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Horton's Hat Trick and History

The Skins' PR staff looked up some stats on the last time someone pulled off a Chris Horton hat trick - two INTs and a fumble recovery in the same game. Well, it's been a while.

Some of the names below won't exactly connote greatness, though the final one at the end of this post is certainly a Skins legend. Here are the stats, courtesy of the Skins:

Last player with two INT and FUM recovery in first career start: Liffort Hobley Oct. 11, 1987

Last rookie with two INT and FUM recovery in first career start: Paul Tripoli Oct. 4, 1987

Last Redskin with two INT and FUM recovery in same game: Anthony Washington Dec. 4, 1983

Last Redskin rookie with two INT and FUM recovery in same game: Brig Owens Nov. 27, 1966

By Jason La Canfora  |  September 16, 2008; 8:15 AM ET
 
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Posted by: colt | September 16, 2008 8:13 AM | Report abuse

Horton's Hat Trick + History = a spot on the bench?

Posted by: p1funk | September 16, 2008 8:15 AM | Report abuse

Is "Anthony" a first name, last name, or is he similar to "Madonna" with just a single name?

Posted by: Mike in VA | September 16, 2008 8:17 AM | Report abuse

Is there any reason why Rock Cartwright is not being considered to get a chance at returning punts? He seems like he would be like Brian Mitchell. Not fancy, but would get the job done. He would see his lane, like B Mitch did, and "hit" it.

Posted by: Redskins 1 | September 16, 2008 8:28 AM | Report abuse

Reviewing that list, I can only say "Horton and the Whos?"... at least Brig Owens is there, because you never want to hear someone described as "another Anthony Washington".

Posted by: cload & daggar | September 16, 2008 8:33 AM | Report abuse

We really cannot to afford to use Moss in punt situations, he is far to inportant on offense to put him in jeopardy. ARE need to be replaced he has not been a relevant factor in the return game since he came here. Moss however being our definate #1 reciever shouldnt be risked. People are saying Thomas should return the punts. Devin Thomas has done nothing that warrents him to have that privalege on an NFL field, he has to little experience and in gernal seems to shaky to risk such an imporant task to. Trash has done it before but i cringe when I think about that play that Rock recovered when trash almost fumbled the game away for us. Which leads to Rock who probably should get the looks at punt returns, he will NEVER fumble only gains positive yards through his upfield running style, plus nobodys gonna blow him up like you can smaller return guys.

Posted by: Stu | September 16, 2008 8:36 AM | Report abuse

Blache mixes 'em up quite a bit I see a lot of laundry out there. Plus we got Warner coming in who doesn't fare well when you rattle his face mask. C'mon 55 and 99!

At least it looks that way on the plasma (long live HD!).

Posted by: Me so Zorny | September 16, 2008 8:41 AM | Report abuse

"Horton Hears a Smoot"

Posted by: Larry Bud | September 16, 2008 8:42 AM | Report abuse

Posted the entire article for are friends who do not have full Internet access.

NFL will consider changing fumble

NEW YORK (AP) - The NFL will look into the inadvertent whistle rule that required officials to give the ball back to the Denver Broncos in the final seconds of Sunday's game with the San Diego Chargers.

The play occurred with the Broncos at the Chargers 1-yard-line in the final minute. Denver quarterback Jay Cutler dropped back to pass, the ball slipped out of his hands, bounced off the grass and into the arms of San Diego linebacker Tim Dobbins.

Referee Ed Hochuli ruled it an incomplete pass. Replay ruled it a fumble, but it was spotted at the 10-yard line, where the ball hit the ground, and given to Denver because the rules did not permit possession to be awarded to San Diego because the whistle had blown.

"Officials are held accountable for their calls. They are graded on every play of every game," Aiello said Monday. "Ed has been an outstanding official for many years, but he will be marked down for this call. Under our evaluation system, an official's grades impact his status for potentially working the playoffs and ultimately whether or not he is retained."

Denver went on to score, convert a 2-point conversion and win 39-38.

Coach Norv Turner said he spoke with NFL officials Monday and that the Chargers sent in video of the plays in question.

"As for things that occurred during the game, in my mind, they're done," Turner said. "We sent the plays in to the league that we had in question. We expect to get a response back. Anything that we talk about or anything that is discussed in terms of any of the rules or any of the calls isn't going to change the outcome of that game. That game is going to be 39-38, forever."

Denver coach Mike Shanahan said honest mistakes always happen in the NFL.

