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Posted at 2:05 PM ET, 01/ 4/2011

Football Insider Live: What will the Redskins look like in 2011?

By Washington Post editors

Dan Steinberg joined LaVar Arrington, Rick Maese and host Jonathan Forsythe on this week's webcast to discuss what 2010 players will likely be on the 2011 roster and how the Redskins could be remade in the offseason.

You can also download the podcast of this show or subscribe to the podcast.


By Washington Post editors  | January 4, 2011; 2:05 PM ET
 
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Dude, LaVar, you are a tard. Don't you dare try to claim that Donovon had more pressure on his plate than Rex.

For starters, nobody doubted Donovon's ability coming into Washington. Yet, everybody, including yourself, doubted Rex's own ability.

Rex Grossman was playing for his life. Nobody thought he could play, and he had only three games against two division rivals to prove that he was better than DONOVON MCNABB! Don't you dare mention pressure.

Also, I could give a crap about how much pressure is on a guy, all I want is for a guy to come in and play at a high level no matter what the pressure, which is what Rex did and Donovon did not.

Posted by: redskinsfan13 | January 4, 2011 3:31 PM | Report abuse

Am i the only one who thinks that Dan Steinberg sounds like a russian who got punched hard in the balls?

Posted by: redskinsfan13 | January 4, 2011 3:38 PM | Report abuse

Dan's a great sportswriter, but geez, it's like listening to Yoda talk underwater, or Sylvester Stallone with a Philly cheese steak in his mouth, only less articulate.
Can you stream "Closed Captioning" across the screen when Dan's speaking? Or have Lavar translate?

Posted by: tommyhall | January 4, 2011 5:46 PM | Report abuse

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