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  1. redskinss The Rookie Members 1,765 posts Posted 24 minutes ago Could someone with better grammar and punctuation than me please start a reason to be optimistic thread. Our fanbase is at the precipice looking down and we're still a month away from playing any meaningful football. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Positive energy thread, only good vibes allowed, don't bring me down bro....Everything gonna be aight.... Post one good thing about the Redskins or just keep quiet and focus on the good in your life. NO Fan Cards excepted.
  2. And Paul is a great guy, not hard to understand where He is coming from...that said, Did the WE give up when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?
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    Random "Thot" Thread (Stadium Edition)

    so many threads this could have went into......
  4. It will be. Book it, bet it, don't regret it. This Ju-ju is the gravy for the bird.
  5. https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/redskins/thanksgiving-huge-game-redskins-and-huge-opportunity-colt-mccoy For decades, the most iconic image of America came from Texas. Hollywood loved the cowboy, silently toiling in the heat and cold, staring down danger and prepared to answer any challenge that came his way. But over time, industrialization and modernization, cowboys drifted from the national consciousness, or at least from the movies and television screens. As things shifted, however, another Texas icon emerged: the quarterback. Friday Night Lights, first as a book, then a movie, and later a TV show, made the country care about small town Texas high school football. The sophomoric Varsity Blues helped too. As that mythology grew, one real life QB emerged to fit the storybook casting: Colt McCoy. With blue eyes and a humble voice, McCoy came from tiny Tuscola, Texas, a town of fewer than 800 people about three hours west of Dallas. He went on and excelled as the starting quarterback at the University of Texas, becoming the winningest Longhorn QB ever. https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/video/unrivaled-legacy-redskins-cowboys-thanksgiving
  6. It's the unknown recovery that is of concern at this point. Nobody knows how He and his body will respond.