"This was the best crew that we have had in the last 20 crews I have graded," Shanahan said. "They did a heck of a job. Every game that you see that is within a point or a field goal over the last couple years, it may be a call or a non-call that wasn't right, but that is the nature of this game. You have to find a way to win.

"We still had the ball at third-and-10 and had to get it into the end zone. Third-and-10 and then fourth-and-4. We still had to make a 2-point conversion," Shanahan said. "It wasn't like somebody gave us the touchdown. You have to go out there and still get it done."

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wasn't surprised that Hochuli was involved.

"That particular official gets a lot of criticism. He's a highly criticized official in the NFL," Jones said.

"Nothing can be done. I understand that after that whistle blows, you can't speculate, 'Well, did everybody get the best shot at recovering the ball if some of them heard the whistle and some of them didn't?' "

The play also is likely to be reviewed in the offseason by the league's competition committee, which normally reviews all controversial plays.

"It's going to require a great deal of discussion," said Titans coach Jeff Fisher, the cochairman of the competition committee. "It's happened at times. It happened in a game against us at Indianapolis years ago. ... When the whistle blows and the pass is ruled incomplete, there's just no way currently that you can award possession."

Until March 2007, down by contact plays were not reviewable. That rule was changed so that they were reviewable, and if a fumble occurred even after the whistle blew, the team recovering it got possession.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 8:43 AM | Report abuse

Good morning, my soon to be 1-2 friends!

The game breakdown here is real simple. Stop Warner and you stop us. Here's the problem for you. Last year, with a bad arm, Warner almost beat you. This year, with a good arm, the best wide-receiving tandem in the league, and your very suspect secondary, you're almost assured of a loss. Your best chance is a sustained running game to keep our offense off the field. That and a couple turnovers could make the difference for you. But you folks should welcome this challenge. Watching last night's game, you're going to see a lot of bombs to your secondary from both the Iggles and 'Girls. Better learn now how to stop it. Lots of luck! You're gonna need it....

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 8:45 AM | Report abuse

I love how all these a$$ wipe analyst are saying how good the Cowgirls are on offense. Lets not mention that they played two teams with poor secondarys, and do not give me the Eagles have a good defense becasue they were terrible last night.

Lets also not mention that the Cowgirls secondary could not cover me.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 8:49 AM | Report abuse

Couple things:

Flound, thanks for posting that, saw that replay yesterday, WOW...I almost,key word, almost feel bad for Norv Turner.

Let me go on record as saying that I want no part of Moss returning punts. No thanks. Thrash, Rock, either one of these guys can handle it, but not Moss. He's just too valuble to the team.

Posted by: Greg | September 16, 2008 8:52 AM | Report abuse

Mr. Flounder, you seem to be missing the point: both offenses scored well over 30 points last night. Your offense hasn't scored 30+ since......well, you know.

Posted by: Kin Card | September 16, 2008 8:54 AM | Report abuse

Good morning, my soon to be 1-2 friends!

The game breakdown here is real simple. Stop Warner and you stop us. Here's the problem for you. Last year, with a bad arm, Warner almost beat you. This year, with a good arm, the best wide-receiving tandem in the league, and your very suspect secondary, you're almost assured of a loss. Your best chance is a sustained running game to keep our offense off the field. That and a couple turnovers could make the difference for you. But you folks should welcome this challenge. Watching last night's game, you're going to see a lot of bombs to your secondary from both the Iggles and 'Girls. Better learn now how to stop it. Lots of luck! You're gonna need it....

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 8:45 AM

King,

Why do'nt you wait until your team plays an actual NFL team, before you come running your mouth about how good they are.

USC could beat SF and Miami.

When was the last time you guys made the playoffs?

If that is to hard for you to figure out, I have another when is the last time you won a playoff game?

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 8:54 AM | Report abuse

"Horton Hears a Smoot"

Posted by: Larry Bud | September 16, 2008 8:42 AM

Who doesn't hear the Smoot?

and your very suspect secondary, you're almost assured of a loss

You can suspect them all you want, but none of those charges were ever proven.

Posted by: cload & daggar | September 16, 2008 8:56 AM | Report abuse

Mr. Flounder, you seem to be missing the point: both offenses scored well over 30 points last night. Your offense hasn't scored 30+ since......well, you know.

