Monthly Archives: September 2010

An Icy Morning

Oh, Mike Shanahan, looketh what thou hast wrought.

The first time I ever saw a coach “ice” an opposing kicker, the Denver Broncos were doing it to the Raiders’ Sebastian Janikowski. A split second before the snap on a potentially-game winning field goal, Broncos coach Shanahan called a time out. Janikowski’s first kick went through. The kick that counted bounced off the upright.

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Dare We Admit? Snyder Got This Right

The important thing to note in the Redskins 13-7 victory last night is that it was the kind of game we’re not used to winning.  A game in which the Redskins were able to capitalize on their opponent’s mistakes and not commit too many of our own.  Yes, the punting in the second half was abysmal, and the offense didn’t actually score, but the bigger sins were committed by the Cowboys’ offense, and in the end that’s what made the difference.

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