Nationals Offseason Preview

The 2020 World Series has come down between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Los Angeles Dodgers. We can still say the Nationals are still the last team to win a non-asterisked World Series given the exotic nature of this season, but in reality, the torch will soon be passed. The Nats had a roughContinue reading “Nationals Offseason Preview”

Capitals Free Agency Review

NHL Free Agency opened last Friday, and although the Capitals did not have much cap space to work with, the team made several key signings while also making one tough goodbye. While other deals will trickle in until the start of the season, including a likely trade of one of the team’s blueliners, the bruntContinue reading “Capitals Free Agency Review”

Why the Lakers can thank the Wizards for their 2020 NBA Championship

The Los Angeles Lakers are the 2020 NBA Champions. LeBron James has won his fourth NBA title, and he’s now the first player in NBA history to win Finals MVP with three different franchises, adding one more accomplishment to his all-time great legacy. Anthony Davis, LeBron’s running mate, now has his first NBA title. DavisContinue reading “Why the Lakers can thank the Wizards for their 2020 NBA Championship”

The Pohory-list: Ranking every starting QB under Dan Snyder

Tomorrow, Kyle Allen will be the 22nd different player to start at quarterback for the Washington Football Team during Dan Snyder’s reign as owner. After an underwhelming start to the season, incumbent Dwayne Haskins Jr. was not just benched, but sent all the way down the depth chart, as Alex Smith is now QB2. WeContinue reading “The Pohory-list: Ranking every starting QB under Dan Snyder”

Caps strum the right chord by selecting Hendrix Lapierre in 2020 first round

The Capitals didn’t have the 2020 playoffs they hoped for, but now all focus will be on the 2020-21 season. The first offseason move comes in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, where the Capitals traded up to the 22nd overall pick and used it to select forward Hendrix Lapierre. While the Caps may have snaggedContinue reading “Caps strum the right chord by selecting Hendrix Lapierre in 2020 first round”

The Pohory-list: Top 10 Rookie Seasons in DC History

While the Washington Wizards had an uneventful end to their season in the NBA bubble, rookie forward Rui Hachimura shined and wound up earning NBA Second Team All-Rookie honors after a strong first campaign. Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young has had a massive impact on Washington’s defense with 2.5 sacks through two gamesContinue reading “The Pohory-list: Top 10 Rookie Seasons in DC History”

Nationals 2020 season review

The 2020 MLB postseason begins today, and the reigning World Series champion Washington Nationals will not take part. After a 26-34 season, the reigning World Series champions finished fourth in the NL East (with the exact same record as the last place New York Mets) and will hold the 11th overall pick in the nextContinue reading “Nationals 2020 season review”

The Washington Football Team falls back down to Earth in loss to Cardinals

When the Washington Football Team defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 1, there was a lot to be excited about: the defensive line dominated, Dwayne Haskins looked in control and the Eagles looked atrocious. A week later, against a much more formidable opponent, the team looked closer to what everyone expected coming into the season.Continue reading “The Washington Football Team falls back down to Earth in loss to Cardinals”

The Pohory-list: Top 10 undrafted players in DC history

I’ve ranked the top 10 first overall picks and have named the best players selected in each first-round draft slot in the past, so today I’m going to look at the other end of the spectrum. First-round picks, especially the first overall selections, enter the league with high expectations. They are the future stars thatContinue reading “The Pohory-list: Top 10 undrafted players in DC history”

Five Takeaways from the Washington Football Team’s opening win

Author’s note: The lack in activity over the past few weeks is due to the fact that I recently moved back on to campus for school and needed some time to adjust to my new schedule. Now that I’ve settled in, I plan to get back into a regular cycle. I won’t have the timeContinue reading “Five Takeaways from the Washington Football Team’s opening win”