Posted by: Kin Card | September 16, 2008 8:54 AM

I do not care if they scored 100 points both there defenses suck, if they put up over 30 points against a good defensive team then maybe I will get the point.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 8:58 AM | Report abuse


Ah, true that. But that's why I live in the moment. How sad for you to cling to memories of Super Bowl victories past and try to believe that these same players and coaches will rise up out of their easychairs to deliver another championship for you. That is why coach Gibbs came back, was it not? And you all thought it was the 1980's again until reality set in.

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 8:59 AM | Report abuse

Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't the Redskins pretty much stop the Saints offense? I mean, they bottled up Reggie Bush pretty well, they bottled up Jeremy Shockey pretty well. I'm confident that Greg Blache can think of a scheme that will minimize the impact of Boldin, and Fitzy.

Posted by: Greg | September 16, 2008 9:00 AM | Report abuse

you're almost assured of a loss.

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 8:45 AM

King Card, I like having you up here and am glad you are back but you of all people should know that when you play the Cardinals no one is "almost" assured of a loss. We may not beat you but like last you YOU may find a way to beat you.

Posted by: Skinz | September 16, 2008 9:03 AM | Report abuse

You are wise, Greg; but not wise enough. Bush is the only deep threat the Saints have right now. We have two, plus a hot hand at QB, albeit old. He gave you all you could handle last year with a bad limb. Think how it will be this year with two good arms. Do you really think Carlos Rogers can stop either of our WR's. Seriously, the man couldn't cover his mother with a blanket.

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:04 AM | Report abuse

King Card, love your drop-in visits up here.

To put a more diplomatic spin on my colleague Flounder's inquiry, does it concern you at all that your Cardinals' victories have come against the woeful Dolphins and the middling 49ers?

Setting aside your spot-on warning about Warner and the Cards' receivers going against a Skins' D that's had trouble generating pressure... do you not think the Skins' offense -- yes, even with the new coach/playcaller and new WCO/whatever offense installed and work-in-progress QB -- poses a different challenge than the Niner and Fin offenses did?

Posted by: Nate in the PDX | September 16, 2008 9:05 AM | Report abuse

King Card,

Better to be a has-been than a never-was.

Posted by: Just sayzin is all... | September 16, 2008 9:05 AM | Report abuse

man pulling up the alltime redskins record vs opponent. Having the Cardinals in town is just what we need. We have beat them more time 73 then any other team besides the Iglets 75. And have the best winning percentage against them .624 then any other team we have played more then 40 times bseidess the steelers .678?, weird. Anyways we have compeltly owned the Cards through out history when they were in the East to now. I remember last year but this team is still ours whenever we play.

Posted by: Stu | September 16, 2008 9:06 AM | Report abuse

Ah, true that. But that's why I live in the moment. How sad for you to cling to memories of Super Bowl victories past and try to believe that these same players and coaches will rise up out of their easychairs to deliver another championship for you. That is why coach Gibbs came back, was it not? And you all thought it was the 1980's again until reality set in.

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 8:59 AM

Since last year is a close to the present as we can get because this season is not over yet, lets remember last season shall we.

we beat you, almost only counts in horseshoes, and we went to the playoffs, fuuny I do not remeber your team in the playoffs did you guys make it.

When we smoke your a$$ on Sunday, I will assume we will never hear from you again on our blog.

I love your argument though we almost beat you, that is what you Cardinal fans have to stupe to.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 9:06 AM | Report abuse

Mr. Skinz, that is a very good point and one that I am willing to concede. Our biggest opponent Sunday is most likely ourselves. We can win this game, but will we? With the Cardinals, that's two different questions. I agree with you totally on that.

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:06 AM | Report abuse

Should read:

Like last year, YOU may find a way to beat you.

Posted by: Skinz | September 16, 2008 9:06 AM | Report abuse

I didn't know cardinal fans were aloud to talk smack, seeing they have done so much winning. Anybody and be beaten on any giving Sunday.

Posted by: Ace card | September 16, 2008 9:07 AM | Report abuse

Mr. Flounder, I believe the word is spelled "stoop", rather than "stupe". "Stupe" refers to one's IQ, which in your case is reading low double-digits...

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:08 AM | Report abuse

The Redskin offense hasn't scored 30+ since...

well, since December 23, 2007, waaaay back in week 16 of last season, when we hung 32 on the Vikings, in their building, during our playoff run.

Posted by: Nate in the PDX | September 16, 2008 9:08 AM | Report abuse

Ah yes, Nate, you would remember that. It happens so seldom that it would stand out in your memory. Forgive me...

