PostHeaderIcon Redskins And Cowboys: Still Rivals After All These Years

Teams from the NFC East have claimed more SuperBowl titles than any other division, and only the Philadelphia Eagles have failed to lift the Lombardi Trophy. Rivalries between the teams are fierce, but the Dallas Cowboys rivalry with the Washington Redskins is the longest running and most bitter.

The rivalry is older than the Dallas Cowboys franchise. The owners of the two teams had a dispute over ownership of the fight song used by the Redskins. The early games between the two teams were unremarkable, but Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Was Michael Jordan The Best Wizards Player Ever?

While Michael Jordan is clearly the best player in the history of the NBA, it is hard to call him the best player in the history of the Wizards. Michael Jordan struggled during his short time with the Wizards, and he never came close to matching the numbers he produced in Chicago. There are just far too many players that are more important in Wizards’ history to call Michael Jordan the best player to ever play on the team.

Based on the numbers they produced with the Washington Wizards, Gilbert Arenas has to be considered the Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon DC Emerges As Today’s National Sports Mecca

The sports culture of Washington D.C. currently reigns supreme. The Washington Nationals are now a powerhouse in the MLB. Their pitching rotation is one of the best in all of baseball with Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez, and Jordan Zimmerman leading the way. They also have a young player named Bryce Harper who might become one of the best players in the game in the near future. The Washington Capitals aren’t the best team in the NHL, but they have quite a following anyway. Fans love to pack Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Joe Theisman And D.C.’s Fractured Football Fairytales

The number of professional sporting teams, opportunities and events that residents of Washington DC have available to them ensures that they do not want for exciting opportunities to take in a game. The number of teams and players who make their home here and who have really made an impact on the larger national stage should not be underestimated. For anyone who wishes to learn a little more about the state of pro-sports within the Washington area, knowing how to learn Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Wizards Shooting Will Be Their Magic Wand

The Washington Wizards of the NBA have had a quite a few bad seasons in recent memory. Being bad does have its advantages though, namely being able to pick high in the draft and build a solid team. The Wizards have been doing that with the recent additions of John Wall, Bradely Beal and Chris Singleton.

They play in a tough Eastern conference that is going to be difficult to win in if they do not improve in key areas. Defense is always a question Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon The Cardinals Still Going After Passing Nationals Test

Last season obviously wasn’t a fluke. The St. Louis Cardinals are proving to everyone why they won the World Series last year. A big uproar was made when they dealt Albert Pujols to the Angels. They were losing their franchise player and they were done. That wasn’t the case. The Angels didn’t even make the playoffs, while the Cardinals squeaked in. They beat Atlanta in the new wildcard format game. Then they got Washington.

The Nationals were Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Washington DC: The New Sports Hollywood

It had been sometime since a Washington sports team had been relevant. The Washington Nationals had been below 500 team for years. The Washington Redskins, buying every free agent they could get their hands on, were lucky if they could be a wildcard team. It had been a long time since the people in the capital could be proud of their hometown team. That all changed this year. All eyes are on D.C..

The Nationals defied all expectations this year. Many people thought it the Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon The Nationals Will Be Back And Other Stories

The Washington Nationals fell short this year in the playoffs. They lost to the defending World Series Champions, the St. Louis Cardinals. Despite being eliminated from the playoffs, there are plenty of reasons for the Nationals’ fan base to get excited. First and foremost, next year, the Nationals will have a healthy Stephen Strasburg. Secondly, the Nationals finished with the best record in Major League Baseball, at 98-64. Lastly, the Nationals have the perfect mix of young talent and veteran leadership. Their young ace,, Strasburg, is who they built the team is around. Their manager, Davey Johnson, coached one of the greatest teams in Major League Baseball history, the 1986 Mets. Their mixture of youth, talent, and wisdom will lead them back to the playoffs in 2013. In other Washington sports news, this Sunday, the Redskins take on their division rival, the New York Giants. Robert Griffin III leads the Redskins in an important game that could eventually decide who wins the division. Griffin is looking to build on last week’s success against Minnesota, but will be facing one of the NFL’s stingiest defenses. The game may ultimately come down to Griffin’s ability to elude the Giants’ pass rush. If Griffin can stay upright, Washington stands a good chance of coming out on top.

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