Redskins lottery tickets go nostalgia
This Redskins offseason is so nostalgiricious that I just ordered a Redskins Greatest Games DVD set from Amazon.com. Just in one offseason, the team put the son of George Allen in charge, put him on the road telling tales from history, adopted a motto from the '70s, dropped rumors about gold pants, made a public push to integrate old-timers, and released a marketing video featuring an old logo and "We Want Dallas" chants.
So, what would they call their new Virginia Lottery scratcher? "Redskins Legacy," naturally, featuring little old-timey helmet logos right at the top. According to the press release, "Each Redskins Legacy ticket will display one of seven historic Washington Redskins helmet or anniversary logos." Pretty soon, they can just scrap the games altogether and show old glory-days highlights on the massive new HD screens. Or at last scrap the preseason games. Bet fans wouldn't mind.
Here's Dave McKenna's report on the previous Redskins scratcher game.
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