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    1965
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    family/my dogs - Redskins & Nationals
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    1965
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    9 - 43 -37 - 44 - 72 - 28 - 68 - 66 - 84 - 26 - 21
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  1. fair enough. just believe that Wright and Rivera went in with eyes wide open ... fully cognizant of the history ... and wouldn't expose themselves like that. neither was hard up for a job ... rivera had multiple opportunities. i believe they have full control.
  2. from what i've seen/heard/read ... absolutely no way Jason Wright allows himself to be used as a "shield" ... by anybody. he's way too smart/impressive/accomplished. ditto for Rivera.
  3. if it means a 250% win total improvement ... with a very young team learning to win ... with an extremely favorable upcoming cap situation ... a new/accomplished coaching staff ... in spite of all the ridiculous off-field distractions ... and technically ahead of our rivals ... yes.
  4. The Athletic - Top performers of Week 7 - Arif Hasan RB Antonio Gibson, Washington Washington has a remarkable pair of skill players to help out whoever they’ve got at quarterback in any particular week and sometimes they can really shine despite the limitations of the player under center. Gibson was an essential element of their dominant victory over the Cowboys. It might be fair to point out that the Cowboys aren’t a particularly great defense, but it’s not as if Washington’s run blocking has been consistent either. The right side of the line played well but just
  5. my favorite redskin play in a long time ... eat that elliott.
  6. put another Gold W* in the books ... * patent pending.
  7. Orioles lose appeal in $100 million MASN dispute with Nationals, will challenge in New York’s highest court By JEFF BARKER BALTIMORE SUN | OCT 22, 2020 AT 7:24 PM The Orioles on Thursday lost their appeal of a decision ordering the team’s regional television network to pay the neighboring Washington Nationals about $100 million more in broadcast rights fees. The Orioles said through an attorney that they intend to appeal to New York’s highest court. https://www.baltimoresun.
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