The offseason. A time when Redskin fans gradually stop complaining about the team and start complaining about other things: the cold weather, then the humidity, then the humidity AND the Nationals
Welp, it was a good run. No, it was a great run. But unfortunately, it came to an end on Sunday, when the Redskins lost to Seattle, 24-14, ending their season and their seven-game streak.
In typical heart-attack-inducing fashion, the Eagles-Redskins game came down to the final play, thankfully, the we held the Eagles, defeating them 27-20.
I may be the most negative Redskins fan on the planet. And even I’m getting excited. I haven’t had this much fun watching the Redskins since I was a little girl–long before Tony Romo was playing like one.
Between the Redskins’ win and news of Kate Middleton’s baby, I can say with certainty it was the happiest Monday I’ve had in a while.
This season has really run the full spectrum of emotions: we’ve laughed, we’ve cried, we’ve screamed, we’ve stared blankly at the television. But at least we beat Dallas.
The Redskins won! Time to rejoice! Time to celebrate! Now we face the dreaded Thanksgiving game.
After so many years of disappointment, believe it or not, I can stay pretty positive about the Redskins. That usually lasts until week eight or nine.
Sunday’s loss was just a heartbreaker. No other way around it.
Despite a slow first-quarter start, the Redskins snapped their eight-game home losing streak with a win over the Vikings. HAIL!