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Who had the best and worst weeks in D.C. sports?

By Cindy Boren

Note: Show postponed till about 1:15 p.m.

(Or, as some might wonder after last night's NFL contest, did anyone have a good week?)

Among the choices for best: Gilbert Arenas, Jason Clark, John Erskine, Pe'shon Howard, Donovan McNabb, Alexander Semin, Torrey Smith, John Wall, Jordan Williams and Keiland Williams.

And worst: John Feinstein, Jim Hasslett, Albert Haynesworth, LaRon Landry, Donovan McNabb, Kyle Shanahan, Mike Shanahan and John Wall.

(Yes, we had a poll here before. But technical problems forced us to take it down. Please voice your opinion in the comments.)

Steinberg and I will discuss our picks on the Sports-o-meter; please come over and watch.

By Cindy Boren  | November 16, 2010; 10:40 AM ET
 
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Dr. Michael Vick, the Redskins official knee and ankle surgeon. the field was left littered with them last night. and yes, i'm a Redskins fan.

Posted by: m114b | November 16, 2010 11:01 AM | Report abuse

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