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:09 AM | Report abuse

Quick question for King Card...
What was the 49ers record last season following the conclusion of the week 2 games?
Wait for it...
2-0!
Another quick question...
What was their record last season following the conclusion of the season?

Posted by: Matt | September 16, 2008 9:11 AM | Report abuse

I admit this is wild, is it not? I mean a Cardinal talking smack? But if you're to change the future, you have to embrace the future. We'll talk the talk, but we'll also have to back it up. You know me from last year. If we lose, I'll be here like last year for my beatdown. No hard feelings; it's all in good fun....

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:11 AM | Report abuse

Mr. Flounder, I believe the word is spelled "stoop", rather than "stupe". "Stupe" refers to one's IQ, which in your case is reading low double-digits...

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:08 AM

You are a Cardinals fan and you want to talk about someones IQ, please.

I have a job, so sorry I have to type very fast and do not always proof read.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 9:12 AM | Report abuse

And that reminds me of the other time we surpassed 30 points last season, in week 5, when a team everyone was heartily "slurping" because of their high-flying offense came into DC (or the nearby Maryland suburbs) and was completely crushed, exposed as utter frauds. Redskins 34, Lions 3

I'm not going to say a similarly lopsided outcome is likely this Sunday, but I do think the Cards will come back to earth a bit. (And lose. I do think the Cards will lose.)

Posted by: Nate in the PDX | September 16, 2008 9:12 AM | Report abuse

If we lose, I'll be here like last year for my beatdown. No hard feelings; it's all in good fun....

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:11 AM

I can respect that.

Posted by: Ace card | September 16, 2008 9:13 AM | Report abuse

Ah yes, the regrettable 'Niners. Like you, they also live on memories of past glories. But also like you, they have yet to move into the 21st century. I frelly admit you made the playoffs with an improbable run, but you really did stink it up in Seattle. One would think if you go to all that trouble to get in, you'd put up a better fight than that once you got there. You looked rather silly, don't you think?

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:14 AM | Report abuse

King,

I will give you credit for coming on here and defending your team and talking a little smack.

If you beat us I will be here to let you rub it in my face, I hope you come back if you loose and let us beat you down.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 9:14 AM | Report abuse

Congratulations on your job, Flounder. Do they allow you to work the fry machine?

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:16 AM | Report abuse

And I say again, I do enjoy your visits up here and wish you'd stick around, King Card. In an ideal world we'd have one correspondent from each team's fan base. You know, to provide info when we need it, and differing opinions when we need them.

And don't try and tell me there's another ongoing internets fubbal conversation that you enjoy as much as this one. (Like, a Cardinals blog or something? Please...)

Posted by: Nate in the PDX | September 16, 2008 9:16 AM | Report abuse


You're a man, Flounder! I really respect that. I promise I'll be here to have my crown inserted you-know-where if we lose. I doubt I'll have to, though...:0)

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:17 AM | Report abuse

What is the concept of "past glories" to a Cards fan?

That one year where "we" almost made the playoffs?
The bold move from STL?
The halcyon days of Jim Hart?

Posted by: cload & daggar | September 16, 2008 9:19 AM | Report abuse

Congratulations on your job, Flounder. Do they allow you to work the fry machine?

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:16 AM

No actually I am on the grill I make the yummy Burgers.

Do you plunge the toilets or mop the floors at University of Phoenix stadium?

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 9:20 AM | Report abuse

No cardinal's blog worth mentioning.....that would take believing to a whole new level, and we're not quite there yet. But it has to start with one.

No, you have the best blog. The 'Girls are too intense, and the Iggles are simply Philistines! The Giants are like the Gorillas from Planet of the Apes. This blog has personality, humor, and insight. I like that....

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:20 AM | Report abuse

You know King Card is right, let him come in here and talk smack, the NFL is all about what have you done lately. But if history is any indication, then the cards will fizzle out like they do every other year.

Posted by: Ace card | September 16, 2008 9:21 AM | Report abuse

Regrettably, Flounder, I do both....I just haven't found what's right for me yet...:0)

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:21 AM | Report abuse

King,

It is all in good fun, I am used to battling with Redskin haters all day, so it is good to have some fun with a fan of a different team.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 9:22 AM | Report abuse

All I ever ask of the 'Skins is to beat the pants off the Cowboys. Anytime, anywhere, everywhere....loved your last game against them! And you almost beat them in that over-sized trash can they call Texas Stadium last year.

