

  13. Flashback: Would a Skins win bode well for McCain?

    Oct 29, 2008, 8:34 AM EDT

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    Those who are backing the Washington Redskins on Monday and Barak Obama on Tuesday face an interesting dilemma. A Redskins win on Monday night would an omen that does not bode well for those who want to see the electoral maps bathed in blue on Tuesday night. Here’s the deal: In nearly every presidential election…

  14. Tuesday Take: The bad with the good

    Oct 28, 2008, 12:41 PM EDT

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    The Washington Redskins enter the second half of the 2008 season with plenty of classic good news/bad news scenarios. Good news: The Redskins are 6-2. No other NFC team has won more games; they are a half game out of the NFC East lead and a game up in the race for a Wild Card…

  15. Tuesday Take: The bad with the good

    Oct 28, 2008, 8:41 AM EDT

    The Washington Redskins enter the second half of the 2008 season with plenty of classic good news/bad news scenarios. Good news: The Redskins are 6-2. No other NFC team has won more games; they are a half game out of the NFC East lead and a game up in the race for a Wild Card…

  16. Redskins on the WWW 10.27.08

    Oct 27, 2008, 9:26 PM EDT

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    Jim Zorn’s postgame presser wasn’t the only one at Ford Field with a tense moment. Lions coach Rod Marinelli told a reporter that he “wasn’t qualified” to evaluate the team’s defensive scheme. Detroit columnist Tom Kowalski thinks that the Lions would be doing Marinelli a favor if they fired him. The crux of his case:…

  17. Redskins on the WWW 10.27.08

    Oct 27, 2008, 5:26 PM EDT

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    Jim Zorn’s postgame presser wasn’t the only one at Ford Field with a tense moment. Lions coach Rod Marinelli told a reporter that he “wasn’t qualified” to evaluate the team’s defensive scheme. Detroit columnist Tom Kowalski thinks that the Lions would be doing Marinelli a favor if they fired him. The crux of his case:…

  18. My Jim Zorn Moment

    Oct 27, 2008, 3:00 PM EDT

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    I nearly had the Jim Zorn moment that Ryan O’Halloran of the Times experienced after the Lions game. In case you haven’t seen it, go to about the 2:00 mark in this video. You’ll see Zorn get annoyed at a series of followup questions by O’Halloran, who was trying to find out about Zorn’s thinking…

  19. Redskins-Lions: After Further Review

    Oct 27, 2008, 1:03 PM EDT

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    I really liked the play calling on that first drive; Zorn’s script worked to near perfection. Play action to pass Moss, Portis up the middle, Portis off right end, sprinkle in a little Randle El, then the slip screen to Moss for a first and goal at the one. Then they missed connections on a…

  20. My Jim Zorn Moment

    Oct 27, 2008, 11:00 AM EDT

    I nearly had the Jim Zorn moment that Ryan O’Halloran of the Times experienced after the Lions game. In case you haven’t seen it, go to about the 2:00 mark in this video. You’ll see Zorn get annoyed at a series of followup questions by O’Halloran, who was trying to find out about Zorn’s thinking…

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