buenosdiaz Posted February 26, 2011 Share Posted February 26, 2011 hello everyone, been a while since I posted on here but I figured it's the offseason (the real redskins offseason that terrible time before free agency and the draft) Anyways, I am applying for some job at the NFL and they asked a bunch of interviewish questions one of which was football related and I thought i'd share my response with you guys and bask in Redskins glory past, present, and future :logo: Also, the response had a very limited word count so before shredding my response to pieces and telling me i'm not getting the job keep that in mind lol I am a diehard fan of the Washington Redskins. The reasons that I continue to cheer for the Redskins and look forward to every season, every week, every possession, and every down are things that allow me to understand the power of the NFL and what it means to its fans. I grew up in the Washington, D.C. area at the perfect time. In Kindergarten after the Redskins won Super Bowl XXVI the class spent the next school day learning Hail to the Redskins. This was the last Super Bowl the Redskins won and the last time they were competitive beyond the divisional round of the playoffs. Despite this being the most successful season the Redskins have had in my lifetime it is not my most fond memory of the team. The team coming together after Sean Taylor's death, winning five in a row to finish 9-7 and clinch the wildcard, the excitement of Jason Campbell's first throw to open the season as a starting quarterback and the disappointment after it bounced off of Brandon Lloyd's hands after a perfect play-action set up are the moments I remember most and love. It is these feelings that will make it all worth it when the Redskins win their fourth Super Bowl. hopefully a cowboys fan doesn't read my application Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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