Posts Tagged ‘Tom Brady’

A Moral Victory, At Best

Let’s be honest: a 9-3 team led by Tom Brady (one of the two best QB’s in the game today) playing against a 4-8 team led by Rex Grossman (one of the five worst starting QB’s in the league today) shouldn’t have been a close contest. My primary concern going into yesterday’s game was whether […]

Redskins Fall Late to Brady and the Pats 34-27

The Redskins were their own worst enemy on Sunday, as they couldn’t cover a tight end, and had a chance late to tie the game against the Patriots, only to have a penalty take away a tying TD. It’s been that type of year for the now 4-9 Skins, who have lost 8 of their […]

Good Rex, Bad Rex, Goodbye Rex, and Good Riddance, Rex

Rex Grossman was not the answer at Quarterback for the Washington Redskins. He never was, and now he certainly never will be, either. Let’s be honest: we knew he wasn’t the answer at quarterback last December, when he was promoted over Donovan McNabb. We knew he wasn’t the answer when Mike Shanahan turned the preseason […]

Super Bowl XLV: Creating their Legacy

You want to talk about NFL lore? Try this on for size: the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers have a combined nine NFL championships and nine Super Bowl wins. There are four Hall of Fame head coaches (including some guys named Vince Lombardi and Chuck Noll), two Hall of Fame owners from the same […]