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  1. Ya know, I had a thought that maybe it's karma for the way the whole Scott thing was done. To me, this game was lost on the 4th & 2 punt. Jay had been calling an extremely aggressive game but instead of cooking up a 2 yard gain he opted to punt it. I think it was about 5 min left on the clock & I'm thinking "You're going to give Drew effing Brees 5 minutes to get a TD, 2 point conversion & an onside kick?"
  2. · The Washington Redskins fell to the New Orleans Saints in overtime, 34-31, in front of an announced crowd of 73,138 people at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday. · The game was the 43rd overtime contest in Redskins history and the team’s first overtime game since Week 8 of the 2016 season against the Cincinnati Bengals in London’s Wembley Stadium. · The Redskins are now 25-16-2 all-time in overtime games. · The Redskins scored a season-high 31 points, their highest total since a 41-point effort against the Chicago Bears in Week 16 of the 2016 season. · The Redskins have now scored 30 points in consecutive games for the first time since a three-game stretch in Weeks 15-17 of the 2015 season. · The Redskins have now scored at least 30 points in each of their last four games against the Saints dating back to 2009. · The Redskins recorded 456 total yards, the team’s second-highest total of the season, trailing only a 472-yard performance vs. Oakland in Week 3. · The yardage total gave Washington its third 400-yard game of the season and its first since a 419-yard game vs. San Francisco in Week 6. · The Redskins have now exceeded 375 yards of offense in back-to-back games for the second time this season and the first time since Weeks 2-3. · The teams combined for 991 total yards, the highest combined total in a game featuring the Redskins since Week 2 of the 2013 season at Green Bay (1,002). · The Redskins recorded exactly 300 net passing yards, reaching the 300-yard net passing mark in consecutive games for the first time since Weeks 11-12 of the 2016 season. · The Redskins rushed for 156 yards, the team’s second-highest total of the year behind a 229-yard rushing day against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 2. The 100-yard rushing game was the team’s fourth of the season. · The Redskins scored a touchdown in their 46th straight game, including postseason play, taking sole possession of the fourth-longest touchdown streak in team history. The current 46-game touchdown streak dating back to Week 15 of the 2014 season surpassed a 45-game streak across the 1982-85 seasons. · The Redskins entered the day with the fourth-longest active touchdown streak in the NFL. · The Redskins did not record a giveaway for the second time this season, joining a turnover-free effort against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 2. The Redskins are now 8-3 in games in which they’ve recorded zero turnovers since 2014. · The Redskins finished the game plus-one in turnover margin. The Redskins have now won the turnover margin in three consecutive games for the first time since Weeks 4-6 of the 2015 season. · Quarterback Kirk Cousins completed 22-of-32 passes for 322 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions for a passer rating of 132.6. · On his 12th completion of the day, Cousins surpassed Mark Rypien (1,244) for the fourth-most career completions in team history. · Cousins’ season-high-tying three touchdowns gave him 13 career games with three or more passing touchdowns, tying Mark Rypien for fourth-most by a Redskins quarterback in records dating back to 1950. Three of his 13 career three-touchdown games have come during the 2017 season. · Cousins added to his team record for career 300-yard passing games (24, including 23 in regular season play). · Cousins recorded his fifth 300-yard passing game of the season to tie Mark Rypien (1989), Jay Schroeder (1986) and Sonny Jurgensen (1967) for the third-most 300-yard passing games in a single season in Redskins history. Cousins already holds the top two spots for 300-yard games in a season with seven in each of the past two years. · Cousins has now thrown for 300 or more yards in back-to-back games for the second time this season and the first time since Weeks 6-7. · Cousins is now 42-of-57 (73.7 percent) for 646 yards with seven touchdowns and no interceptions for a passer rating of 150.3 in two career games against the Saints. · Cousins started his 42nd consecutive regular season game for the Redskins, passing Mark Rypien (41 from 1990-93) for the second-longest streak by a Redskins quarterback since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. He now trails only Joe Theismann (60 from 1980-84) for the longest streak in that time frame. · Running back Samaje Perine recorded career highs in rushing attempts (23) and rushing yards (117). The 100-yard rushing performance was the first of his career. · Perine recorded the first 100-yard rushing day by a Redskins running back since Rob Kelley in Week 11 of the 2016 