Holden Kushner and Danny Rouhier
With the image still fresh in your mind of Robert Griffin III floating the Redskins’ season into the hands of Eagles’ defender Brandon Boykin on Sunday, take a little break from reality and enjoy the third installment of the Larry Michaels Highlight Show.
Former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook had a good old-fashioned ‘my generation is better than yours’ rant Thursday, when conversing with old division rival Fred Smoot about the current state of the NFC East, and how soft it’s become.
Safety Ed Reed will be released from the Texans, according to Houston Chronicle reporter John McClain, and the Redskins should be first in line to pick him up, Fred Smoot said on 106.7 The Fan on Tuesday.
Fred Smoot, who dubbed Mike Shanahan ‘The Red Lobster’ earlier in the season, said it’s time for the broiler for the coach if the Redskins lose their upcoming game to the Eagles, and compared the coach to a grandmother who’s getting too old to cook like she used to.
Roger Staubach is a fan of the Dallas Cowboys. And like most fans of America’s Team, he’s a bit disappointed.
From the people who brought you the “Larry Michaels Highlight Show” … here’s the “Larry Michaels Highlight Show: Vikings Edition.”
The Redskins 34-27 loss to the Vikings Thursday was hard to take for many Washingtonians, but for one Redskins fan in particular, who was suspended from work for ten days after getting into a dispute with his Cowboys-fan-from-D.C. coworker, Friday was a really awful day.
Danny Rouhier, who typically errs on the side of pessimism when it comes to the Redskins, rudely reminded everyone why, in this minute-long depression-fueled tirade on why it sucks to be a Redskins fan.
During Monday’s broadcast of the ‘Holden and Danny Show’ on 106.7 The Fan, the guys played a ‘previously unheard’ radio highlight package of Washington’s football team’s win on Sunday.
After being haunted by their 2012 NLDS performance to the point of failing to reappear in the playoffs the following year, the Nationals likely don’t want to talk, or even think about the playoffs. But not talking it is the problem, says manager Matt Williams, and that’s the first thing he’s going to change.