Tag Archives: Pittsburgh Steelers

Super Bowl LII Preview: Nobody Wins

By | February 2, 2018

  The best way I can describe my sentiments towards Super Bowl LII is by comparing it to the 2016 Presidential Election: no matter who wins, the vast majority of America loses.

NFL Preview 2017: Picks, Predictions, and Projections For Every Team

By | September 7, 2017

With all due to respect to Andy Williams: tomorrow brings the advent of the most wonderful time of the year. Football season is back, baby.

NFL Divisional Playoffs 2017 Preview: Down Go The Heavyweights?

By | January 13, 2017

After an absolutely ghastly weekend of football to start the NFL postseason, we can finally revel in some real “playoff football.”

The Redskins Running Game: A Perfect Storm of Incompetence

By | September 16, 2016

You’ll have to forgive me if, after the first full weekend of football (with College and the NFL back in full effect), I come off a little testy in this column.

Redskins vs. Steelers Preview: Kirk Cousins’ Opportunity To Rewrite History

By | September 12, 2016

The last time the Redskins beat the Steelers in a regular season game, the legendary Chuck Noll was still Pittsburgh’s head coach, and Joseph Jackson Gibbs was weeks away from winning his third Super Bowl as Washington’s head coach, leading a Redskins team with the greatest overall single-season Defense-adjusted Value Over Average (DVOA) ever recorded.

Washington Redskins 2016 Game-By-Game Predictions

By | September 6, 2016

Editor’s Note: HTTD writer Patrick Rice provides his game-by-game predictions for the outcomes for each game on the Washington Redskins’ 2016 schedule.

Redskins 2016-2017 Schedule Revealed: 10 Interesting Notes

By | April 15, 2016

Between the Nationals red-hot start, the Caps quest to finally fulfill their lofty expectations, and the Wizards disposing of Randy Wittman just hours prior, the Redskins managed to keep their share of the spotlight when it came to DC sports news.