We’ll take a break from the ongoing “the Washington Redskins medical staff told Trent Williams to ignore what turned out to be a legitimate Cancer diagnosis by misleading him and saying that the malignant growth on his head was nothing to be worried about” melodrama, and turn you back to the standard Washington Redskins-related melodrama… Read More »
“He who shall not be named” at quarterback is coming back to town this evening, leading the Minnesota Vikings against the Washington Redskins in tonight’s Thursday Night Football match-up.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati is joined by Brandon Anderson, a top NBA writer for Medium.com, to discuss the most interesting teams in the NBA for the 2019-2020 season, and break down Thursday night’s game between the Washington Redskins and Minnesota Vikings.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati plus good friends John and Neel wrap up Part 2 of their 2019-2020 NBA Preview by examining the NBA’s Eastern Conference.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati brings back good friends John and Neel in Part 1 of their 2019-2020 NBA Preview podcast(s), to provide their thoughts on the NBA’s Western Conference.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati and Patrick Rice react to the Washington Redskins firing Jay Gruden, his legacy in DC, and the reasons why he failed as a head coach.
Early Tuesday morning I was asked if I needed a ticket to attend the Nationals Wild Card game in the coming hours. My heart sank.
The postseason history of the Washington Nationals is short, somewhat unremarkable, and largely painful. Yet for one brief but shining moment, Juan Soto changed all of that.
It’s no secret that, for the seemingly hapless Washington Redskins, keeping the outcome of their game on Sunday versus the New England Patriots from being an abject disaster is a seemingly Herculean task.
Suffice to say, the “hits” keep on coming for the much-maligned (and rightfully so) defense of the Washington Redskins.