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Where did all the Redskins fans go to? Its Dallas Cowgirl week folks. We need to get fired up.


A woman in Dallas calls 911. When the officer answers the phone the woman is hysterical and tells the cop that a man has just broken into her home and she thinks he intends to rape her. The officer explain that they are just extremely busy at the moment and tells her "Just get the guy's jersey number and we'll get back to you."


The Redskins have had a week to recover. But, we still have injuries:


Dockery, Derrick Probable Hip

Griffin, Cornelius Questionable Hip

Marshall, Lemar Probable Ankle

Patten, David Probable Thigh

Rogers, Carlos Out Thumb

Salave'a, Joe Probable Calf

Sellers, Mike Probable Elbow

Springs, Shawn Probable Groin

Washington, Marcus Probable Hip


Every media channel is whinning about Gibbs not building his team through the draft, not playing Jason Campbell, and firing Al Saunders. I do not think that is the problem. What is the problem? I truly believe Redskins team lack is passion to win the game. My idol Joe Gibbs has gone soft. He is a good soft spoken church man that believes in the power of forgiveness and getting through bad games together. But, coach this is football and the players with heart should not be lumped in with the ones here to get a paycheck.


The Redskins need to get Andre Carter and Chris Samuels pumped up for the game. Because, they look like they are here just for the money.


Someone needs to put some fire up Derrick Frost's ass. Because the man is performing at high school level.


The Redskin's offensive line really is starting to look like George Allen's legendary "Over the Hill Gang."

The Dirtbags need to start looking dirty or enjoy retirement.


Maybe last year was the pinnacle of what the Redskins could acheive. Now the core of the team is just to old to play and should just watch the games on TV.


But, this is Dallas WEEK. So, if the old timers could see it to win this game I will be happy. I hate the Cowboys and I hate Cowboy fans.


ATTENTION REDSKINS FANS!!!!!!!!!! If you see a cowboy fan watching the game make sure to make his or her life miserable and want to leave. I am starting a fan training session that will take people to EAGLES, GIANTS, and BEAR stadiums. There you will learn to be loud and mean to your opponent. Upon graduation you will proudly state that you are not a politically correct fan and scream




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Hail to the Redskins,

This week looks a little brighter for our team.


Former offensive lineman Ray Brown has re-joined the Redskins organization and his primary role will be to help the team's younger players adjust to the NFL.


Brown, a 20-year veteran who played nine years with the Redskins, does not have a title or specific responsibilities. Brown was brought in primarily to be a positive influence, according to head coach Joe Gibbs.


Ray Brown

"What we are doing is bringing someone in the organization that started out as a Redskin, played 20 years, has been through thick and thin--and right now we are having a tough time," Gibbs said on Wednesday. "I talked to him about being around the players, being back, and just being someone that young players can go to and talk to. Many times they are wide-eyed and still trying to figure out what the NFL is all about.


"What Ray can do there, not from a coaching standpoint, is talk to young guys about how to become successful here. It is one thing for me to say something to them. They are not going to pay a lot of attention to me. They are going to pay a lot of attention to Ray Brown because he played 20 years."


Brown told Washington, D.C., reporters earlier this week that he expects to be a resource for the team. In the past, Brown has indicated an interest in coaching in the NFL. This new role with the Redskins could be a good transition for him.


"It's really unique to get a chance to come in at this point of the season," Brown told reporters. "I think I have something to offer. I think I know football, and now it comes to finding out how I can get it through to the guys so it will help them."


Gibbs indicated that Brown will be relied on to help the team through tough times. In 2005, when the Redskins were struggling at 5-6, Gibbs relied on Brown as a locker room leader.


Brown helped set a tone that led to a five-game winning streak and a postseason berth.


"He knows how to help you get out of [tough situations]," Gibbs said. "He has played his way out of them and been a part of a team that has played its way out of them. He was here last year when we had tough times and he was a big part of the leadership role."


Brown has been present on the Redskins' practice field this week and he has spent time along-side assistant head coach-offense Joe Bugel working with offensive linemen.


"Ray adds a lot with his presence on the field and in the locker room," Bugel said. "He attends all of the meeting and he understands our [coaching] language. It gives young players a chance to see what a 20-year veteran looks like. I'm glad he's doing this."


To build your spirits up I did a gallery of some photos of last year's victory win over the Cowboys



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