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  1. TK

    Who’s Worse?

    Maybe Tailgate just isn’t the place for you. And we’re ok with that.
  2. Hopeful News on Redskins Legend Dexter Manley Chris Russell an hour ago There's hopeful news for a huge member of the Redskins championship legacy, Dexter Manley. An initial report from former teammate Daryl Grant said that Manley was in poor health after contracting COVID-19. On Saturday afternoon, the news was more positive: My pal, Ben Standig, of the Athletic first had the report that Manley was doing better. Manley, a two-time Super Bowl Champion with the Redskins had 91.0 career sacks, which is still the franchise lead, set in 125 games. Ryan Kerrigan is one sack away from tying Manley but has played 140 games.
  3. Redskins' Cody Latimer arrested on five charges in Colorado, including illegal discharge of a firearm Latimer signed with the Redskins just last month by Jordan Dajani @JordanDajani Early Saturday morning, Washington Redskins wide receiver Cody Latimer was arrested on several charges in Douglas County, Colorado. According to the Douglas County Sheriff, Latimer was booked on assault in the second degree, menacing, illegal discharge of a firearm, prohibited use of a weapon and reckless endangerment. He is being held on a $25,000 bond. According to the report, around 12:11 a.m. deputies were called to an apartment complex due to a report of shots being fired inside of a unit. Those who made the call to the police reported that they heard arguing and what they believed to be gunshots inside of an apartment. When the responding officers arrived, they found three individuals who were all detained. One person had minor injuries, which were not related to a gunshot. The Douglas County Sheriff says this is still "an open and very active" investigation and no other information will be released at this time. Shortly after the arrest became public, John Keim of ESPN released an official statement from the Redskins: Latimer was originally drafted by the Denver Broncos in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft. He signed with the New York Giants in 2018 and spent two seasons there before signing with the Redskins last month. In 66 career games, Latimer has caught 70 passes for 935 yards and six touchdowns. He's coming off a career season with the Giants, where he recorded 24 receptions for 300 yards and two touchdowns in 15 games. Latimer was the only wideout the Redskins picked up in free agency, but they did select Antonio Gandy-Golden and hybrid offensive weapon Antonio Gibson in the 2020 NFL Draft.
  5. If you want to hear what's like without crowd noise go watch SmackDown Friday night. It's cool for a few minutes as you get to actually hear the action, but then it gets kinda painful with the crowd & just an announce team. That said, AEW has done a better job by making "sidelines". They'll have 5 babyfaces on one side of the ring & five heels on the other side. It's a lot more entertaining to watch especially when the heels are waving handfuls of cash around making bets on the matches.
  6. Joe Buck: Fox planning to pump in crowd noise, digitize fans for NFL broadcasts With talk of a return to sports ramping up, fans are wondering what games without fans will look like on TV. Fox play-by-play announcer Joe Buck provided a glimpse on Wednesday. Speaking with Sirius XM’s Andy Cohen, Buck said that plans are already in place for the network’s anticipated NFL broadcasts. Fox is planning to do its best to simulate a normal atmosphere by pumping in crowd noise and placing digital fans in the stands of empty NFL stadiums. Buck has a point. That’s going to turn into a high-pressure gig only a yellow-line operator could appreciate. Fox is not afraid to gamble For better or for worse — mostly better — Fox has been on the cutting edge of broadcast enhancement since it got into the sports broadcast business in the 1990s. The Fox Box introduced in 1994 paved the way for the score bugs that have become ubiquitous in sports broadcasts. Imagine watching a game without having constant access to the score and game clock. That was the standard for NFL broadcasts before 1994. Fox also introduced the widely mocked glowing pucks for NHL broadcasts in the 1990s, with the intention of making the puck easier to follow for casual fans. That idea failed, but it’s tough to knock the network for innovating. Assuming the season starts, empty stadiums will provide an entirely new challenge for networks this fall. Whether fans at home will be receptive to fake counterparts in the stands on their broadcasts is yet to be seen.
