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Bill O'Brien, Jay Gruden and Gus Bradley made the worst NFL coaching decisions of Week 3

Every week, For the Win will choose the worst decisions made by NFL coaches. Week 3 gave us plenty to work with. Here are our picks… 656 more words


Week 1: Football is Back! Yay?

I have no doubt that Redskins fans’ excitement for the 2016 season was tinged with dread when they saw Opening Day, for us, would be Opening Night. 428 more words

All Pro Talk

Coaching Hot Seats

Is it too early in the season to talk about firing coaches? Well, it’s already on my mind, and there are some coaches who clearly are already feeling the heat, so let’s jump right in. 1,799 more words


Yeah, He Has Begun The Season At 0-2, But He's Still The Luckiest Guy In Football

It is 2016 and Jay Gruden has started his third NFL season as head coach of the Washington Redskins with an O-2 record. It is an ignominious start after winning the 2015 NFC East division championship with nine wins and seven losses. 670 more words


Amani Toomer: Gruden Ripping RG3 to Blame for Current Finger-pointing

WASHINGTON — Former Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer is questioning what he believes to preferential treatment toward Kirk Cousins, treatment, Toomer says, Jay Gruden never afforded Robert Griffin III. 699 more words


More Washington Deadlock

The respite from objective institutional failure for fans of Washington’s professional football team was meager, and is now over. The stink that has permeated through its organization – originating first with its very name and mascot and the inexplicably staunch defense of both, stretching to leadership mantras from ownership that over the years have vacillated between “Loyalty Is My Firewood” and “Welcome To The Team, We’ve Already Scheduled Your Office Locks To Be Changed Six Months From Now” – has, after one moderately deodorized season, made its way back onto the football field. 941 more words


Redskins Rehash-Lassoed into Last Place...

The last time the Redskins won the NFC East, they began the following season 0-2 that included a Monday night home loss to a division foe.   1,187 more words