With just one game left to play in 2013, the Washington Redskins 2014 schedule is coming into focus.
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.
Before Thursday night, the last time Washington had lost at Minnesota was a 41-7 whipping by the unbeaten Vikings in 1998 that dropped the Redskins to 0-7 and prompted receiver Leslie Shepherd to proclaim that they were at “rock bottom.”
After the Redskins built a 27-14 early in the second half, the Vikings would score the final 20 points of the game and finally walked off their home field a winner.
The Redskins (3-5) are hoping to post back-to-back wins for the first time this season while the Vikings (1-7) are hoping to snap a four-game losing streak.
The Washington Redskins have placed Fred Davis on the inactive list for the fourth game in a row. The decision comes as no surprise, but it will prove costly for the veteran tight end.
Vikings’ running back Adrian Peterson has surpassed season and career milestones only matched by some of the all-time great running backs in the game, and yet, the Redskins have repeatedly shut him down every time they’ve faced, no matter what kind of roll he’s been on entering the game.
Adrian Peterson had just met his two-year-old son – who died Friday of injuries suffered in an alleged child abuse case – for the first time, upon rushing to the hospital to be by his side.
Sioux Falls Police have confirmed the 2-year-old son of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has died, after allegedly being assaulted by another man who’s believed to have been dating the child’s mother.
The 2-year-old son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is in critical condition in South Dakota hospital after he was allegedly beaten by a man the child’s mother was dating, TMZ reports.