season. · Perine’s yardage total surpassed his previous career high of 67 yards, set in Week 2 against the Rams. · Perine recorded the first rushing touchdown of his career on a one-yard run in the second quarter. It was his second total touchdown of the season, joining a receiving touchdown in Week 6 vs. San Francisco. · Perine recorded a career-long 30-yard run in the first quarter. It was the team’s second-longest run of the season trailing a 61-yard rush by Thompson in Week 2. · Running back Chris Thompson scored on a 16-yard touchdown pass from Cousins in the first quarter. · The touchdown reception was Thompson’s fourth of the season, adding to his single-season career high, and the ninth of his career. · With his fourth receiving touchdown of the season, Thompson became the first Redskins back to catch at least four touchdown passes in a season since fullback Mike Sellers (seven) in 2005. · Thompson, who exited the game with an injury, now has 510 receiving yards this season, 10th-most by a Redskins running back in a single season in franchise history. · Wide receiver Josh Doctson recorded a career-high 81 yards on four receptions. · Doctson recorded 67 yards in the first quarter, breaking his full-game career high (59) in that single frame alone. · Wide receiver Jamison Crowder led the Redskins with seven receptions for 72 yards. · Wide receiver Ryan Grant scored his third touchdown of the season on a 40-yard pass from Cousins in the third quarter. · Grant’s touchdown came in the same stadium in which he played collegiately for Tulane University. · The score was Grant’s third touchdown reception of the season, surpassing his previous single-season career high (two in 2015). · The 40-yard reception was a career-long for Grant. · The touchdown pass to Grant was the culmination of a 12-play, 94-yard drive. The 94-yard drive was the team’s longest scoring drive of the season and its longest since a 96-yard drive in Week 10 of the 2015 season, which was coincidentally the team’s most recent game against the Saints prior to Sunday. · Tight end Vernon Davis caught a 26-yard pass from Cousins on fourth-and-6 in the second quarter. It marked the second straight game in which the Redskins have recorded a pass of 25 or more yards for a fourth down conversion. · Davis later added a 36-yard reception in the fourth quarter. · Tight end Jeremy Sprinkle recorded a touchdown on his first career reception, a seven-yard pass from Cousins in the fourth quarter. · Sprinkle joined Doctson (Week 3 vs. Oakland) and Maurice Harris (Week 10 vs. Minnesota) as the third member of the Redskins to record a touchdown reception on their first reception of the 2017 season. · The Redskins had four different players record at least 50 receiving yards, including Doctson (81), Crowder (72), Davis (67) and Grant (59). The game marks the second time this season the Redskins have accomplished that feat (Week 3 vs. Oakland). · Safety D.J. Swearinger recorded an interception on the Saints’ first possession, picking off quarterback Drew Brees. · The interception was Swearinger’s third of the season, matching his single-season career high set in 2016. · Swearinger has now intercepted a pass in back-to-back games for the first time in his career. · Swearinger became the first member of the Redskins to record an interception in consecutive games since Bashaud Breeland in Weeks 5-6 of the 2015 season. · With Swearinger’s interception, the Redskins have now recorded a takeaway on their opponents’ opening drives four times this season, matching the 2015, 2010 and 2003 seasons for their most since 2000. · Swearinger’s interception ended a streak of 111 consecutive pass attempts without an interception by Brees. · The Redskins turned the interception into a 38-yard field goal by kicker Nick Rose on their opening possession. · The Redskins have now scored points on their opening possession eight times this season, tying the 2014 squad for the most opening-drive scores by the Redskins in a single season in records dating back to 1999. · The Redskins’ eight games this season with an opening-drive score are the most in the NFL. · Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan started his 106th consecutive regular season game, the longest active streak among active NFL linebackers. Kerrigan has not missed a start in his NFL career. · Kerrigan recorded his seventh sack of the season in the first quarter, pushing his career sack total to 65.5. · Defensive lineman Anthony Lanier II recorded the first sack of his career in the third quarter, dropping Brees for a four-yard loss. · Tight end Niles Paul recorded a first down on a five-yard run on a fake punt in the third quarter. It was the Redskins’ first successful fake punt since Week 3 of the 2016 season against the New York Giants when punter Tress Way completed a first-down pass to cornerback Quinton Dunbar. · The Redskins are now 17-9 against the Saints all-time, with all games coming in regular season play. · The Redskins are 9-4 all-time against the Saints in New Orleans.