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:23 AM | Report abuse

"Congratulations on your job, Flounder. Do they allow you to work the fry machine?"
Posted by: King Card

Oh, snap!

Posted by: Michelle Obama | September 16, 2008 9:24 AM | Report abuse

Last night was a game of the Clowns Vs. the Clowns.

Romo pulling his best Tony Romo impersonation, that dude is a freaking clown! Get outta here with that garbage. Seriously I'd rather have a less talented Jason Campbell who DOESN'T go out there and clown/embarass himself than Tony freaking Romo. What a fool.


And DeSean Jackson, what a clown. He better buy Westbrook and the O line some steaks after they saved his butt. What a joke.


We might not have the talent of the Eagles or the Cowgirls, but thank god we aren't those two clown organizations. Seriously, what a joke. And have they ever heard of defense, either one of 'em?


Seriously last night was a joke of a game with two pretty, pretty, pretty teams with no substance on the field.


Thank god I'm a Redskin!!

Posted by: The Truth | September 16, 2008 9:26 AM | Report abuse

I must run for now. Those urinals won't cleam themselves!!!

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:26 AM | Report abuse

Flounder, regarding your comments on the prior post.

I am real Redskins fan and I hate the Cowboys and Eagles, but I hate the Eagles more...as stated, because of their ugly a$$ fans.


Posted by: isnadd | September 16, 2008 9:26 AM | Report abuse

I must run for now. Those urinals won't cleam themselves!!!

Posted by: King Card | September 16, 2008 9:26 AM

Someone has to do it.

Posted by: Anonymous | September 16, 2008 9:27 AM | Report abuse

King Card may be recalling the Boomer Esiason days...I do believe Boomer torched us one year and threw for a ridiculous 515 yards or something like that. But man...that was a long time ago. Let it go.

Posted by: Chris | September 16, 2008 9:27 AM | Report abuse

Horton is a baller.

Some players can play from their first start. Unlike Jason Campbell.

One game does not a great quarterback make.

Posted by: Sports_Guru | September 16, 2008 9:28 AM | Report abuse

Good thing Horton was there to win us the game after JC's terrible performance.

Posted by: Stu | September 16, 2008 9:32 AM | Report abuse

Flounder, regarding your comments on the prior post.

I am real Redskins fan and I hate the Cowboys and Eagles, but I hate the Eagles more...as stated, because of their ugly a$$ fans.


Posted by: isnadd | September 16, 2008 9:26 AM

isnadd,

Agree, that the Eagles fans are A-Holes but as someone else said I can respect them more becasue they are loyall and diehard.

Dallas fans are bandwagon jumping pieces of S_.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 9:32 AM | Report abuse

sports_guru's comments are about the same quality as the past summer's "block buster" the love_guru

Posted by: chrIS lArry | September 16, 2008 9:33 AM | Report abuse

Tony Romo = Tony Romo


LOL

Posted by: The Truth | September 16, 2008 9:34 AM | Report abuse

King should have stuck around I am sure Al will be here pretty soon with all his Boldin crap.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 9:34 AM | Report abuse

hahaha. Some joker just posted under the name "Posted by: King Card". King Card? how about King Turd? I sure miss the days the Cardinals were our little Gimp ( a la pulp fiction). Can't wait until Sunday!

Posted by: Zap | September 16, 2008 9:36 AM | Report abuse

Hi I'm Tony Romo. I am always 100% into the game, as you saw with my great play last night. It was a bad snap and I somehow managed to heroically pick the ball up and then I might a great play that ended up going for a TD when I tried to....well I don't know what I was doing but it went for a touchdown! Who scored it is irrelevant.

I LOVE YOU JESSICA

Posted by: Tony Romo | September 16, 2008 9:38 AM | Report abuse

Yo yo call me DJAX you know.

Man last night I had a pimp 60 yard reception. I was so pumped to busta move after my TD that I didn't even score a touchdown. But yo did you see my dance? That junk was tizight!

Posted by: DeSean Jackson | September 16, 2008 9:40 AM | Report abuse

Tony Romo = Jessica's B!tch

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 9:41 AM | Report abuse

D. Jackson is a joke. He proved its more important to him to celebrate than to actually score. Moron. I hope Reid tears him a new one...

Posted by: Greg | September 16, 2008 10:06 AM | Report abuse

Greg,

Thank the lord you posted I was thinking there was a new thread and I was the only one not getting it.

Agree on Jackson, he might be on the field already but I would still take are wideouts over him.

