The HTTD guys are joined by distinguished DC football analyst Mark Bullock, to get the latter’s thoughts on the “hot topics” pertaining to the Washington Football Team this offseason.
In the conclusion of HTTD’s 2021 Offseason Preview for the Washington Football team, Rajan Nanavati and Pat Rice discuss what the WFT could (or will) do to address the quarterback position.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati and Pat Rice return for Part 2 of their 2021 Offseason Preview for the Washington Football team, discussing the team’s second and third biggest need to address this offseason: the wide receiver and linebacker spot(s).
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati and Pat Rice return for the first of a 2-episode series, previewing the top needs the Washington Football Team needs to address in the 2021 NFL offseason.
The Washington Nationals are less than a month away from pitchers/catchers reporting, so HTTD’s Pat Rice put together some thoughts on how the team’s 2021 roster has been put together.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati provides his thoughts on the Washington Football Team’s hire of Martin Mayhew, and how he’ll fit in the front office’s “org chart,” alongside Head Coach Ron Rivera and new General Manager Marty Hurney.
As the Washington Football Team enters the 2021 NFL offseason, HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati and Pat Rice discuss the WFT’s drastic needs for upgrades at the wide receiver position, and potential options to address those needs.
In a special two-part episode recapping the Washington Football Team’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 20201 NFC Wild Card Round, HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati and Pat Rice give your their immediate and post-game reactions to the matchup, including the magnificent (if not legendary) performance by Taylor Heinecke.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati and Pat Rice take joy in an otherwise ugly victory by the Washington Football Team against the Philadelphia Eagles, earning an NFC East division championship for Washington.
Dwayne Haskins’ putrid performance in the Washington Football Team’s loss against the Carolina Panthers left HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati and Pat Rice fired up (in a bad way) and fed up with the quarterback and the team’s performance overall.