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Football Insider Live: Colts recap, Bears preview

Barry Svrluga and Dan Steinberg joined LaVar Arrington and host Jonathan Forsythe on this week's webcast to talk about the loss to the Colts and what the Redskins will be up against when they face the Bears on Sunday. They also discussed the mounting concerns about helmet-to-helmet hits in the NFL.

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By Washington Post Sports  | October 19, 2010; 12:30 PM ET
 
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Comments

I'm not watching this.

Posted by: PlayAction | October 19, 2010 12:36 PM | Report abuse

Conversely, my Cowboys have six home games coming up and we'll take care of business at home like we always do. Play time is over!!
Posted by:

MrIrvin88

Explain to me sir what the business is that you take care of "like we always do"?

I can help you:

- Is it the business of choking?
- Is it the business of coaching incompetence?
- Is it the business of stupidity as evidenced by the multiple bone-headed celebration penalties?

What is it exactly that a 1-4 team needs to celebrate anyway? Are the Cowhomos celebrating the fact that they will be on vacation at the end of the regular season? Well, that's nothing new. Maybe they're still celebrating their LONE PLAYOFFF WIN IN THIS CENTURY. Maybe they're just celebrating the fact that they were able to score in spite of their choking-dog of a QB. I know I would.

And for 10PetersInMouth, what do you dare hang your hat on as a Cowhomo fan? Maybe you are proud of how gracious the Cowhomos are by clearing the way for a better NFC team to play in their house on Super Bowl Sunday while they fetch beers and nachos for their guests.

Thanks biotch.

Posted by: No_Punt_Intended | October 19, 2010 12:36 PM | Report abuse

The Dallas Cowboys, and their innovative owner, Jerry Jones, are ALMOST breaking new ground in the NFL. What breathtaking style! What amazing feats of buffoonery! Not to confuse Brokeback fans with actual numbers, but somehow, they have a top 5 offense and a top 5 defense, and managed to combine the two to create a team which is LESS than the sum of its parts. Which, for those statistically minded, has ONE win and FOUR losses, or in digits, 1-4. Biatches!

I say "ALMOST", because Norv, former Cowboys assistant and Jimmy Johnson butt-boy, is the real leader in this field. San Diego has the top offense, the top defense, and a sensational 2-4 record.

Next week, the Cowdungs look to overtake the "Chargers" by going 1-5 and proving to all that the are the true innovators in the NFL.

Posted by: dpc2003 | October 19, 2010 12:39 PM | Report abuse

NERD beeps!

Posted by: monk811 | October 19, 2010 12:49 PM | Report abuse

Please stop this.

Posted by: themantoyou | October 19, 2010 1:58 PM | Report abuse

It would be nice to get an update on who is right and wrong with the tiebreakers. Maybe the program could start with recap who was right and wrong and let that be a starting point for the conversation about the previous game.

I love the program and I think LaVar is a crucial part of the program with his inside from being a pro-football player and a Redskins player.

I would not mind if you increase the length of the program to an hour - there is plenty to talk about, like this week with the several head injuries.

Please keep up the good work.

Hail to the Redskins from Copenhagen, Denmark.

Posted by: SkinsfanfromDenmark | October 19, 2010 3:28 PM | Report abuse

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