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”

Caps-Isles series preview (ft. Special Guest writer)

After taking a brief look at both the Carolina Hurricanes and New York Islanders in the last post, the Capitals beat the Boston Bruins in the final round robin game to secure the third seed and a first round matchup with the New York Islanders. The two sides kick off their best-of-seven series today atContinue reading “Caps-Isles series preview (ft. Special Guest writer)”

Redskins Draft Breakdown

By: Joe Pohoryles After three days of drafting, the Redskins have 11 new players: eight via the draft, and three from free agency, with more likely on the way. The team wasn’t able to fill every need this weekend, but by-and-large the class of 2020 could be as impactful as last year’s class. Of courseContinue reading “Redskins Draft Breakdown”

Skins Free Agency Update

By: Joe Pohoryles Piggybacking off of yesterday’s post about Austin Hooper and Ereck Flowers, I will continue to break down the Redskins’ signings (and missed chances), as there is not much else to cover in the sports’ world these days. Since yesterday’s post, the Redskins have been a bit busier, but maybe not as muchContinue reading “Skins Free Agency Update”

Skins miss out on Hooper, Flowers in first days of Free Agency

By: Joe Pohoryles Two of the Redskins’ top free agent targets of the 2020 offseason have signed with other teams. The Cleveland Browns made former Falcons TE Austin Hooper the highest-paid tight end in the league with a four-year, $44 million contract. Hooper posted 787 yards and six touchdowns on 75 receptions — all career-highsContinue reading “Skins miss out on Hooper, Flowers in first days of Free Agency”

The Pohory-list: Top 25 under 25

By: Joe Pohoryles Entering 2020, the Big Four DC sports teams are in vastly different positions. The Capitals and Nationals are enjoying great success, coming off recent championships and in great position to capture a second. The Wizards and Redskins, however, are in dark days, and are already looking to build a brighter future. TheContinue reading “The Pohory-list: Top 25 under 25”