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Fatboy’s take, March 11, 2011: Wisconsin’s solidarity


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Replacing a kicker is GaNO problem

How fitting that the week after Michael Leahy’s fantastic look into the life of an NFL placekicker, Washington Redskins kicker Graham Gano finds his job on the line. Mike Shanahan won’t say as much, but on Tuesday the Skins brought … Continue reading

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Hello, Detroit Lions!

Including a presumed bowl appearance, Terps fans have three games left to see one of their best players of all time. That’s right. Torrey Smith will be going pro. He hasn’t announced it yet, but his stock has never been … Continue reading

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McNabb vs. Campbell — what’s the diff?

On Sunday, Jason Campbell’s 47-yard rainbow to Jacoby Ford set up a game-winning overtime field goal for the Raiders, who defeated the Chiefs, 23-20. A week earlier, the Redskins’ Donovan McNabb was benched during a close game against the Lions … Continue reading

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Will ESPN give D.C. some local love?

ESPN has a Miami Heat-only section to their Web page. The Heat Index. As of now, ESPN does not have a “Wizard’s Spells” page for D.C.’s basketball team. With city-specific pages for Boston, New York, Dallas, Los Angeles and Chicago, … Continue reading

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Redskins-Eagles: Back to Reality

Washington Redskins fans were treated to a dose of reality last Sunday when the Skins lost to the paltry St. Louis Rams. ¬†For whatever reason, the Skins have had a tendency to give up wins to teams with lengthy losing … Continue reading

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LaVar Arrington questions Shanahan, takes perspective of belligerent fans

I’ll keep this quick. Blowing up LaVar Arrington’s argument should be easier than making fun of the Green Line in a Remy rap video. I hope FJM-ing him does not become a weekly occurrence. Yesterday, Arrington wrote, well, a bunch … Continue reading

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