Around the NFL: Ravens can’t handle Success

Around the NFL Ravens stumble in Seattle: Just a week after giving their coach a Gatorade bath and celebrating like they were headed to the Super Bowl, the Ravens today once again showed they can’t handle success. Baltimore (6-3) stumbled in Seattle (3-6), losing 22-17, against a 2-6 team at the time with no offensive attack.

Washington 16 – Pittsburgh 7: Post-Game Analysis & Player Breakdowns

Washington 16 – Pittsburgh 7 Post-Game Analysis The Washington Redskins (1-0) defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0) 16-7 and outplayed the Steelers in just about every facet. Washington outgained Pittsburgh, 452 to 186, gaining 27 first downs to Pittsburgh’s 12. “That team was better prepared than us, ” Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said. “We have

Willie Parker to be the Redskins featured back Friday night

Parker remains a longshot to make team Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Willie Parker has just one carry through two preseason games but will get his opportunity to be the Redskins featured back Friday night, Jason Reid of the Washington Post Reports. According to Reid, Clinton Portis got the start against the Buffalo, Larry Johnson

Willie Parker, Redskins reach one year deal

The Washington Redskins have reached agreement with free agent running back Willie Parker on a one-year deal with a maximum value of $3.1 million, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Parker will be joining a crowded backfield as the Redskins signed Larry Johnson last month, and Clinton Portis will be returning for another season.

NFL: Leftwich has strong desire to play for the Redskins

Since free agency began, the agent for Byron Leftwich has been trying to gauge interest from the Washington Redskins. Leftwich has a strong desire to play in his home-town and believes he can beat out Jason Campbell. Leftwich may get his wish as the Washington Post reports, Leftwich met with Redskins representatives on Friday. The

NFL Mock Draft Version 1

Our first NFL Mock is now available. We will be doing 2-3 mock drafts per month leading up until the NFL Draft in April. (Photo courtesy of SD Dirk) 1. DETROIT LIONS, MATTHEW STAFFORD, QB, GEORGIA (6-2 235 lbs) РI really do not believe that either Stafford or Bradford is worthy of the top selection in this

NFL: Skins Taylor, Springs out for Monday Night?

Washington Redskins defensive end Jayson Taylor and cornerback Shawn Springs have been officially ruled out for Monday night‚Äôs game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 6-2 Skins have received some good news as left tackle Chris Samuels (knee), defensive lineman Cornelius Griffin (shoulder) and safety Chris Horton (ankle), who all missed Sunday’s game in Detroit, are

NFL: Cowher, Snyder discussed job

Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher spoke to Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder about becoming the Redskins head coach last year. Cowher confirmed that Snyder called him before moving on to candidates like Jim Fassel, Jim Mora Jr., Ron Meeks, Steve Spagnuolo, Steve Mariucci and Jim Schwartz. Cowher is expected to listen to offers

Week 4 Recap

Cleveland 20 – Cincinnati 12 There was disarray on the Browns sidelines and Derek Anderson was not very good but he saved his job for at least one more week. The one bright spot for the Bengals is the play of 1st round pick Keith Rivers Tampa Bay 30 – Green Bay 21 Emotional game