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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. rissle

    Didn’t know that…30 was the most against the Vikings this year? It coulda been 44. Of course, it felt like they could’ve put up 55 on us if they needed to. And now the Saints are in full saint mode? Oh boy, what a stretch taking on the NFC’s divisional championship round.

    I don’t understand DC’s sportsworld personnel decisions. Anyone watch the world series thinking, “we could’ve had Verlander here and gotten rid of one of Gio or the other Tanner?” Are we so in love with anyone on Offense not named Chris Thompson to have not picked up Jay Ajayi or any other WR that can actually use those ten pointy things at the end of their arms to hold on to a pass?

    The Saints aren’t magic though. We just need to score more than them at the end of the day.

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    Hosel Rocket

    You’ll know you’ve really hit rock bottom when Titans or Jags fans come north to invade FedEx.

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      Tick Tock

      or Vikings.

      Hit the panic button when the Dawg Pound makes an appearance.

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    Why not get this guy to come into the game as soon as you hit the Red Zone?

    I do not think Cousins could have made even one of these running TDs.
    Oh, wait, never mind. He can’t “air it out between the 20’s!”

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    It was great hearing the SKOL chant. Made up for the RGIII chant a few years ago.

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    This team has been the same for the past quarter century: a mildly competitive team that is leaderless and usually shoots itself in the foot (either by play on the field or front-office/ownership blunders) and is out of the running by Halloween…Thanksgiving at the latest.

    Occasionally they may make it into the playoffs, but they go nowhere. I agree that the team is more professional (players, coaches, and management) this year, but the result will be the same: somewhere between 6-10 and 8-8. Things have been so consistently mediocre that the 20-year season ticket waiting list has disappeared, opponents’ fans travel across the country to see their teams play here because the Redskins are the only team in the NFL that has no home-field advantage, ownership has earned zero respect from fans, and an entire generation of Washingtonians now roots for other teams.

    I come from a long line of Washingtonians that has rooted for the Redskins since the team came here from Boston. There have been ups and downs over the years, as is the case with every team. Unfortunately, there have been a lot more downs that ups over the past 20+ years. Today, when the Redskins do manage to win, it feels like they got lucky or “escaped” with a win. For me and my family, that’s just sad.

    I’m resigned to the fact that this team will go nowhere under current ownership. Unfortunately, Dan Snyder is younger than I am, so I will die before he does. My best Redskins days are behind me.

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