  3. ANNOUNCEMENT OF INACTIVES NEW ORLEANS – The Washington Redskins have announced the following inactives and lineup changes for today’s game against the New Orleans Saints: The Redskins declared the following players as inactive: o No. 11 WR Terrelle Pryor Sr. o No. 47 CB Quinton Dunbar o No. 60 G Arie Kouandjio o No. 61 C Spencer Long o No. 67 DL Caraun Reid o No. 83 WR Brian Quick o No. 86 TE Jordan Reed No. 14 Ryan Grant is expected to start in place of Pryor at wide receiver. No. 73 Chase Roullier is expected to start in place of Long at center. No. 85 Vernon Davis is expected to start in place of Reed at tight end.
  4. ANNOUNCEMENT OF INACTIVES NEW ORLEANS – The Washington Redskins have announced the following inactives and lineup changes for today’s game against the New Orleans Saints: The Redskins declared the following players as inactive: o No. 11 WR Terrelle Pryor Sr. o No. 47 CB Quinton Dunbar o No. 60 G Arie Kouandjio o No. 61 C Spencer Long o No. 67 DL Caraun Reid o No. 83 WR Brian Quick o No. 86 TE Jordan Reed No. 14 Ryan Grant is expected to start in place of Pryor at wide receiver. No. 73 Chase Roullier is expected to start in place of Long at center. No. 85 Vernon Davis is expected to start in place of Reed at tight end.
  5. Greetings from the dome that's so Super it should wear a cape. Last time I was here, I was actually in the mist of a four day vacation, sitting in the Club Level in the End Zone watching a former #2 pick tease all of Redskins Nation with what could have been. I vividly remember sitting there a few minutes into the 3rd Quarter & you could hear a pin drop. There was a voice behind saying "I don't understand..." only to be answered by another voice saying "Why is this happening to us..." That was a Week 1 Opening Day game. Today, however it's a completely different team on both sides of the ball. And it's Week 11. The Saints lost their first two games only to have ripped off a seven game win streak since then. Are they due for another loss & that streak to end? Maybe. Will the Redskins be the ones to do it? Well....Here's the Injury Report from Friday: Three are already out, a fourth has joined the IR list, & 13 are Questionable. You have a backup Center ready to go. Trent Williams is still banged up with his knee issue & probably should have been put on IR a few weeks ago. Lauvao is had been limited all week with a stinger. Starting Center, Spencer Long is out with a knee. Pro Bowl Guard & former first round pick, Brandon Scherff has been limited all week with a knee issue that's been going on the last few weeks. Right Tackle Morgan Moses is the only starting OL that's actually been a full go at practice this week. That said, this team also went into Seattle with a patchwork OL, fought like hell & pulled off an upset. Can they do it again this week? We’ll find out in a few hours.
  6. Anyone going to the New Orleans game?

    They named a street for us.
  7. Anyone going to the New Orleans game?

    Two hour delayed flight trying to leave out to Hotlanta which ate up my two hour layover. So after being moved to a later flight I know have a 3 hour layover in ATL. Delta is seriously cutting into my hand grenade consumption. ****ers.
  8. November 17, 2017 Head Coach Jay Gruden On injuries: “Out will be Spencer Long, knees; Jordan Reed, hamstring; Terrelle Pryor, ankle. He will see a specialist on Monday. Questionable will be the rest of them. We added [Quinton] Dunbar to the list. He missed practice today with an illness and a stomach virus or something. But [Trent] Williams, [Zach] Brown, [Ryan] Grant, [DeAngelo] Hall, [Matt] Ioannidis, [Anthony] Lanier, [Shawn] Lauvao, [Montae] Nicholson, [Ty] Nsekhe, [Niles] Paul, [Brian] Quick, [Brandon] Scherff, [Quinton] Dunbar – all questionable.” On WR Terrelle Pryor Sr.: “He’s going to repeat and go see the specialist on Monday.” On if next week’s Thanksgiving game impacts decisions for injured players this week: “As far as to this game? It doesn’t play into it at all. We have to take care of this game first of all and then we will worry about Thursday [on] Thursday. Get as many guys as we can ready to play and the ones that can play and are able, we’ll play them.” On if T Trent Williams could be too sore to play both this Sunday and next Thursday: “That could be an issue, yes. But, like I said, we are going to try to get him ready for the Saints and then see how he feels for the Thursday game.” On if there is a certain position group that he is concerned about the most with injuries: “It’s always the offensive line right now, without a doubt. The question is if you dress seven or eight of them and that affects your 46-man deal. So we will have to figure that out and get a better gauge tomorrow morning and see how they are doing walking around and go from there.” On if Brian Quick and Ryan Grant still dealing with concussions and how that impacts the wide receiver group: “Yes, and now with Pryor being out, yes... Fortunately we have [Jamison] Crowder and we have Mo [Maurice Harris] and Josh [Doctson]. They are three healthy guys and then I’m hoping to get one or both for the game, Grant and Quick.” On how RB Byron Marshall has practiced this week and the plan for him on Sunday: “[He’s] very smart, very smart. He can also return kicks, which is a plus. We will see if we can get him in the game a little bit, but he picked it up quickly. Randy [Jordan] has done a great job with him.” On Marshall’s versatility and ability to split out wide: “Yeah, that’s what drew us to him, quite frankly. I think this day and age in pro football, you’ve got to have that versatility at running back. We have a good banger in Samaje [Perine] and Rob [Kelley] was that way also. Then to have Chris [Thompson] and another guy like him is a benefit. But he is 220 pounds, so I think he can do a little bit of both.”
