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The Washington Football Team Will Reveal Its New Name On February 2nd

The Washington Football Team posted the following message on their Twitter page today:

While many people were hoping that the new team name would be the Wolves or RedWolves, team president Jason Wright explained that those names came with some trademark issues that they couldn’t overcome.

“One of the most awesome and powerful aspects of this process has been getting to hear and understand your preferences directly, and we know that many of you loved one or both of these names,” Wright said.

“Understanding the weight and importance of our team name, and excitement around other name options — both internally and within our fan base — we didn’t want to risk going down a route that could be dotted with legal hurdles.”

Given the date of the announcement (2/2), many believe that the new team name will be the Washington Groundhogs. And a peak at the US Trademark Office shows an approved filing for this very name by a major sports licensor and attorney, complete with a cringeworthy logo that’s sure to make us the laughing stock of the league.

Here’s hoping that they’re just trying to fake us out, and they come back with something awesome next month. Only time will tell, so stay tuned!

Taylor Heinicke Signs A Partnership Deal With A Beer Company, But It’s Not Who You Think

With a name like Heinicke, you think that Washington Football Team quarterback Taylor Heinicke would be a lock for a partnership deal with Heineken. And apparently he’s been trying to land a deal with Heineken since his appearance in last season’s Wild Card game against the Buccaneers.

But after failing to land an endorsement deal with the almost-namesake Heineken, the QB told NBC Sports jokingly that “at some point I’ll start calling out Bud Light”. The folks at Bud Light caught wind of this, and they were ready and waiting, managing to ink a partnership deal with Heinicke just a few days later!

The 28-year-old starter posted a picture of a special package from Bud Light that read “Bud Lighticke” to his Instagram.

As you can see, the QB received a care package from the company which included two 12-packs of Bud Light, one 12-pack of Bud Light Seltzer, three bottles of Bud Lights with the company’s ‘For the Fans’ promo with ‘Bud Lighticke’ written on the box, and a Bud Light hat.

You’ve got to give it to Bud Light, they saw an opportunity and they didn’t waste any time capitalizing on it. Here’s hoping that Heinicke enjoys his free brews (and the $$ that comes along with the deal), and that he brings the WFT some wins in Fitzpatrick’s absence.

Heinicke is the 30th Bud Light NFL athlete, joining his teammate in Washington, Jonathan Allen, along with other NFL stars Dak Prescott, Travis Kelce and George Kittle.

Breaking Down Washington’s Three Top Games in the 2021 Season

What a wild 2020 for Washington, who looked like a team that was going to be lucky to win 4-5 games, and by the time it was all said and done, they were staring at Tom Brady and the Bucs in the NFC Wild Card game in D.C.

While they lost that night, they are a team that will need to be dealt with, and you can see how in 2021 they have plenty of big games to get after home and away.

The team snagged Ryan Fitzpatrick off the free agent wire, and he’s ready to come out and have a huge 2021 season.

Look for Washington to be overall better, and for the team to challenge the best in the NFC.

While there’s a number of great matchups on the Giants slate, including divisional games vs Dallas, the Eagles and Giants, the team also has a number of great games, home and away to look forward to.

Here are the 3 matchups that I’m most looking forward to:

9/26 at Buffalo – Josh Allen and the Bills were the 2nd best club in the AFC a year ago after advancing to the AFC Championship game. Now they take on a Washington team that has to be stopped if ur the Bills, with the number one threat being that defense that can get to Allen. Don’t lose sight of this battle early in the season.

10/24 at Green Bay – Everything in 2021 for the Packers centers around Aaron Rodgers and what’s going to happen to the franchise QB’s contract as he looks ahead to want to get out of cheese land and head out west in the 2021 season. If Rodgers is gone, they will likely turn to young QB Jordan Love, who is nowhere near Rodgers. Let’s see if Washington can score the upset on the road.

11/29 at Seattle – The Hawks at home are a team that no one wants to go up against, as they are as good as any team in the entire NFL. Give them credit, they’ve built the ’12th Man’ award and fans eat it up year in and year out. With this being prime time, it won’t be an easy one for Washington to hang with Russell Wilson and company.

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The Washington Redskins 2021 Schedule Has Been Released

Talk about coming out of nowhere.

That was exactly what Washington did in 2020, as they went on a late season run starting with an upset win over the undefeated Steelers, who were 11-0, and by the time it was over they had found a way to take home the NFC East.

While needing a nickname is still paramount, the team itself is still looking to get better in 2021, and in doing this the team went out and got veteran QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to come in and be the team’s starting quarterback.