  7. May 13, 2020 TE Thaddeus Moss On how he embraces the Moss name: “Well, I mean I embrace it a lot. You know, my dad [former NFL WR Randy Moss] only has two sons, so there’s only two of us that can carry on the last name. I’ve always had a target on my back, my whole life growing up. So I’ve kind of just grown accustomed to it and you know, you kind of use it as fuel, and look forward to it.” On how his last name could help him in the NFL: “To answer the question no, there’s nothing additional that it can do for me. Which is exactly how I would have it anyways. I wouldn’t want my last name to do anything for me, I would rather work for everything for me, and not be given anything. Just still what he’s [Father, Randy Moss] done for me up to this point, still there in my corner, giving me advice on whatever it is. You know, he has a few things to school me up on, now that I’m in the NFL and there’s still a learning curve for me. Just being in my corner and you know, being there for support and advice.” On why he chose Washington: “Well Washington was the first team that contacted me. So they were the first team that contacted me and that was what I was going to stick with. Disappointed in being undrafted, absolutely. It was kind of a slap in the face to me. As soon as the draft was over, they [Washington Redskins] were the first ones to contact me.” On his foot injury: “Where I’m at with the rehab, so first I went and had the best doctor in sports do a surgery, so I feel really good about the surgery, I’ve felt really good about the surgery. Rehab is going great. You know, I’m ahead of schedule. I mean everything is going great with it. I will be ready to go when hopefully we start up and get going football wise, I’ll be ready to go. I went to Green Bay and had Doctor Anderson do it. As soon as I could after this draft, I didn’t really have time, so the following week after the draft I went and had Doctor Anderson do it.” On working with T Saahdiq Charles: “Man absolutely. It was great when I found out that Washington contacted me and they also drafted him. We’re not only teammates, but that’s one of my best friends off the field. One of my best friends off the field. So it’s a blessing to still be on the same team, still be teammates, be chasing our dreams and everything together. Have I been able to talk to him absolutely. I talk to him almost every day. On top of that, not only us being teammates and being best friends, we also play next to each other. It’s not like he’s the quarterback and I’m the receiver. With him being the left tackle, we have such a good chemistry with us being best friends and having so many reps and stuff next to each other.” On T Saahdiq Charles: “I mean he’s a reliable teammate, he’s a great teammate first. A dependable teammate. I could always rely on him to get the job done, always rely on him to always have the answers and give it his all. As a teammate that’s really all I could ask for is, having a teammate that knows what he’s doing, and giving it all he’s got. You know, but he’s a baller, he’s going to do great here in his first year at Washington. I’m looking forward to seeing how he plays.” On not being drafted: “Well, I mean, first it’s a blessing to be here. I thank God and the Redskins for this opportunity. Ultimately all I could ask for was an opportunity. It was definitely a slap in the face, I put a lot of work in. Years of football, we went undefeated, I won a National Championship. I played my best ball in our biggest game. So I definitely felt like it was a slap in the face not getting drafted, having picked kickers and punters, and special teams. Just seeing guys getting picked over me, I definitely felt a type of way about it. But, it’s no difference. I’ve always had to prove myself my whole life. Having the last name that I have I’ve always had to prove everybody wrong, or just prove myself right my whole life and this is no difference.” On how he plans on proving teams wrong for not drafting him: “I mean first off, I’m not going about this trying to prove teams wrong. Just proving myself right. I’m not going out there with a vengeance, trying to prove people wrong. I’m just trying to go out there and be the best football player that I can be, be the best teammate that I can be, you know, and like I said just prove myself right. Of course, I’m still a rookie. So getting in there and adjusting to the learning curve and learning the offense, and doing what it takes, doing the little things that a rookie has to do, and earning my keep on the team and just from there, just playing football, and everything will take care of itself.” On what he has learned in virtual rookie minicamps: “Well absolutely it’s been different. Having online meetings has been something that I think every team is having to deal with and get accustomed to. It’s just different. It’s just a whole lot different learning football. This is the first time I’ve had football meetings, not in person. So it’s definitely different. It’s a different type of learning, it’s a different type of learning and kind of a different kind of studying just with it being over Facetime, over these virtual meetings.” On dealing with learning virtually: “Well for me, I’ve had to change just the way I’m learning this playbook just from going from college to the NFL, it’s a whole lot more information. It’s still essentially the same information, it’s just a lot more. Just a learning curve, learning how to learn and learning how to study differently going from college to the NFL. I took about, I think around my phone right now as I’m looking I have about 25 pages right here with all notes on, you know I wasn’t a big writer in college so that’s one thing that