  9. For Immediate Release November 17, 2017 REDSKINS NAME S DEANGELO HALL AS TEAM’S ED BLOCK COURAGE AWARD RECIPIENT LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have named safety DeAngelo Hall the winner of the team’s 2017 Ed Block Courage Award. The honor is given annually to a player from each National Football League team who displays extraordinary courage in the face of adversity. Hall missed multiple games in each of the last three seasons – including the majority of the 2014 and 2016 campaigns – while fighting Achilles, toe and knee injuries. His 2014 season ended prematurely after three games after he suffered a ruptured left Achilles tendon, and last season, he was limited to three games after suffering a torn ACL in his right knee. The Redskins activated Hall from their Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list on Nov. 3, as the 14th-year NFL veteran returned to action in the team’s 17-14 win against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 9. “DeAngelo has been remarkably resilient through a number of tough injuries,” Redskins Head Athletic Trainer Larry Hess said. “Throughout various rehabilitation processes in the last few years, he has been a true professional as exemplified by his commitment, his hard work and his dedication to return to the playing field with his teammates.” Hall, who will turn 34 during Sunday’s contest against the New Orleans Saints, has appeared in 103 career regular season games with the Redskins since joining the team in 2008. He is one of nine defensive backs in team history to appear in 100 career regular season games with the Redskins, and he is currently the longest-tenured player on the team’s roster. The Courage Award is named after Ed Block, the longtime head athletic trainer of the Baltimore Colts who was a pioneer in his profession and a respected humanitarian. The inaugural Ed Block Courage Award was presented in 1978 to Baltimore Colts defensive end Joe Ehrmann. Following the Colts’ departure from Baltimore in 1984, the scope of the award expanded to include one player from every team in the NFL. REDSKINS ED BLOCK COURAGE AWARD WINNERS 2017 DeAngelo Hall 2016 Niles Paul 2015 Morgan Moses 2014 Keenan Robinson 2013 Robert Griffin III 2012 Kory Lichtensteiger 2011 Stephen Bowen 2010 Ma’ake Kemoeatu 2009 Phillip Daniels 2008 Reed Doughty 2007 Marcus Washington 2006 Randy Thomas 2005 Khary Campbell 2004 Brandon Noble 2003 Fred Smoot 2002 Chris Samuels 2001 Cory Raymer 2000 James Thrash 1999 Tre’ Johnson 1998 Darrell Green 1997 James Jenkins 1996 Ed Simmons 1995 Keith Taylor 1994 Mark Schlereth 1993 Art Monk 1992 Anthony Johnson 1991 Donnie Warren 1990 Joe Jacoby 1989 Neil Olkewicz 1988 Doug Williams 1987 Mel Kaufman 1986 Darryl Grant 1985 Ken Huff 1984 Mark May -REDSKINS-
  10. The Official "Marvel" Thread (Movies,Comics etc)

    Punisher hit Netflix today. Unfortunately it's not downloadable so now I'm going to have to find something else to watch on the flight to NOLA tomorrow.
  11. Anyone going to the New Orleans game?

    One thing about Johnny White's. I recommend getting there a few hours early. It's a small, long hallway of a building. It fills up FAST. Last time we had a Rally down there, it spilled out into the street & a lot of us couldn't get in as they had already exceeded the fire code limit. It's near the end of the "fun" part of Bourbon Street.
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