My life as a Redskins fan, for at least the past quarter-of-a-century, is best defined by one quote:
Washington Redskins Tags:
Aaron Rodgers, Alvin Kamara, Ben McAdoo, Brett Hundley, Brock Osweiler, Case Keenum, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, DeShone Kizer, Drew Brees, Drew Stanton, Everson Griffen, Ezekiel Elliott, Harrison Smith, Jay Cutler, Jerrick McKinnon, Jim Tomsula, Jonathan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers, Mark Ingram, Marshon Lattimore, Matt Ioannidis, Melvin Gordon, Mitch Trubisky, Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks, Teddy Bridgewater, TJ Clemmings, Tom Savage, Tyler Catalina, Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards, Xavier Rhodes
The official time of death yesterday, for what was billed as the most important night in D.C. sports in the last quarter century, was 9:38pm.
DC Sports Tags:
Alexander Ovechkin, Avery Bradley, Baltimore Orioles, Barry Melrose, Barry Trotz, Boston Celtics, Braden Holtby, Cleveland Cavaliers, Daniel Winnik, Ernie Grunfeld, John Wall, Marc-Andre Fleury, Marcus Morris, Markieff Morris, Michael Wilbon, Mike Emrick, Patric Hornqvist, Pittsburgh Penguins, Russell Westbrook, Stephen Strasburg, T.J. Oshie, Tony Kornheiser, Washington Capitals, Washington Nationals, Washington Wizards
HTTD writer Patrick Rice channels his inner Al Pacino, Kurt Russell, and Gene Hackman, inspiring D.C. fans on the most historic night of sports this city has seen in decades.
Today marks the two-weeks-away point from my favorite day of the year: the first round of the NFL Draft. This is also right about the time when we can really get a good sense of what teams might or might not do in the first round.
NFL Draft Tags:
A.J. Bouye, Allen Iverson, Alvin Kamara, Arik Armstead, Atlanta Falcons, Auston Matthews, Bob Sanders, Brad Kaaya, Brandon Weeden, Bryce Petty, Budda Baker, Calais Campbell, Cam Newton, Cameron Artis-Payne, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Christian Hackenberg, Christian McCaffrey, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, D'Onta Foreman, Dalvin Cook, Dante Fowler, Davis Webb, DeAndre Hopkins, DeForest Buckner, Deshaun Watson, Fozzy Whitaker, Indianapolis Colts, J.J. Watt, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jake Locker, Jamal Adams, Jamarcus Russell, Joe Mixon, Jonathan Allen, Karl Joseph, Keanu Neal, Kevin White, Kyle Boller, Kyle Fuller, Lamar Miller, Las Vegas Raiders, Leonard Floyd, Leonard Fournette, Los Angeles Chargers, Malik Hooker, Malik Jackson, Marshon Lattimore, Mike Babcock, Mike Maccagnan, Mitchell Trubisky, Myles Garrett, Patrick Mahomes, Phil Emery, Ryan Pace, San Francisco 49ers, Solomon Thomas, Todd Wash, Tom Savage, Tony Romo, Toronto Maple Leafs, Tracy Porter, Washington Capitals, Washington Redskins, Woody Johnson
Hail To The District writer Dash Kannan provides his thoughts on the Washington Wizards replacing the Chicago Cubs, in terms of the most hopeless fan base in professional sports.
Washington Wizards Tags:
Andray Blatche, Andrew Nicholson, Antawn Jamison, Bradley Beal, Caron Butler, Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians, Ernie Grunfeld, Gilbert Arenas, Ian Mahinmi, Jason Smith, Javale McGree, Javaris Crittenton, John Wall, Kelly Oubre Jr., Kevin Durant, Markieff Morris, Milwaukee Bucks, New York Knicks, Nick Young, Otto Porter, Randy Wittman, Scott Brooks, Ted Leonsis, Tomas Satoransky, Trey Burke, Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards
With the puck dropping for the official start of the 2016-2017 NHL season this evening, Rajan brings on NHL Analyst Bhupinder Hundal of Hockey Night in Canada, to preview the upcoming season.
As DC sports fans, there might not be a more fear-inducing statement made during the springtime than “the Washington Capitals are in the playoffs.”