has definitely changed since I’ve gotten to the NFL, my notetaking. I write, I’m a writer, I don’t like typing. So I write on pieces of paper and just keep them all around me.” On how the Redskins approached him after the draft: “Well, like I said they were the first team, as soon as the draft ended they were the first team to contact my agent. They just contacted my agent, my agent contacted me, and it was like, we have three teams right here and they called first, they called second, they called third and these three teams are interested. I just went with the team that wanted me first.” On how he will prove himself while not being able to go to camp in person: “They’ll know it when the time comes. Whenever that day is, when we put pads on, on day one they’ll know that. I already feel like with the season that we had last year, we being LSU, and the season that I had last year, everybody has a good idea of what I can do and what I am capable of. Once I get healthy, get back out there on the football field and put them pads on, everybody will be able to see what I can do.” On being able to establish his own legacy in the NFL: “That’s definitely the approach that I’m taking to this. I’m not taking the approach that I’m trying to make teams feel me for going undrafted. It’s not the approach that I’m taking. That’s going to come with me just playing football, just playing football. That’s what I told my dad, after the draft we were sitting there, well actually during the draft we were sitting there, you know I kind of had a good idea of how things were going to unfold. I was still holding on hope and hoping things would turn out differently. He was kind of sitting there, not really knowing what to say to me, and I went ahead and just told him, like look, this is no different from what I’ve had to do my whole life. The last name Moss, people have always had their eyes on me and always doubted me and always wanted to see what I can do, and always had expectations. This is no different. Being an undrafted free agent, I don’t really have a lot of expectations, so going in there and playing football. You know, having to really get out the mud and work for everything. That’s what I’ve been having to do my whole life and that’s one thing that people don’t understand, and that people get misconfigured is me having the last name that I have, a lot of people think that I was handed a lot of things or that I was given a lot of things but that’s actually the opposite. People always ask me with the last name, what are some pros and cons, that’s definitely a con to it. But absolutely I’m looking forward to the opportunity to work for everything. Whatever my NFL career is, whether that be one year, two, three, four, five to ten, you’re going to have to respect it, because I worked for everything. I wasn’t given anything.” On the other teams that were interested in him: “Cincinnati [Bengals] and New England [Patriots].” On conversing with RB Adrian Peterson: “I haven’t had any conversations with anybody on the team, actually I have some former teammates that I used to play with I think three or four that’s on this team that I’ve been able to contact and just stayed in contact with. I reached out to [QB] Dwayne Haskins, just wanted to introduce myself and just say hey, but other than that, I haven’t been able to speak to anybody. But you know, with Adrian Peterson with him having played with my dad, I mean I’m not going to go up and introduce myself to him, that’s just not what type of guy I am. That’s just not me.” On his relationship with LSU Coach John Decoster: “Well they’re getting a young coach, they’re getting a hell of a coach first off. They’re getting a young coach, a real active coach, he can relate to his players really good, he’s a real player’s coach. He’s been around some good football minds, he’s been at LSU for the past however many years. He’s a hell of a recruiter, recruited the number one tight end in the, I think ever, coming out of high school. And he was able to recruit him and get him, the two tight ends that he’s had, one got drafted and the other broke the records, the tight end records at the school. So I think that right there speaks a lot about him as a coach. I mean I can’t say enough good things about him. I love Coach Decoster. When I got to LSU, he was the first guy that I talked to. When I actually got on campus, I sat down with him at the time, he was the GA, not knowing that he would be my position coach three years later.” On what identity he wants to build in the league: “Just my own identity. I’m tired of people, I mean, I don’t get tired of the questions, I’m not going to get tired of that I’m just tired of the comparisons. I think I finally have reached that point where I am tired of the comparisons. You know everybody keeps mentioning my father, mentioning his last name but, just the identity that I want to make is my own identity. I look forward to getting out there and making a name for myself. You know and, just working for everything.” On the biggest piece of advice he’s gotten from his father: “I mean, to be honest, he really doesn’t give advice unless I ask him. He’s not one of those parents that’s just always in my ear. You know, he knows that I know that if I need him or I need advice I’m going to go to him and ask him. The critique I get on television is not going to be worse than the critique I got from him being in the house or being in the car together. He was the defensive coordinator of my high school team my junior year of high school. So we would ride, after practices or after games, we would ride home together. You know and I would hear it from him. He could only say so much, so on TV I’m not worried about that.”
