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WFTs Year 1: Season in Review, 2.

 WFTs year in review 2: Washington Football Team and owner Dan Snyder’s GM Kyle Smith and head coach Ron Rivera far exceeded expectations but maybe more importantly they taught us a lesson that they seem to teach every year “that almost every Washington football game whether the team is 3-13 or 13-3 are close during the regular season and postseason.” Does Dan know this about his team, this blogger doubts everything that does not treat sports and players as human.

Even though WFT saw same Herculean moments from Alex Smith, Chase Young, etc…everyone knows we are only as strong as one weakest link. This starts from the owner down to the coaches: we looked pretty strong and finally displayed something lacking since 1992: depth.

Very few teams dominated like the 92 version of the Washington then-Redskins.

Most years, most games come down to the last drive on defense or offense. This blogger would bet since 1992, most NFL games are decided by a top chdown or fewer points, and without a bureau we will just allow that to be an assumption or possible assert if proven about WFT. Even so, most fans of WFT have a game in mind when we stole to show from any season. Yet we still play our Madden like it is the book on WFT.

This year we had pundits talking of 5-0 stretches and needing wins and how true the year proved to following the calendar instead of the video game rankings.

A year 1 of Rivera et al.,

we did see was a team performing at 8-1-1 against the Las Vegas point spread in its last 10 games and including the playoff.

The only hiccup really came against Rivera’s former team, the Carolina Panthers—a rare game missed from this blogger. So in some regards this blogger still waiting for a rematch with Prince McCafferty et al. How’d he look anyhow? Guess they could use Haskins?

Which helps prove an adage of old Rick ‘Doc’ Walker, ‘until we are mathematically eliminated, we should be fighting.’

So overall, whether a 1 point loss to NYG or 2 wins against the Philadelphia Eagles including 1 so late in the season it was marked as definite loss by most pundits pre Opener, this season proved that WFT football team far exceeded expectations in a season where they had close to none except Trevor Lawerence.

So as for next season that is when Rivera and his coaches really start to be on the hot seat. Take a step backwards par for course with WFT like every successful postseason team since 1992.

 It sounds like a typical off season game plan in BOS or NY or DAL even.  Player scenarios, muscles, money….

Nah, we need a GM who realizes we have unlimited draft picks.  Right these draft picks are all given power numbers.  So a 7th in this year is worth this many points while a 7th in next year much less value…but because of this we have unlimited number of points…while when the NO Saints traded the house for Ricky Williams and we traded a ton for RGIII those scenarios did not seem to work…we need to establish is there 1 elite player: somewhat like AP displayed the prior with the Skins who we can get or a rookie who we can get at a value.  I am looking for just 1 elite player this offseason. 1 cream of the crop addition like a Wilbur Marshall when we knew we were good but we needed 1 more piece…and to teach the youngster how to improve…

execution relies on getting players like horses to the river…of course, end of the day, only a horse can drink…Go

Let’s hope and pray for America, our country and the always true America’s team: WFT. Or,  here’s hoping, Washington Trailblazers with a pic of Harriet Tubman somewhat like old design. This blogger is in the far left base camp for WFT.

But today we must drop all our camps whatsoever, Republicans and Democrats and play for 1: Of the people, for the people, by the people. Go WFT Today.

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