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In the face of the president’s criticism, the league’s players, fans and owners showed him two things he can neither comprehend or inspire: empathy and unity
This season won’t be a smooth ride for Redskins quarterback; he can make a statement by still finding a way.
In showing they would not be denied a victory over Los Angeles, Washington displayed its true toughness.
Washington has dug out of early holes before, but with two primetime games against contenders on tap, a loss Sunday would be damaging.
The Rams new head coach thrived as an assistant in Washington, most recently as the Redskins’ offensive coordinator under Gruden.
Washington’s Week 1 loss effectively ended when a questionable fumble ruling wasn’t overturned on video review, but it didn’t end in a loss because of that ruling.
Keeping up with divisional rivals is a prerequisite to consistent success, something Washington has has very little of in the past two decades.
As another pro football campaign dawns, a longtime fan faces a rude awakening.
The Bison’s historic upset of UNLV inspired more than a season’s worth of enthusiasm and appreciation, but it was only the first game in Coach Mike London’s tenure.