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Posted at 02:49 PM ET, 11/21/2011

The Redskins Radio Network calls overtime against Dallas

(Toni L. Sandys - WASHINGTON POST)
Four entertaining calls from the Redskins Radio Network as Sunday’s game went past the end of regulation. Say whatever you’d like, but Larry Michael, Sonny Jurgensen and Sam Huff produce a broadcast unlike any other.

The Final Whistle

Larry: And they’re headed to overtime!

Sam: And some of the people are heading home.

Sonny: Why?

Sam: Well, they just don’t want to be in the crowd with the traffic.

Larry: I don’t see anybody leaving, Sam.

Sam: Well, they’re coming up the aisle way.

Larry: He looks like he’s headed out to maybe get a beverage.

Sam: Ok. Or go to the bathroom.

Larry: One or the other.

Sam: Maybe both.


The Rivalry

Sam: Well, Roger Goodell knew what he was doing whenever he set up this schedule, to bring the Cowboys in here and to play the Redskins.

Sonny: Well, they play twice every year.

Larry: Every year since 1961.

Sam: Well, that was Pete Rozelle.

Larry: He knew what he was doing, too.


The Rules

Larry: Redskins will have it first and 10 at their own 18. We are in overtime at FedEx Field.

Sam: Does that mean the first team that scores wins?

Larry: That’s exactly right, Sam. We’ve been through it a couple times, I know, with you.

Sam: Well, that’s good. I just want to make sure.

Larry: First team that scores wins.

Sam: Ok. Well, the Redskins have the ball, so you’ve got a good shot.


The Missed Field Goal

Larry: We are ready, this is it, from 52 yards out. The kick is on the way, he’s got the distance, and heeeeeeeee.....

Sam: He’s got it!

Larry: He missed it! He missed it wide right!

Sam: He missed it?

Larry: He missed it wide right, so the Cowboys will take over.

Sam: I thought it went through?

Larry: Wide right.

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