"Washington strolled to the NFC championship, outscoring their two playoff opponents by a combined total of 48 points. Their domination was more than impressive, it was historic. The 1991 Redskins boasted the largest average margin of victory among all Super Bowl champions."
--- America's Game
We've had WRs better than Westbrook that aren't on that list, like Henry Ellard, who didn't play long enough for this franchise...
Being a Redskins fan prepares you for life.
Vinny Cerrato believes he gave Jim Zorn a roster that can make the playoffs. A playoff kicker doesn't miss that kick. A playoff safety doesn't bite multiple times by a double move in the same game.Originally Posted by suze109
Santana Moss is my favorite Redskin of my lifetime.
Also, The most consistent player of my generation along with Portis, London, and Chris Samuels
The amount of disrespect ppl throw his way on here makes me want to projectile vomit sometimes
"Watching RG3 today is like watching Jordan vs. the Blazers years ago. Waiting for him to shrug his shoulders as he runs by cameras." - John Keim, November 22, 2012. Thanksgiving at Dallas
These are the best kind of threads. Santana is still playing a key role for us this year, and I'm stoked that he got to come back. Everytime I watch 89 pull in a pass, I get a little warm and fuzzy. I hope he gets some big 3rd down conversions so we can see his patented "first down" signal a few more times.
I think we've all complained at least once about Moss quitting on routes. It has happened. But throughout his career here, he's been about as awesome as possible. He played with Jason "I can only throw it if someone is completely open" Campbell for...ever.
And Hankerson shouldn't even be mentioned in this thread. I'm hoping just like everybody here, but Garcon is the guy to talk about. Hankerson doesn't fly like Garcon or Moss. He won't kill it with YAC....IMO of course. And let's let the guy crack....I dunno, 400 yards total for his career before we start talking about him on this list? Why is ES so quit to anoint these guys?
Eli Manning will be 31 years old when the 2012 season starts.Michael Vick will be 32 years old when the 2012 season starts.Tony Romo will be 32 years old when the 2012 season starts.ROBERT GRIFFIN III will be 22 years old when the 2012 season starts.
I'm big fan of Moss. Won us many games and has stuck with us during the darkest times while being professional during those horrible times. He reminds me of the modern day Art Monk. Sure his numbers aren't matching Monks which is unfair to say because he's played with some rough offenses in the past.
He certainly showed up yesterday, especially on that last drive. He's always been clutch.
Let's go Hokies!
Great thread! Moss is one on my favorites, a true Redskin and a good guys to have on this team. I hope all his work can payoff in the short term.
Cheers to the cowboy killer!!
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Shawn Springish ishh thashh youshh?
Hes been ok, always been a pretty terrible fantasy receiver with only 1 season where he had 10 tds and only 1 season with 90 catches. Consistent yet unspectacular.
Moss is a Redskin for life. Whenever he decides to retire, he'll be part of the tradition going forward. He'll be one of the 90 Greatest for sure
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