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Ravens win AFC North

42-21 in a game that in my opinion was never in question.

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Arizona Cardinals RB David Johnson, Atlanta Falcons DB Ricardo Allen, Baltimore Ravens DB Brandon Carr, Buffalo Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander, Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton, Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson II, Cincinnati Bengals RB Giovani Bernard, Cleveland Browns WR Jarvis Landry, Dallas Cowboys OL Travis Frederick, Denver Broncos DB Justin Simmons, Detroit Lions LB Devon Kennard, Green Bay Packers LB Blake Martinez, Houston Texans DL D.J. Reader, Indianapolis Colts DB Pierre Desir, Jacksonville Jaguars DL Calais Campbell, Kansas City Chiefs P Dustin Colquitt, Los Angeles Chargers LB Uchenna Nwosu, Los Angeles Rams OL Andrew Whitworth, Miami Dolphins DT Davon Godchaux, Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph, New England Patriots DL Kyle Van Noy, New Orleans Saints OL Terron Armstead, New York Giants OL Nate Solder, New York Jets OL Jonotthan Harrison, Oakland Raiders LB Tahir Whitehead, Philadelphia Eagles DB Malcolm Jenkins, Pittsburgh Steelers OL Maurkice Pouncey, San Francisco 49ers DB Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner, Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans, Tennessee Titans OL Ben Jones, Washington Redskins LS Nick Sundberg

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Why Are the Redskins so Bad?

The Redskins and their fans entered the season with at least "some" hope for a better year. Maybe not for the Super Bowl, nothing over the last 15 years had given them reason to think "Big" changes were in store. No- rather, they were hoping for a slightly above average record and to slide ass first into the playoffs as a Wildcard team.
Those hopes were quickly dashed... Why?

First, let's start at the top.
Dan Snyder is not a good owner. He is a fan boy who bought his favorite team.  And even though he is not the General Manager, he allows himself the belief that he is qualified to hire one.  He is not.  Bruce Allen is not a good GM.

From Case Keenum to Dwayne Haskins to Colt McCoy, then back to Keenum and then finally, back to Haskins. I think that about says it all. And there's nothing to look forward to in that group either. Haskins is not their franchise QB.

Inconsistency.  The young and the old are not jelling. Cornerback Josh Norman has lost a step or three.

Jay Gruden was not the answer. As we have seen.... Interim coach, Bill Callahan is doing better than Gruden was able to accomplish and all he does is run the ball.
I remember when Gruden was hired...
My friend, a huge Redskins fan, who coveted getting "John Gruden for the Skins, called me one morning with his news...
"The Redskins have hired John Gruden as head coach," he told me with delight. Oh yes, he was on top of the world and "Smug" was his middle name.
Well, I doubted his news and immediately got online to verify the claim. Imagine his shock and sadness when I was happily able to correct his mistake.
"No Manny," I told him with a smugness of my own, Not John Gruden...Jay Gruden."
"Who's Jay Gruden?" He asked.
"Exactly, I said."

Here's the thing... The Redskins are as far away from a winning season as the Cowboys are a Super Bowl.

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Aikman Interested in GMing an NFL Team

Just not with Dallas
If Aikman gets that opportunity, he doesn't expect it to be with the Dallas Cowboys, the only NFL team he ever played for. The reason: Jerry Jones.  Jones, in Aikman's opinion, is too stubborn to hand those duties over to anyone but himself.
"I think that's a real long shot," Aikman explained on 1310 The Ticket.
"I believe that it's unlikely that Jerry will ever bring somebody in that can help this football team in that regard just because he's been real stubborn and steadfast".
Jones obviously believes he's the man most capable of bringing the Cowboys another Super Bowl. After all, in his mind, he is the reason the Cowboys won three Super Bowls in the nineties, not Jimmy Johnson, something the rest of the NFL world knows to be Jones' own little fantasy.

On a side note....Jimmy Johnson is still not in the Cowboys ring of honor. Of all the people since the Tom Landry years that deserve to be there, his name is at the top of that list and that name should be right beside Troy's, Emmitt's, and Michael's.  ...What a disgrace.

This writer firmly believes the Dallas Cowboys will "never" win another Super Bowl as long as "Jerrah" is in charge.
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We Know Why Dallas is Losing
...and only a new coaching philosophy will fix it.

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Dallas Cowboy fans; do you remember the optimism you had before this season started? Dak was going to be better. Your young linebackers were off the charts, upgraded wideouts, a great offensive line, a top ten defense. The wise ole tight end, Jason Witten, had returned to the fold. Kellen Moore was going to shake things up and be less predictable. I could go on and on....
So now it's the day after the loss to the Chicago Bears and your team is 6-7. You sit there wondering, what happened and who's to blame as you slowly lose your football mind.

Jimmy Johnson left the organization after the 1993 season with back to back Super Bowls, and not counting the coat tails Super bowl of '95 Coach Gunsmoke was able to claim, the Cowboys have been like a slinky on an escalator, always getting there but never arriving; this all under the sole direction of Jerry Jones. It's time for a change. It's time for Jerrah to hire a genuine head coach and retire to the front office to write checks where he can be... (The Cowboy in the high Castle).

More on why the Cowboys are failing in the article below, "What's Wrong in Big D?" by Jeff Beyel who hits it right on!

What's Wrong in Big D?

by jeff beyel
One season ago the Dallas Cowboys were on their way to an NFC East Division crown finishing with a 10-6 regular season record. The defense was among the best in the NFL led by a duo of young, athletic, and very fast linebackers: Jaylon Smith and Leighton Van Der Esch. Now, one year later, these very same Cowboys are in utter disarray, below .500, likely to miss the playoffs, and will probably fire long time head coach Jason Garrett.
How did this all happen? Last year, offensive coordinators could not figure out ways to contend with the speed of the Dallas linebackers. While playing a base 4-2 with a single high safety, Dallas linebackers were able to give run support, short and medium range coverage responsibilities, and even blitz when called upon. The defensive success led to a false sense of security which morphed into a doomed philosophy that believed no NFL team would be able to solve the riddle of the Cowboys' defense. And, that very same philosophy led to a complete lack of evolutionary game scheming.
But what exactly does all this pontificating actually mean?

Let's take a look at what the Dallas base 4-2 is designed to do and go from there.
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Moss gets fooled by former Eagles long snapper's magic trick

Randy Moss becomes the subject of one of former Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos' magic tricks before Monday Night Football.




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