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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    T. Rezzie

    I actually saw a different game. The game was close. The eagles had a few better plays. The skins continue to show promise. Like real promise, not moral victory promise but played the two best teams in the NFL well promise.
    I saw the eagles penalize themselves into a near safety to start the game. I saw a Redskins team start the game by moving the ball with a crispness I’ve never seen from the skins in this century. The score would’ve been a lot higher if the eagles hadn’t have made some lucky plays. The Iggles were stifled at first by our defense. It took Wentz using the illicit turbo button on his controller to make a few escapes and complete a few long bombs.
    The lynchpin was the Iggles actually were about to capitalize on the patented Belichik “end the first half with a score and start the second half with a score” strategy. Boom 14 points before the skins O could even touch the field.
    In the end, the offense couldn’t make enough plays and the defense…well, what’s left of the defense…got burned a few times. If the season is in jeopardy from injuries, that’s life. If the D needs another month to heal, then Kirk needs the greenlight to go ahead and throw more risky passes. Besides, even if Kirk goes full Brett Favre, what are the skins going to do? Fire him? Not sign him? Kirk’s going to be a star. here or somewhere else.

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    t. marvolo r.

    I feel like mid-September going to nats games and realizing I was actually at a P-Nats game with all the injuries.

    Who is an actual starter on this team?

    No RB. No WRs. Just a Chris Thompson.
    On defense, it’s just Kerrigan/swearigan/norman?

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