  8. TK

    Who’s Worse?

    This poll stems from a conversation with @Jumbo so blame him. Also- We couldn’t decide on a clear cut winning loser.
  9. For Immediate Release May 9, 2020 REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVE LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have made the following roster moves: The Redskins signed the following player: G Mike Liedtke
  10. If you ever get caught up on everything, check out Hollywood on Netflix. It's only 7 episodes, so it'll ony take you six months to watch it all.
  11. Keep the Tailgatish moments in the Tailgate. And for those of you still quoting pics, go edit that out. Thanks in advance.
  12. For Immediate Release May 7, 2020 WASHINGTON REDSKINS ANNOUNCE 2020 SCHEDULE LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The National Football League announced its 2020 regular season schedule tonight, and the highlight of the Washington Redskins’ 2020 regular season will be the team’s appearance on Thanksgiving Day in Dallas. The Redskins will open the season at home when the team begins NFC East play versus the Philadelphia Eagles at 1 p.m. on Sept. 13 on FOX. The Redskins will then be on the road for back-to-back games, first against the Arizona Cardinals on Sept. 20 on FOX. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:05 p.m. The Redskins will then travel to face the Cleveland Browns to close out a two-game road stand on Sept. 27 at 1:00 p.m. on FOX. The Redskins will play four consecutive 1 p.m. games in Weeks 4-7, starting at home against the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 4 on CBS. The Redskins will then host the Los Angeles Rams on Oct.11 on FOX. The Redskins will travel for the team’s first divisional road game against the New York Giants for an Oct. 18 match-up before returning to FedExField to host another divisional rival the Dallas Cowboys on Oct 25. Both games will air on FOX. After a Week 8 bye, the Redskins will open at home against the New York Giants on Nov. 8 at 1:00 p.m. The Redskins will travel to face the Detroit Lions on Nov. 15 at 1:00 p.m. Both games will air on FOX. The Redskins will return to FedExField to host the Cincinnati Bengals on Nov. 22 at 1:00 p.m. on CBS. In Week 12, the Thanksgiving Day spotlight will once again shine on the Redskins as the team travels to face the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 26 at 4:30 p.m. on FOX. The Redskins will continue this three-game road stand traveling next to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 6 at 1:00 p.m. and closing at the San Francisco 49ers on Dec. 13 at 4:25 p.m. Both games will air on FOX. The Redskins will play three consecutive 1 p.m. games in Weeks 15-17, beginning with consecutive home games hosting the Seattle Seahawks on Dec. 20 on FOX and the Carolina Panthers on Dec. 27 on CBS. The Redskins will be closing the regular season on the road at the Philadelphia Eagles on Jan. 3 on FOX. For Redskins season, group or individual game ticket information, or call or text (301) 276-6800. For the best options and safest way to secure tickets, Redskins fans should purchase from official sources including, the Redskins box office or Ticketmaster, the official ticketing partner of the NFL and the Washington Redskins. A select number of games across the league, including the Redskins’ Week 16 contest versus the Panthers, will be “cross-flexed,” moving between CBS and FOX. “Flexible scheduling” will be used in Weeks 5-17. Additionally, in Weeks 5-10, flexible scheduling may be used in no more than two weeks. In Weeks 5-16, the schedule lists the games tentatively set for Sunday Night Football on NBC. Only Sunday afternoon games are eligible to be moved to Sunday night, in which case the tentatively scheduled Sunday night game would be moved to an afternoon start time. A flexible scheduling move would be announced at least 12 days before the game. For Week 17, the Sunday night game will be