Emergency Post: Ron Rivera hired as new Redskins HC

By: Joe Pohoryles Numerous reports confirm that the Redskins have hired Ron Rivera as their new head coach. Rivera was fired by the Panthers earlier this season after nine years at the helm. Before that, he was the defensive coordinator for the Chargers.  The Redskins quickly swipe up one of the hottest names available onContinue reading “Emergency Post: Ron Rivera hired as new Redskins HC”

Life after Rendon: Part 3

By: Joe Pohoryles The 2020 season is a few months away, and while fans will be celebrating the title all summer long until it must be defended next October, a major piece of that championship team will not be here for the party. Third baseman Anthony Rendon was the team’s best positional player, and arguablyContinue reading “Life after Rendon: Part 3”

Why the Redskins should not draft Jerry Jeudy with their first pick

By: Joe Pohoryles The Washington Redskins are now on the clock…  Well, technically the Cincinnati Bengals are, but all 32 teams must plan extensively for one of the most exciting events of the offseason: the NFL draft. When the draft rolls around in late April, the Redskins will own the second overall pick, barring aContinue reading “Why the Redskins should not draft Jerry Jeudy with their first pick”

Life after Rendon: Part 2

By: Joe Pohoryles The 2020 MLB season is a few months away, and while fans will be celebrating the Nationals’ World Series title all summer long until it must be defended next October, a major piece of that championship team will not be here for the party. Third baseman Anthony Rendon was the team’s bestContinue reading “Life after Rendon: Part 2”

Life after Rendon: Part 1

By: Joe Pohoryles The Washington Nationals are the 2019 World Series Champions. Sorry, I just love being able to type that out and read it. The 2020 season is a few months away, and while fans will be celebrating the title all summer long until it must be defended next October, a major piece ofContinue reading “Life after Rendon: Part 1”

The Pohory-list: Top 10 too early/too late DC athletes

By: Joe Pohoryles When thinking about the greatest players in DC professional sports history, names like Darrell Green, Elvin Hayes and Alex Ovechkin come to mind. Each of these men, and many more, set records and won championships repping the District. They’ll be remembered as Redskins and Wizards/Bullets and Capitals (and as the franchise getsContinue reading “The Pohory-list: Top 10 too early/too late DC athletes”

2019 All-Fantasy Football Teams

By: Joe Pohoryles Every year, millions of people play fantasy sports. Whether it’s daily fantasy or season-long, fantasy sports serve as a means for friends and family to bond over sports in an engaging, exciting, yet often disappointing way. Whether you win your league championship or fail to win a single match-up, fantasy sports providesContinue reading “2019 All-Fantasy Football Teams”

Washington Redskins 2010s All-Decade Team

By: Joe Pohoryles Offense: *= still on team ^=on team prior to 2010 Skill positions: QB – Kirk Cousins (2012-2017) RB – Alfred Morris (2012-2015) RB – Chris Thompson* (2013-2019) WR – Pierre Garcon (2012-2016) WR – Desean Jackson (2014-2016) TE – Jordan Reed* (2013-2019) Cousins was not supposed to be the guy on thisContinue reading “Washington Redskins 2010s All-Decade Team”

Washington Nationals 2010s All-Decade Team

By: Joe Pohoryles Starting rotation *= Still with team ^= Played with team prior to 2010 SP Max Scherzer* (2015-2019) SP Stephen Strasburg* (2010-2019) SP Gio Gonzalez (2012-2018) SP Jordan Zimmermann (2010-2015)^ SP Tanner Roark (2013-2018) Scherzer and Strasburg speak for themselves. Gonzalez and Zimmermann were consistently in the 2-3 roles in the rotation duringContinue reading “Washington Nationals 2010s All-Decade Team”

Washington Capitals 2010s All-Decade Team

By: Joe Pohoryles Forwards: (stayed true to C vs W, but not necessarily LW or RW) *=still with team ^=on team prior to 2010 First line: Alex Ovechkin* (2010-2019)^  Nicklas Backstrom* (2010-2019)^ TJ Oshie* (2015-2019) Not much to explain here. Ovi is arguably the greatest scorer of all time, still chasing Wayne Gretzky’s goal recordContinue reading “Washington Capitals 2010s All-Decade Team”