The Redskins’ inactives are running back Andre Brown, defensive tackle Jeremy Clark, center Erik Cook, running back James Davis, guard Derrick Dockery, defensive end Kedric Golston and defensive back Macho Harris.
The Cowboys’ inactives are running back Marion Barber, receiver Roy Williams, guard Phil Costa, defensive end Clifton Geathers, tackle Jermey Parnell, quarterback Tony Romo, linebacker Leon Williams and tackle Sam Young.
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7. What is at stake in this game? If the Redskins finish third in the NFC East, which they would clinch with a win, they will host the third place finisher in the NFC North (likely Minnesota) and play at the third place team in the NFC South (likely Tampa Bay). If they finish last, the Redskins would host Detroit and play at Carolina. So now what do you hope happens?
I hate awkward truths...
Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work
Bulger...yuck! Waaay past his prime. If we draft a QB I'd rather just start him from day 1 and at least the Redskins fans will not be tricked into thinking they will be playoff contenders. It might actually be an enjoyable season for once heading in with low expectations.
On another site i came across the" nugget" that kyle shannahan wanted QB Bulger last year to compete with Grossman. Daddy wanted someone else and it didnt work out too well. Wont be surprised if they do bring in Bulger for 2011.
There is Always Next Year.Until the Injuries Kick In.Again
Post by dextermanley72 on Dec 19, 2010 13:25:56 GMT -5
I have to watch the clips on Redzone- the little Dandy that broadcasts for the REdzone was all gleefull to take us to the game to watch Dallas score a TD. After the 4th down stop- they just broke away to another game with no comment from the Dallas fan on Redzone.