announced no later than six days prior to Jan. 3. The schedule does not list a Sunday night game in Week 17, but an afternoon game with playoff implications will be moved to that time slot. Flexible scheduling ensures quality matchups in all Sunday time slots in those weeks and gives “surprise” teams a chance to play their way into prime time. Flexible scheduling will not be applied to games airing on Thursday or Monday nights. NOTES ON THE REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE Week 1: vs. Philadelphia Eagles The Redskins will open the season at home for the first time since hosting the Eagles in the season opener in 2017. The Redskins will open the season against the same opponent in consecutive seasons for the first time since facing the New York Giants in back-to-back season openers in 2008-09. The Redskins will be seeking a win to give them their first win in season openers since a 24-6 victory at the Arizona Cardinals in 2018. The club is looking for their first win in a home opener since defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars 41-10 in 2014. The Redskins are 41-43-4 all-time in season openers, including a 25-25 record in openers since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. The opener against the Eagles marks the fourth-straight season the Redskins have opened against NFC competition since opening against the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints and Eagles in Week 1 of the 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 seasons respectively. The game will mark the 31sh time the Redskins have opened a season against a division opponent, dating back to the Boston Redskins’ season opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates in an NFL Eastern Division clash on Sept. 13, 1936. Including postseason play, the Redskins are 86-79-5 all-time against the Eagles, including season series sweeps in 2015 and 2016. The Redskins’ 86 all-time wins against the Eagles are their most against any opponent. The Redskins are 44-38-3 all-time in home games against the Eagles and the club is 2-3 in home openers against Philadelphia since 1940. Week 2: at Arizona Cardinals The Redskins and Cardinals have faced one another 125 times. It represents the Redskins’ third-most games played against any opponent and the most against an opponent in which the series does not include a postseason game. The Redskins are 77-46-2 all-time against the Cardinals. The Redskins’ 77 wins against the Cardinals are the team’s second most against any opponent. The Redskins have won 12 of their last 15 games against the Cardinals dating back to 1999, including 10 of the last 12 contests. The Redskins defeated the Cardinals, 24-6, in Week 1 of the 2018 season. The Redskins are 28-26-2 all-time in road games against the Cardinals, including a 7-4-1 record against the franchise in Chicago (1932-59), a 13-12-1 record against the franchise in St. Louis (1960-87), and a 8-10 record against the franchise in Arizona (1988-present). The Redskins are 3-1 in their last four road openers dating back to 2016. The game will be the first of a back-to-back road swing that will end in Week 3 at Cleveland. Week 3: at Cleveland Browns Despite a 12-33-1 all-time record against the Browns, the Redskins have earned victories in seven of the teams’ last nine meetings dating back to 1975. The Redskins won each of the teams’ last three meetings (2008, 2012 and 2016). Washington is seeking its first four-game winning streak against Cleveland in franchise history. The Redskins are 3-1 against Cleveland since the Browns’ return to the NFL in 1999. Week 4: vs. Baltimore Ravens The Redskins will face the Browns and Ravens in consecutive games again in 2020 after Washington swept Baltimore and Cleveland in back-to-back weeks in 2012 and 2016. (the most recent seasons in which the Redskins faced AFC North opponents). The Redskins will attempt to grow their all-time series lead with the