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About thebluefood

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  • Birthday 04/03/1991

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  • Birthdate
    April 3, 1991
  • Redskins Fan Since
    Since I can remember
  • Favorite Redskin
    Sammy Baugh; Art Monk
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    Middletown, PA (from the ol' DMV)
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  1. Honestly, if there's any owner in the league who's a bigger snake-in-the-grass than Snyder, it's probably Jimmy Haslam. Those two, Stan Kroenke, and Dean Spanos are in that upper realm of POS NFL owners.
  2. By all rights, this should be a farce of a game and an insult to sports and the entertainment industry as a whole. So I'm predicting a thriller: 34-31, 'Skins.
  3. What really gets on my nerves about this whole thing is that directly up I-95, in Baltimore and Philadelphia, you have front offices that are models for consistency. Steve Bisciotti and Jeff Lurie have facilitated consistently winning teams and though the latter's is having a tough year (along with the rest of the NFC East), he's overseen two successful rebuilds in 25 years. Washington hasn't seen one in that same span.
  4. Dan Snyder at a recent front office meeting
  5. To this day, 20 years later - despite all the things that I've done and have happened to me, three words are still lodged in my mind and will remain there until I'm good and dead: Aikman to Rocket.
  6. If they really wanted to make PATs harder, they would have required everyone to kick them straight-on instead of moving the spot back to the 15-yard-line.
  7. I can't hate him - he really does seem like a good guy trying his best. Just...just hold on tight, Seattle. This might get sorta rough.
  8. Has there ever been a detailed account of the team's history between 1993 and 1999 - between the retirement of Joe Gibbs and Dan Snyder's purchase of the franchise? It seems like it was one of those "everything that could go wrong, did go wrong" situations and set the foundation for all...this.
  9. D.C. Flag colors - even with the three stars and two stripes (albeit as lightning bolts). Not bad at all.
  10. Something lost in this entire fiasco: how's the marching band holding up? Last I heard they were barely getting any chances to play on game day.
  11. Vince McMahon's pretty high on my **** list for the way he's treated his workers over the years so I'm nearly as loathe to give him money as I am Dan Snyder. Having said that, the league created a health advisory board over the summer so hopefully, this league won't go out of its way to be as cartoonishly violent as last time (though I'll wait to see how this plays out). Would be hilarious if the Defenders find a way to overtake the 'Skins as the most popular football team in the area, though. At least that will be worth a few laughs.
  12. The only team owner I can think of that started off as badly as Dan Snyder, only to actually facilitate a winning team, is Ted Turner with the Braves. But by the 20-year-mark, Turner had long since given up his "hands on" style of ownership and had multiple pennants and a World Series ring to show off for his efforts. Is it possible for Dan Snyder to finally, actually, no for real you guys get his **** together and do the same (albeit with a much longer arc)? Sure. Is it possible that I'll hit the Powerball next week and immediately stop going to work? Also sure.
  13. Lions are on a 3 game losing streak. You know who's really good at helping teams break losing streaks? Lions: 27 Ugh: 16 Edited because I'm a silly fella