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Monthly Archives: October, 2010

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October

Stafford wins in return from injury; McNabb benched with game on the line

After so many years of first-round busts, Matthew Stafford, Calvin Johnson and latest top pick Ndamukong Suh have the Lions believing they are on the road to respectability.
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October

Week 8: Redskins (4-3) vs. Lions (1-5)

On Sunday the Washington Redskins will be on the road again to take on a third NFC North team as they play the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Kickoff is 1 P.M. It's the final indoor game on the Washington Redskins 2010 schedule the Rams game was also played indoors. The Lions are 0-2 against the NFC East this season, with losses to the Philadelphia Eagles in week 2 and the New York Giants in week 6, while the Redskins are 2-0 against NFC North teams this season with victories over the Green Bay P...
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October

THN Weekly with Andre Carter – Week 8

It's not pretty but the Redskins are somehow getting it done. Considering how the 2009 season developed, fans may not like how the Redskins are winning but with the team having matched its win total from last year in just seven games this year, they can not be picky at the end result. The Redskins have won three of their last four games with their latest victory coming on the road against the Chicago Bears, another solid NFC opponent. “Winning is never easy on the away games,” linebacker...
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October

Redskins ailing at tackle ahead of Lions matchup

The Washington Redskins' top options at right tackle are ailing ahead of Sunday's road game against the Detroit Lions.
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October

Hog Blog with Adam Carriker – Week 8

As usual last weekend's game was crazy. I feel like I write that every week on the blog but it's true yet again. The Bears were leading the NFC North division coming into the game. They had played and beaten some very good teams, such as the Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys and an underrated Detroit Lions team. I believe there were nine total turnovers in the game. It seemed like every time we turned around there was either a fumble or interception. Speaking of interceptions, how about DeAn...