“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 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.
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.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati goes on an angry (if not cathartic) rant after the Washington Redskins lose to the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football.
The Washington Redskins are ready to pony up a sizable extension to one of their top offensive linemen, and someone who is among the very best at their position in the league.
Unfortunately, us fans of the Washington Redskins are well-accustomed to tight end Jordan Reed being unavailable due to various physical ailments. But despite early optimism that he could (finally) return to the field healthy and ready to contribute in 2019, any such debut will have to wait — possibly for a good while. On Saturday… Read More »
Hail To The District’s Rajan Nanavati and Patrick Rice discuss the train wreck that is the Washington Redskins’ 2019 season so far (through the first two weeks), before previewing the Week 3 matchup against the Chicago Bears.
It’s no secret that Jay Gruden entered this season on the proverbial coaching hotseat; it’s a fact that he, himself, has alluded to publicly.
If the Washington Redskins aren’t the most snake-bitten team from injuries in the NFL, they’re damn sure near the very top of the list.