Ravens to 5-3. The game will be the teams’ first meeting since 2016, when the Redskins defeated the Ravens, 16-10. The game will be only the fifth regular season contest between the Redskins and Ravens in Washington all-time. The Redskins are seeking to improve to 3-2 all-time against the Ravens in D.C. Week 5: vs. Los Angeles Rams Including postseason play, the Redskins are 26-13-1 all-time against the Rams dating back to the Redskins’ 16-7 win against the Cleveland Rams during Washington’s 1937 championship season. The game will represent the teams’ 11thmeeting in the last 15 seasons. This will be the Redskins’ second game against the Rams since they relocated back to the Los Angeles area. The club won the only previous meeting in 2017, 27-20. The game will be the Redskins’ second against former offensive coordinator Sean McVay, who spent seven seasons in various capacities with the Redskins from 2010-16. It will also be their first game against former offensive coordinator, Kevin O’Connell, who spent the 2017-19 seasons in a variety of offensive coaching positions. Week 6: at New York Giants The Redskins and Giants enter the 2020 season having previously played one another 176 times. The Giants are the Redskins’ most-common opponent. The Redskins will look to secure their 70th all-time win against the Giants, their third-most against any opponent in franchise history. The Redskins will attempt to win their third road game against the Giants in a span of five years. It would mark the team’s first time accomplishing the feat since winning four winning three in five games against the Giants from 1999-2003. The first victory in Washington Redskins franchise history was secured in a home contest against the New York Giants when the then-Boston Braves defeated the Giants, 14-6, at Braves Field on Oct. 9, 1932. The Redskins’ first road victory against the Giants came on December 6, 1936, when the then-Boston Redskins defeated the New York Giants, 14-0. Week 7: vs. Dallas Cowboys The Redskins will face the Cowboys in Week 7 of the 2020 regular season. The Redskins and Cowboys have played each other 120 times dating back to 1960. The Redskins are 73-45-2 in those matchups. The Redskins are seeking their first win against the Cowboys since defeating the club on October 21, 2018. It was also the last time the Redskins defeated the Cowboys at home. The Redskins will attempt to push their all-time home record against the Cowboys to 31-30 including postseason play, dating back to the teams’ first meeting at Griffith Stadium on Oct. 9, 1960. Week 8: BYE The Redskins will take their bye during Week 8 of the NFL season. It is the first time since 2015-16 the club will have a Bye during the eighth week of the season. Week 9: vs. New York Giants The Redskins and Giants enter the 2020 season having previously played one another 176 times. The Giants are the Redskins’ most-common opponent. The Redskins will look to secure their 70th all-time win against the Giants, their third-most against any opponent in franchise history. The Redskins will attempt to win their first home game against the Giants since November 23, 2017. The Redskins will aim to pick up their 40th home win against the New York Giants all-time. The first victory in Washington Redskins franchise history was secured in a home contest against the New York Giants when the then-Boston Braves defeated the Giants, 14-6, at Braves Field on Oct. 9, 1932. Week 10: at Detroit Lions The Redskins are 31-14 all-time against the Lions, including postseason play. With a victory, the Redskins can mark the second-consecutive win against the Lions, winning two-straight matchups for the first time since 2007-08 and 2008-09. The club is in search of their 10th road victory against the Lions. The Redskins are seeking their first win at Detroit since 2008. Week 11: vs. Cincinnati Bengals A victory would even the Redskins’ all-time record against the Bengals at 5-5-1. The Redskins