JP is one of the cohosts of the “Junkies” on 106.7 The Fan. JP has a penchant for arguing especially with EB over everything from the Redskins to his chronic lateness. The former Temple Law graduate is now a published author. His book, “Chasing Rocky,” can be purchased via Amazon.com here. You can also follow him on Twitter @GlassJoeJP and Facebook.
The drumbeat is growing louder. People are starting to wonder if the Washington Capitals will turn things around under head coach Bruce Boudreau. Could this be the end?
After starting the season 3-1, the Washington Redskins have now lost five in a row. The season looks lost and the outlook for the future looks grim. Still, they say behind every dark cloud there is a silver lining so I wanted to try and point to the positive.
My point is simple, step up! Don’t run away from the media scrutiny. Don’t hide behind legal advice. Don’t consult with public relations experts. Step the F*@! up and answer everybody’s questions.
Am I the only one that misses the NBA? If there wasn’t a lockout I’d be getting hyped to watch the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki open up their season against the Chicago Bulls and reigning MVP Derrick Rose tonight. I’d also be checking out the new look Washington Wizards.
No matter how many regular season games they win it will be all be deemed worthless if they don’t make a deep playoff run. And if they don’t make it to the Eastern Conference finals this season it could mark the end of the Bruce Boudreau era in Washington.
Is it possible that this is the beginning of a great quarterback foundation in D.C.?
As much as I want to pick the Redskins — I’ve picked them every week up until now — I just don’t think they’ll be able to keep up with the Eagles.
The Philadelphia Eagles are off to an awful 1-4. As talented as they are, they have weakness that other teams have exploited. To win this Sunday, the Redskins need to do the same.
Did you watch Justin Verlander beat the New York Yankees the other day? If you did, you saw what an elite pitcher with a 99 mph fastball and a sick curve can do to a prolific lineup. That got me thinking about what Stephen Strasburg might turn into for the Washington Nationals.
The Redskins were so close to 3-0, but they couldn’t close. JP lets us know why in his morning after blog.