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Morning Look: The Redskins 2008 Season, in Art

A proper treatment of the Redskins' 2008 season requires thousands of words. Not wanting to miss any, my employer gave you zillions. But really, all we had to do was post this photo. That pretty much does the trick.

The 2008 Redskins provided laughs. They provided bursts of intense entertainment, moments of awe and wonder, and baffling twists and turns. The whole thing had kind of a backwards momentum, and at the end, you were just left thinking, "huh, well that was kind of weird, and possibly not at fulfilling as I had thought it would be." Plus, many dollar signs were involved.

This image comes from longtime reader Chris, who took a recent visit to the Redskins official outlet store in Leesburg. The model is his brother-in-law, Robbie. And by his memory, one of the freak jerseys was about $40, and the other was around $90.

Signs indicated that the items were sold as is, were slightly damaged or irregular, needed to be checked carefully (lest casual observers get overly excited) and could not be returned. Which would also be a fitting way to describe the Redskins' 2008 season.

(For more images of 'Skins outlet magic, wander over to Mister Irrelevant.)

By Dan Steinberg  |  December 31, 2008; 9:40 AM ET
Categories:  Morning Look , Redskins  
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Posted by: dupa3 | December 31, 2008 10:06 AM | Report abuse

Those are some bad freaking jerseys in all black. Lets hope they never ever wear that in a game.

Posted by: alex35332 | December 31, 2008 11:03 AM | Report abuse

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