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Sudfeld’s former team, WAS!

WFT please remember SPINACH, olive oil. Hey Nate Sudfeld, PHI QB was once whispered by me as a fan in town as a future starter for the then Redskins (because Sudfeld was in WFTs system as a 7th round pick from Indiana).

Maybe the best and most athletic qb from Hoosier U, no sir. That right belongs solely to the Antawn Randle-El—the incredible for at least a few seasons kr-wr for PIT and then a WAS player. Once again, proving how important coaching—systems and culture change (?) can be for a franchise.
This blogger had the pleasure to meet Randle-El in a random shoe outlet mall with dad a few years back—really cool dude!  Try to never lose faith in players like Antwan here in town! Hmmm…always good to see humor within the town. Popeye Jones! Trung Candidate! Robert Davis! It looks like we here in dc have a generation of stinkers.

So, this year does have a special feel to it ESPECIALLY being 2021! -Beer and chips, still the beginnings of a new decade. Let’s pray for spinach, olive oil.

Finalky, if this blogger could ask Sudfeld a question after SUN clincher for WAS it would have been: did that WAS team looked far improved? If so, how had it improved from when you were practicing with it? Sometimes an insider has a better idea how good a team is..for example, in 1984, when the Chicago Bears demolished the hogs and JT in an embarrassing playoff loss here in dc, not a man in that stadium did not foresee greatness from CHI and Rivera’s former squad.
So, time for beer and chips.  WFT is 8-1-1 against the Vegas line in their last 10, a new season starts. In Snyder ERA, no WAS team ever gone too far. At least this week, we can laugh at all the stinkers!

Go WFT Today!


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