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    Every day I'm hustlin, hustlin, hustlin.'

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  1. For Immediate Release February 8, 2019 REDSKINS NAME TIM RATTAY AS QUARTERBACKS COACH LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have named Tim Rattay as quarterbacks coach. Rattay had an eight-year career as a quarterback in the NFL and held coaching positions in the United Football League with the Las Vegas Locomotives and most recently with Louisiana Tech, first as a receivers coach from 2013-15 before being promoted to quarterbacks coach from 2015-18. In Rattay’s six seasons at Louisiana Tech, the team went 46-33, won two Conference USA West Division titles and was a perfect 5-0 in bowl games. In 2015, Rattay worked with current Bengals quarterback Jeff Driskel who finished the 2015 season with 281 completions for 4,033 yards, 27 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Driskel finished with the eighth most completions in a single season, the fourth most passing yards in a single season and the ninth most passing touchdowns in a single season in school history. In 2016, Rattay was instrumental in Ryan Higgins’ record breaking campaign. Higgins finished the season with 329 completions for 4,617 yards, 41 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Higgins finished second in passing yards and passing touchdowns in a single season in school history, trailing only Rattay who still holds the single season records in both categories from the 1998 season. During his two-year tenure as the wide receivers coach for the Las Vegas Locomotives, the team went 7-1 with their only loss coming against the Virginia Destroyers in the 2011 UFL Championship game. Rattay was selected in the seventh round (212thoverall) of the 2000 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers and spent six seasons with the team. He finished his NFL career with stops in Tampa Bay in 2006, Tennessee in 2007 and Arizona in 2007. Rattay appeared in 40 games in his career with 18 starts and finished 432-of-714 passing for 4,853 yards with 31 touchdowns and 23 interceptions. While playing quarterback for Tampa Bay in 2006, Rattay spent time with current Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden who was an offensive assistant on that staff under his brother, Jon. Rattay was also teammates with current Redskins wide receivers coach Ike Hilliard who played receiver for the Buccaneers from 2005-08. RATTAY FOOTBALL TIMELINE 1996: Quarterback, Scottsdale Community College 1997-99: Quarterback, Louisiana Tech 200-05: Quarterback, San Francisco 49ers 2006: Quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2007: Quarterback, Tennessee Titans 2007: Quarterback, Arizona Cardinals 2009-10: Quarterback, Las Vegas Locomotives 2011-12: Wide Receivers Coach, Las Vegas Locomotives 2013-15: Wide Receivers Coach, Louisiana Tech 2015-18: Quarterbacks Coach, Louisiana Tech 2019: Quarterbacks Coach, Washington Redskins

    Please reinstate me in the Tailgate Section of the forums. The 2018-2019 NFL Season is now over,

    and therefore so is my suspension. Thanks. 

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    2017 Redskins Season In Review
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  5. TK

    Gameday Thread

    Pour McVay...
  6. TK

    Gameday Thread

    Yeah plenty of time for Brady to score at two more times
  7. TK

    Gameday Thread

    Damn. Giants can't even beat a girls pop warner team
  8. TK

    Gameday Thread

  9. TK

    Gameday Thread

    Watch this go to OT tied at 3.
  10. TK

    Gameday Thread

    Neither one is actually beer.
  11. TK

    **** the Cowboys

  12. For Immediate Release January 30, 2019 REDSKINS NAME ROB RYAN AS INSIDE LINEBACKERS COACH LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have named Rob Ryan as inside linebackers coach. Ryan is entering his 20th NFL season after spending the 2016 season as the Buffalo Bills assistant head coach/defense. Prior to joining Buffalo, Ryan held defensive coordinator roles with the New Orleans Saints (2013-15), Dallas Cowboys (2011-12), Cleveland Browns (2009-10) and Oakland Raiders (2004-08). Ryan led a defensive unit in New Orleans that ranked No. 4 in the league in points-per-game and No. 2 in the league in passing defense in 2013. In the 2013 postseason, the Saints defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs and entered the game with the league’s No. 2 ranked offense. During his two-year tenure as the Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator, Ryan worked with OLB Demarcus Ware who posted 10-plus sack seasons in both seasons. Ware finished No. 2 in the league in sacks in 2011 with 19.5, the second most in a single season in his 12-year NFL career. Ryan spent the 2009-10 seasons as the defensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns. His unit ranked No. 13 in the league in points allowed in 2010. Ryan was also instrumental in the development of rookie CB Joe Haden who posted six interceptions and finished tied for the fifth most in the league that season. Ryan got his first defensive coordinator position in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders and held the role for five seasons from 2004-08. In 2006, his defense finished the season No. 3 in yards-per-game. He worked with CB Nnamdi Asomugha who posted eight interceptions in 2006 and finished tied for third in the league that season. During his tenure with Oakland, he also worked with DE Derrick Burgess who posted 10-plus sack seasons in 2005-06 and led the league in sacks in 2005 with 16.0. Prior to joining the Raiders, Ryan served as the linebacker’s coach with the New England Patriots from 2000-03. Ryan was part of a defense in 2003 that ranked No. 1 in the league in points allowed and No. 7 in total defense. During Ryan’s four years in New England, the team captured two Super Bowls, defeating the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI and defeating the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl XXXVIII. Ryan got his start in the NFL coaching under his father, Buddy Ryan, as the defensive backs coach with the Arizona Cardinals from 1994-95. He was the position coach for Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams who registered 15 interceptions during the two seasons under Ryan. Williams’ nine interceptions in 1994 were tied for first in the NFL that season. RYAN FOOTBALL TIMELINE 1987: Defensive Assistant, Western Kentucky 1988: Outside Linebackers Coach, Ohio State 1989-93: Running Backs Coach, Linebackers Coach & Defensive Line Coach, Tennessee State 1994-95: Defensive Backs Coach, Arizona Cardinals 1996: Defensive Coordinator, Hutchinson Community College 1997-99: Defensive Coordinator, Oklahoma State 2000-03: Linebackers Coach, New England Patriots 2004-08: Defensive Coordinator, Oakland Raiders 2009-10: Defensive Coordinator, Cleveland Browns 2011-12: Defensive Coordinator, Dallas Cowboys 2013-15: Defensive Coordinator, New Orleans Saints 2016: Assistant Head Coach/Defense, Buffalo Bills 2019: Inside Linebackers Coach, Washington Redskins
  13. For Immediate Release January 29, 2019 REDSKINS ANNOUNCE CHANGES TO COACHING STAFF LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that Passing Game Coordinator Kevin O’Connell has been promoted to Offensive Coordinator. O’Connell has spent the past two seasons as the Quarterbacks Coach in 2017 and the Passing Game Coordinator in 2018 for the Redskins. In a corresponding move, Matt Cavanaugh will now be the Club’s Senior Offensive Assistant. Cavanaugh has spent the last four seasons with Washington and the past two seasons as the Offensive Coordinator. The team also announced that Defensive Line Coach Jim Tomsula will be returning for his third season with the team in the same role. The moves today along with the additions of Special Teams Coordinator Nate Kaczor, Defensive Backs Coach Ray Horton and Tight Ends Coach Brian Angelichio announced last week round out recent changes to the Redskins coaching staff.
  14. TK

    Am I Dreaming?????

    For you, yes. You had ALREADY posted in the existing BA thread so you knew it existed. And you started off with “I didn’t want to start a new thread”. You cant make this ish up. You need to read up on the Rules you agreed to when you registered you duplicate account here. Which ones did you ask?