are seeking their first victory against the Bengals since 1991 and their first home victory against the club since 1985. This matchup will feature the first two picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, Cincinnati’s QB Joe Burrow and Washington’s DE Chase Young. Week 12: at Dallas Cowboys The Redskins will play on Thanksgiving for a fourth time in five seasons. The game will be the Redskins’ 12thThanksgiving Day contest all-time and their 10th such game against the Cowboys. A win would be the Redskins’ fourth all-time victory on Thanksgiving, including wins against the Lions in 1973, Cowboys in 2012 and Giants in 2017. The Redskins and Cowboys last met on Thanksgiving in 2018. The Redskins will look to pick up their seventh win on a Thursday in franchise history. The Redskins will attempt to snap a three-game road losing streak against the Cowboys and earn their first victory at AT&T Stadium since a 34-23 victory on Jan. 3, 2016. Week 13: at Pittsburgh Steelers The Redskins are 42-33-3 all-time against the Steelers, including a 22-20-0 record on the road. The Redskins will attempt to snap a current six-game losing streak against the Steelers and earn their first victory against Pittsburgh since 1991. Week 14: at San Francisco 49ers The Redskins will attempt to win their 12th game all-time against the 49ers and the first since defeating the club in 2017. A win would even the Redskins’ all-time home record against the 49ers at 10-9, including postseason play. The Redskins are looking to win their first game in San Francisco since December 12, 2004. Week 15: vs. Seattle Seahawks The Redskins are 12-8 all-time against the Seahawks, including an 12-5 advantage in regular season play. The Redskins are 7-1 against Seattle in regular season games since 2000. The Redskins will attempt to win back-to-back games against the Seahawks for the first time since 2008 and 2011. The game will be the teams’ first meeting at FedexField since 2014. The club holds a 5-5 all-time record against Seattle at home. Each of the last five meetings between the Redskins and Seahawks has been decided by 10 or fewer points. Week 16: vs. Carolina Panthers The Redskins are 9-6 all-time against the Panthers, including a 6-2 series record at home. The Redskins will aim to defeat the Panthers in three-consecutive games for the first time since they won the first six meetings between the two teams from 1995-2001. The matchup will be highlighted by Redskins’ Head Coach Ron Rivera facing his former team and coaching against every NFL team. Week 17: at Philadelphia Eagles The Redskins will attempt to snap a three-game road losing streak against the Eagles and earn their first victory at Lincoln Financial Field since a 27-22 win on Dec. 11, 2016. The Redskins are 42-42-2 all-time against the Eagles in Philadelphia, including a victory in the NFC Wild Card Round on Jan. 5, 1991. The Redskins’ 42 road wins against the Eagles are their most against any opponent. Including postseason play, the Redskins are 86-79-5 all-time against the Eagles, including season series sweeps in 2015 and 2016. The Redskins will finish the season against a divisional opponent for the fifth-consecutive season. Games on Grass: 13 (vs. Philadelphia, at Arizona, at Cleveland, vs. Baltimore, vs. Los Angeles Rams, vs. Dallas, vs. New York Giants, vs. Cincinnati, at Pittsburgh, at San Francisco, vs. Seattle, vs. Carolina, at Philadelphia) Games on Turf: 3 (at New York Giants, at Detroit, at Dallas) Games Outdoors: 13 (vs. Philadelphia, at Cleveland, vs. Baltimore, vs. Los Angeles Rams, at New York Giants, vs. Dallas, vs. New York Giants, vs. Cincinnati, at Pittsburgh, at San Francisco, vs. Seattle, vs. Carolina, at Philadelphia) Games at Retractable Roof Stadiums: 2 (at Arizona and at Dallas); Games at Indoor Stadiums: 1 (at Detroit) Games vs. 2019 Playoff Teams: 5 (vs. Philadelphia, vs. Baltimore, at San Francisco, vs. Seattle, at Philadelphia) WASHINGTON REDSKINS 2020 SCHEDULE PRESEASON DATE OPPONENT (NETWORK) TIME (ET) Aug. 13 - 17 vs. TENNESSEE TITANS (NBC4/NBC Sports Washington) TBD Monday, Aug. 24 at Indianapolis Colts (ESPN) # 8:00 p.m. Aug. 27 - 30 at Jacksonville Jaguars (NBC4/NBC Sports Washington) TBD Thursday, Sept. 3 vs. BALTIMORE RAVENS (NBC4/NBC Sports Washington) TBD REGULAR SEASON DATE OPPONENT (NETWORK) TIME (ET) Sunday, Sept. 13 vs. