St. Louis Rams
The St. Louis Rams already consider themselves the real winners in the deal, and they’re still getting paid off. The Rams gave up the second overall pick in 2012 for a quarterback they did not need to move down just four spots, in return receiving future considerations galore.
Redskins Cornerback Josh Wilson joined the Holden and Danny Show for his Pick-Six report on Tuesday. Wilson, who suffered a concussion during Sunday’s game against the Rams, is still feeling the effects of the concussion, but hopes to be on the field against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
Mike Shanahan said his team lost its poise in the final minutes of their 31-28 loss to the Rams. When Josh Morgan demonstrated a lack of self-control by throwing the ball back in the face of chirping defender Cortland Finnegan, it was reminiscent of another hot head Redskins receiver not too long ago.
Thoughts from the Washington Redskins locker room Sunday’s loss to the St. Louis Rams.
A foot injury will keep Pierre Garçon out of the lineup Sunday as expected.
Garcon was at best ‘limited’ in practice this week, as he recovers from a bruised right foot, suffered during his 88-yard touchdown reception against New Orleans. As the team’s biggest offensive playmaker not named Robert Griffin III, his particpation, or lack thereof could be key in the Washington game plan.
D’Marco Farr, a Super Bowl champion and current color analyst for the St. Louis Rams, joined the Holden and Danny Show on 106.7 The Fan to break down the upcoming Rams-Redskins game.
It’s time for Washingtonians to open their minds and allow themselves to once again dream of winning. RG3 is here baby, and here to stay; the Lebron James of football is wearing a number 10 jersey right now in the NFL. And he is the reason why the St. Louis Rams must figure out a way to stop Washington this Sunday, and not the other way around.
Robert Griffin III may have had an exemplary NFL debut but when he made his first appearance against Sam Bradford, he was just a freshman at Baylor and things didn’t go so swimmingly.
When the Redskins visited the Rams in 2011, Washington sacked Sam Bradford seven times and held St. Louis scoreless for three quarters. They’ll look to repeat that showing Sunday.