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The best and worst weeks in D.C. sports

Before you move on to thinking about the week ahead in D.C. sports, we ask you to take a look back and focus on who did well and who, well, stunk in the last seven days.

Dan Steinberg and Cindy Boren will talk about the heroes and goats of the last week in their video discussion show, the D.C. Sports-o-meter, today at 1 p.m. They have some ideas, but we'd like to hear yours, too. Start by ranking the candidates below, and please feel free to expound on your rankings -- or nominate others -- in the comments.

By Jon DeNunzio  | November 1, 2010; 10:56 AM ET
 
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Why is Riggleman on the "worst" list? Unless I missed something, all he did this week was get extended as the Nats manager. True, the Nats suck, but I suspect Riggleman would personally regard this as great news as he continues to get paid as one of only a handful of Major League Baseball Managers.

Posted by: wahoo2x | November 1, 2010 11:32 AM | Report abuse

"Why is Riggleman on the "worst" list"

I agree WHY???

Well it is part of the Bog to slam the Nationals whenever they can so maybe it fits with that policy

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Posted by: adfjsfsfg | November 1, 2010 12:39 PM | Report abuse

I guess the Fridge being voted into the 6th best spot shows how people around here really don't care all that much about Terps football.

Friedgen just about saved his job for next season, guaranteed a bowl game, coached his team to 62 points and a homecoming win. I'm calling that a good week.

Posted by: Kev29 | November 1, 2010 12:46 PM | Report abuse

Not sure what Grossman is doing on the "worst" list either. He played about the way you would expect him to play in an impossible situation, so it's a wash. He showed he is who he thought he is.

Posted by: zimbar | November 1, 2010 2:34 PM | Report abuse

Regarding Grossman: He may be awful but the O line is a disaster after years of drafting receivers who cant receive. As for McNabb, he never has had to try to play behind such terrible protection.

Regarding the slam at the Nationals: We were told up front that building a winning team would take time. For the last two years the kid pitchers have been trying to find their way...so what did anyone expect...Cy Young? The few experienced pitchers all seemed to have injury probs which is why they were available.

The bottom line is the Nationals are going the right way and Riggleman is the right guy. Hells bells I go back to Bobo Newsome et al and in those days they never were a contender even with Stan Spence, Cecil Travis, Mickey Vernon etc.

Posted by: fatdadret1 | November 1, 2010 6:01 PM | Report abuse

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