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (FOX) 1:00 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20 at Arizona Cardinals (FOX) 4:05 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27 at Cleveland Browns (FOX) 1:00 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4 vs. BALTIMORE RAVENS (CBS) 1:00 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 vs. LOS ANGELES RAMS (FOX) 1:00 p.m.* Sunday, Oct. 18 at New York Giants (FOX) 1:00 p.m.* Sunday, Oct. 25 vs. DALLAS COWBOYS (FOX) 1:00 p.m.* Sunday, Nov. 1 BYE Sunday, Nov. 8 vs. NEW YORK GIANTS (FOX) 1:00 p.m.* Sunday, Nov. 15 at Detroit Lions (FOX) 1:00 p.m.* Sunday, Nov. 22 vs. CINCINNATI BENGALS (CBS) 1:00 p.m.* Thursday, Nov. 26 at Dallas Cowboys (FOX) # 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6 at Pittsburgh Steelers (FOX) 1:00 p.m.* Sunday, Dec. 13 at San Francisco 49ers (FOX) 4:25 p.m.* Sunday, Dec. 20 vs. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (FOX) 1:00 p.m.* Sunday, Dec. 27 vs. CAROLINA PANTHERS (CBS) 1:00 p.m.* Sunday, Jan. 3 at Philadelphia Eagles (FOX) 1:00 p.m.* All Kickoff Times Eastern ALL HOME GAMES CAPS # Nationally Televised * Subject to flexible scheduling -REDSKINS-
  13. For Immediate Release May 7, 2020 WASHINGTON REDSKINS TO HOST FIRST EVER 2020 SCHEDULE RELEASE LIVE Head Coach Ron Rivera will lead an all-star lineup including Academy Award winning actor Matthew McConaughey, acclaimed director Peter Berg, coaching legend Urban Meyer and many more LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – Tonight, for the first time, the Washington Redskins will reveal its 2020 season schedule, prior to the NFL’s full schedule release, during the largest virtual team celebration in the entire NFL. The Washington Redskins Schedule Release Live presented by Pepsi will feature superstar guest appearances by Matthew McConaughey, Peter Berg, Jon Bernthal, Urban Meyer and many more. Fans can join this innovative digital experience via livestream on, the Redskins Facebook & Redskins Twitter pages, as well as live on NBC Sports Washington. During the first hour of the show beginning at 7 p.m. ET, Academy Award winning actor Matthew McConaughey, acclaimed director Peter Berg, The Punisher star Jon Bernthal, CNBC’s Halftime Report host Scott Wapner and NFL Network and FOX Sports analyst Peter Schrager will all weigh in on this historic night and their outlook for the 2020 NFL season. At 7:30 p.m. ET, Head Coach Ron Rivera will appear for instant reaction and analysis of the 2020 schedule. Starting at 9 p.m. ET, following the 2020 NFL Schedule Release on the NFL Network, the Redskins’ livestreamed event will resume with appearances by former Ohio State Head Coach Urban Meyer, and current Redskins players Adrian Peterson, Chase Young, Ryan Kerrigan, and Thomas Davis Sr. Redskins legends Joe Theismann, Santana Moss and London Fletcher will close out the event with a game-by-game schedule breakdown and discussion of their greatest memories playing against the 2020 Redskins opponents. The Redskins Larry Michael, alumni Fred Smoot and Brian Mitchell will host the event. Event registration is free for all fans at
  14. It started out on fire then it kinda fizzled out. Still interesting & worth a watch. They also did a post show podcast for it if you want more of it.
  15. Both of you knock it off or get knocked off of here.
  16. NEW SEINFELD stand up special: 23 Hours To Kill - on Netflix.
  17. I see what you did there. Well played. JoJo was an amazing flick.
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