Wednesday the league and Washington and the rest of the NFL found out who they will play when. Here is the team’s slate for the upcoming season:

Washington 2021 Schedule

Week 1: vs. Los Angeles Chargers, 1:00 p.m. ET, CBS
Week 2: TNF vs. New York Giants, 8:20 p.m. ET, NFL Network
Week 3: at Buffalo Bills, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 4: at Atlanta Falcons, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 5: vs. New Orleans Saints, 1:00 p.m. ET, CBS
Week 6: vs. Kansas City Chiefs, 1:00 p.m. ET, CBS
Week 7: at Green Bay Packers, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 8: at Denver Broncos, 4:25 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 9: BYE
Week 10: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 11: at Carolina Panthers, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 12: MNF vs. Seattle Seahawks, 8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
Week 13: at Las Vegas Raiders, 4:05 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 14: vs. Dallas Cowboys, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 15: at Philadelphia Eagles, TBD
Week 16: SNF at Dallas Cowboys, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC
Week 17: vs.Philadelphia Eagles, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 18: at New York Giants, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX

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Here’s hoping that Washington wins the division and goes even further this season!

WFT Adds QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to Their Roster with One-Year Deal

Veteran QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is heading to Washington, coming to terms with the Washington Football Team on a one-year deal that could be worth as much as $12 million.

Currently the deal is a one-year deal worth $10 million.

Fitz is no stranger to joining new teams, as this will be his 9th team in the NFL.

He played the last two seasons with the Miami Dolphins, and before that spent two years with the Bucs. In 2015 he played with the Jets for two seasons.

The WFT has been looking for a quarterback after the release of Alex Smith, and right now their roster of quarterbacks included just Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen.

Fitzpatrick started 20 games for the Dolphins, including seven in 2020 while getting youngster and first-round pick rookie Tua Tagovailoa ready to take over the job full-time.

In 16 seasons, Fitzpatrick has started 146 games and completed 60.7 percent of his passes for 34,977 yards with 223 touchdowns and 169 interceptions.

WFT Could Have Done a Lot Worse in Deciding to Dump Alex Smith and Look for a QB

This blogger does not think we should be doing much in terms of free agency except players who the scouting department seen have incredible strengthens or coachabilities. Etc.

If a player is extremely fast like the struggling Cincinnati Bengals WR Jonathan Ross—heck, Ross won an Island from Reebok for his speed—trade for him and line him up and use his speed, on every route, period. That is what are scouts are paid to be looking at film on YouTube every minute they can this whole offseason, right.

Yes. Our coaches also know our opponents so hopefully between coffee and crumpets they are watching every play of every opponent and game planning for as many wins as possible. Some say it is a long offseason, some disagree.

But what this blogger would like to see our GM staff do is have the guts to target a primetime player off the roster of a team or high in the draft and go get him.

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Alex Smith’s WFT Career Will Be Remembered for ‘Oh So Many’ Reasons

When Alex Smith was traded to Washington little did we know we would be watching the beginning of a movie that epic to that of the old Stewart all time classic, ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.’

Alex, thank you for all that you did for the fan base, organization, kids, NFL…anyone, anywhere!.
He left our team with a rivalry so hot within our division–never more heated and more intriguing that it is coming in to this next season and leaving better the NFC East 2020–decade prospects better than last season.

So win or lose in your next stop and our next season, we would like to thank you. But if we face you again expect payback as all players deserve payback when they comeback to face WFT and the Rivera’s regime. However, if anyone is to get a standing O and Presidential’s Secret Service treatment, it shall be you,


Thank you!

…For restoring order to WFT, you were a first class act and actor on the level of a qb like an actor like Jimmy Stewart–always full of class and fought until you dropped… thanks for heartfelt seasons as a WFT Qb. Now, let’s go get a Lombardi. WFT, today!

Washington Announces They’ve Dumped QB Alex Smith

In a move that wasn’t a surprise after it was announced he would not be back the other day, Friday Washington made it official they were cutting ties with former 49ers first-round pick Alex Smith.

The team put out a release about the roster move early Friday morning.

Last season Smith was a big reason Washington rallied to win the NFC East and get to the posteason.

He was 5-1 overall as a starter, and earned AP Comeback Player of the Year honors.

Now that Smith is history Washington will have to focus on what QB will be under center for the team in 2021 and beyond.

Some say the team is going to make a big push in free agency, while others think the team will draft a QB and insert them into the lineup day one.

We shall see, but for now the team is done with Smith’s services.

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