Washington Redskins

So If the Redskins Changed Their Name, What Should the New Name Be?

by Debbie Baratz • October 14, 2013

On Sunday evening, NBC sports broadcaster Bob Costas entered the Washington Redskins name controversy by giving a halftime commentary during the Redskins versus the Dallas Cowboys matchup. Costas said via FoxNews.com, “Think for a moment about the term ‘Redskins’ and how it truly differs from [other team nicknames based on Native American images]. Ask yourself […]


NFL Teams Primed for an Upset in Week 2

by Debbie Baratz • September 14, 2013

As we enter the second week of the NFL season, teams are still trying to find their place. Some will continue to exceed expectations while others will again be slow leaving the starting gates. Here’s a look at Week 2’s potential upsets. Yep…this is one of the many reasons why we love the game. Carolina […]


Strangest NFL Injuries

by Debbie Baratz • August 4, 2013

Now that training camp has arrived, injuries are starting to pile up for NFL players. Some have already lost their season while others should return shortly. And for some players that suffer injuries, they may not have come from either the practice field or from games but instead, they just happen from the strange things […]


Can RG3 Perform an Adrian Peterson Miracle in Return from ACL Surgery?

by Debbie Baratz • July 28, 2013

Last Monday as his team was enjoying its last few days off before training camp, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III received his desired medical clearance to practice with the team at training camp. This came around six months after the player had torn two right knee ligaments (ACL and LCL) and underwent surgery back on […]


Most Likely NFL Players to Fall into Sophomore Slump

by Debbie Baratz • July 6, 2013

Every year there’s breakout rookie NFL players that not only surprise themselves but also fans, coaches and teammates. Many will enter their sophomore year with high expectations. Some players succeed; some do not. Last season was filled with a number of good rookies, including quarterbacks and running backs. Many fantasy football players missed out on […]


Which NFL Teams Have Salary Cap Space to Play With

by Debbie Baratz • May 8, 2013

Now that the NFL Draft is complete and teams are still reviewing their personnel needs, one factor dictating their decisions will be their salary cap space. Some teams have more space than others and will use this to their advantage or perhaps their disadvantage. According to Spotrac.com, here’s some top teams with their current cap […]


2013 NFL Draft Grades for the NFC

by Debbie Baratz • April 28, 2013

The eternal three-day NFL 2013 Draft has again come to an end. This year offered some interesting surprises but at the end of the day, teams filled out their rosters with some rookies ready to hit the ground running while others will see playing time at a slower pace. Take a look at the NFC […]


NFL 2013 Schedules: Intriguing Matchups, Revenge Games to Be Played

by Debbie Baratz • April 19, 2013

On Thursday, the NFL released the 2013 schedules for its 32 teams. There’s lots of good matchups with some teams have more difficult seasons ahead than others. Week 1 If you’re a Denver Broncos fan/Peyton Manning, the team will kick things off in the national spotlight on Sept. 5 by hosting the Baltimore Ravens for […]


Marshall Says He’s 100 percent, Cousins Embraces Backup Role

by Debbie Baratz • April 11, 2013

Marshall Says He’s 100 percent Entering his sophomore season as a Chicago Bear, wide receiver Brandon Marshall is ready to go after dealing with hip problems for the last few seasons. In 2010’s offseason, he had a hip procedure and just this past January, he underwent arthroscopic hip surgery. Since then, Marshall has taken extra time off […]


NFC East 2012 Predictions

by Lucas McMillan • July 14, 2012

The NFC East is a tough division to predict, or even talk about. All four teams are competitive, but because of that they somewhat cancel each other out. All four squads typically emerge from the bloodbath with lukewarm records. You could make the case that the survivors are better teams for their ordeal; think about […]