Posted by: Flounder | September 16, 2008 10:10 AM | Report abuse

unfortunately Jackson's mistake might end up helping the Eagles reign the dude in....why can't he have just scored and saved that move for against the Skins!!!!!!

Posted by: chrIS lArry | September 16, 2008 10:10 AM | Report abuse

And this moron apparently did the same type of thing several years ago in some HS all-star game: did a rolling somersault dive at the five and left the ball at the one as he tumbled into the end zone.

Posted by: cload & daggar | September 16, 2008 10:12 AM | Report abuse

I think every coach in the league is going to use what Jackson did as a lesson to every rookie on every team.

I hope some of the veterans on that team take him aside, and teach him some humility, and accidently break all 10 of his fingers....

Posted by: Greg | September 16, 2008 10:17 AM | Report abuse

Has any NFL player ever "hit for the cycle" on defense, which I guess would mean a fumble recovery, an interception, a sack, and a tackle for a safety? Maybe a fumble recovery or interception returned for a touchdown, too?

Posted by: Anonymous | September 16, 2008 10:17 AM | Report abuse

beep, and beep.

Posted by: Greg | September 16, 2008 10:17 AM | Report abuse

Does Romo have the worst hands in the NFL or does his Center?

Posted by: Alex35332 | September 16, 2008 10:19 AM | Report abuse

Last night was a game of the Clowns Vs. the Clowns.

Romo pulling his best Tony Romo impersonation, that dude is a freaking clown! Get outta here with that garbage. Seriously I'd rather have a less talented Jason Campbell who DOESN'T go out there and clown/embarass himself than Tony freaking Romo. What a fool.


And DeSean Jackson, what a clown. He better buy Westbrook and the O line some steaks after they saved his butt. What a joke.


We might not have the talent of the Eagles or the Cowgirls, but thank god we aren't those two clown organizations. Seriously, what a joke. And have they ever heard of defense, either one of 'em?


Seriously last night was a joke of a game with two pretty, pretty, pretty teams with no substance on the field.


Thank god I'm a Redskin!!

We are glad too, because you redskin fans always settle with mediocredie. You have to fricken kidding me that you would rather have the dumb as f#$^% cambell than Romo, you think your gonna come down to texas stadium with that garbage of a QB who played descent against one of the leagues worst defenses and keep pace with out offense. Just like foreskin fans 1 game makes you champs. You just make sure you can beat the cardinals because I dont think you can!! Talk about clowns you are the laughing stock of the league you goofball, now go put on a dress and a pig nose you fagg0ts!!!!

Posted by: Anonymous | September 16, 2008 10:21 AM | Report abuse

beep beep

Posted by: Cindy | September 16, 2008 10:23 AM | Report abuse

Posted by: Flounder
Agree, that the Eagles fans are A-Holes but as someone else said I can respect them more becasue they are loyall and diehard.


Flounder, understand your viewpoint.

Have you ever lived in PA? I did for the two longest friggin' years of my life.

I will always hate the Eagles, their fans, and Crapsylvania, also known as Pennsyltucky.

Posted by: isnadd | September 16, 2008 10:34 AM | Report abuse

"Last player with two INT and FUM recovery in first career start: Liffort Hobley Oct. 11, 1987

Last rookie with two INT and FUM recovery in first career start: Paul Tripoli Oct. 4, 1987"

By the way, these two "records" were achieved in strike replacement games in 1987, by replacement players (in case you don't recall these names).

Posted by: Shane Falco | September 16, 2008 11:15 AM | Report abuse

King Card, the duece of diamond, duece of spades, and both jokers trump you!

Posted by: Gregskins | September 16, 2008 12:56 PM | Report abuse

King Card may be recalling the Boomer Esiason days...I do believe Boomer torched us one year and threw for a ridiculous 515 yards or something like that. But man...that was a long time ago. Let it go.

Posted by: Chris | September 16, 2008 9:27 AM

I remember that. It was actually Kent Graham of the Cardinals that threw for over 500 yds. I think it was 1997 or so. It ended up being the best passing game by a QB that year. Bad memory. HTTR!

Posted by: JJ | September 16, 2008 1:59 PM | Report abuse

Horton nominated for rookie of the week but not defensive POW. Kinda think he got a raw deal since he's competing against 3 RBs Felix Jones, Daren McFadden & Chris Johnson.

Posted by: el freako | September 16, 2008 2:09 PM | Report abuse

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