Friday, December 25, 2009

"Run Them Boys"! Chris Paul Redskins song Week 16

Here's this weeks Chris Paul Redskins Song

It goes to the beat of "Run This Town Tonight"
by Jay Z

To download the Song Right Click Here and Choose "Save Target As"

Thursday, November 19, 2009

"BEAT DALLAS" Featuring Huggy Lowdown! Week 11 Chris Paul Redskins song 2009

Here's this weeks Chris Paul Redskins Song

It goes to the beat of "187 aka Deep Cover"
by Dr. Dre & Snoop

To download the Song Right Click Here and Choose "Save Target As"

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Friday, October 23, 2009

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

"Standing Strong"! Week 6 Chris Paul Redskins song 2009

Here's this weeks Chris Paul Redskins Song

It goes to the beat of "Dead and Gone" by TI featuring Justin Timberlake

To download the song Click Here

Cowgirl Cartoon presented by Burger King

Apparently Burger King sponsored a Cartoon from Fox's 10-11-09 Broadcast mocking Tony Romo, Jessica Simpson, Wade Phillips and the Cowgirls.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

“Blame It (On Washington)”! Week 5 Chris Paul Redskins song 2009

Here's This weeks Chris Paul Redskins Song

It goes to the beat of "Blame It (On the Alcohol)" by Jamie Foxx featuring T-Pain

To download the song Right Click Here and choose save target as

Thursday, October 1, 2009

"One More Loss"! Week 4 Chris Paul Redskins song 2009

Here's This weeks Chris Paul Redskins Song

It goes to the beat of "One More Drink" by Ludacris and T-Pain

To download the song Right Click Here and choose save target as

Friday, September 25, 2009

“Turn Our Swag On!” Week 3 Chris Paul Redskins song 2009

Here's this weeks Chris Paul Redskins Song

It goes to the beat of "Turn My Swag On" by Soulja Boy

To download the song Right Click HERE and choose save target as

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

"Always Packed" Week 2 Chris Paul Redskins song 2009

Here's this weeks Chris Paul Redskins Song.

It goes to the beat of "Always Strapped" by Lil Wayne

Click Play below to listen to the song

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Malcolm Kelly to Start

Coach Zorn has just announced Malcolm Kelly as the #2 WR for the season opener against the NY Giants.

It's about time Jim.

It's about TIME.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

H.T.T.R - Chris Paul 2009 Week 1 Redskins vs Giants song

Here's this weeks Chris Paul Redskins song

To listen to the song click Play below

I spoke to Chris last week and he said he will still continue to make songs each week even though he is no longer on WPGC.

I will post the lyrics for the song as soon as I get them.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Cheddar Bob Burress Pleads Guilty

Plaxico Burress just pleaded guilty to felony weapon charges and will serve a two year prison sentence. Burress accidentally shot himself in the thigh at a Manhattan night club back on November 28, 2008. The gun was in his waistband w/o a holster and it had apparently slipped down his leg. The glock inadvertently went off when he accidentally depressed the trigger. Mr. Burress turned himself into Police the following Monday where he was charged with two felony counts of Criminal Possession of a Weapon.

In other new Madden 2012 will have an All Madden Convict team featuring Michael Vick, Plaxico Burress, Ray Lewis, Jamal Lewis, Tank Johnson. Pacman Jones and Rae Carruth

Monday, August 17, 2009

Napoleon Strikes AGAIN!

(The Axis of Evil)

This weekend the Redskins Media Relations department banned all tweeting, blogging and updating of any kind from the Training Camp fields. The only tweets or updates that will be allowed are from ESPN 980 and the Redskins Blog. Is it a coincidence that Snyder owns both of those media outlets? I think not. Reporters are allowed to report from the media room or the parking lot at the top of the hill but not from the field itself. Why Dan? Why?

This isn't Nazi Germany during WWII. I used to love SportsTalk 980 until Snyder bought it. I couldn't stand that the only sports radio I could listen to about my team was from a radio station that was owned by my team. I religiously listened to The Sports Reporters on my way home from work every day. Steve Czaban and Andy Pollin claimed they would still be unbiased and still "tell it like it is" but I beg to differ. As soon as Brian Mitchell was let go by 980, I stopped listening to anything that station had to say. Bmitch was the only one that had his own opinion on the Red Zebra Radio air waves and shocker he was fired.

I'm a long time 106.7 WJFK listener and I was really upset when they switched formats to sports talk. The Big O and Dukes Show was quite arguably the best radio show EVER and Mike O'meara is and forever will be a radio icon. I am however glad they switched formats because they can compete with 980 and offer an unbiased perspective. It's honestly a breath of fresh air from the slanted propaganda that the Redskins try and shove down our throats on a daily basis. Snyder even tried to buy 106.7 once he heard they were switching formats but thank God he wasn't successful in his attempt.

Napolean, I understand it's a business but why must you filter all of the news that is reported on your team. The truth will come out eventually. Just let the accredited reporters that you gave media passes to report the TRUTH. Stop hiding things from the people that cheer for your team. Contrary to popular belief Redskins fans are not mindless lemmings that will do and believe whatever you say.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Dear Momma Blache

Dear Momma Blache,

I'm following Momma Tryons example and I'm writing you this letter hoping that you can talk some sense into your son Greg and have him cut Justin Tryon. The experimenet is over. The 6 weeks of offseason training with Darrell Green were a huge waste of time. Tryon has already besmirched Darrell Green's name and now he's making Shane Falco look like Peyton Manning.

Please tell Coach Blache to stop putting him on the field. I'm really worried that the ACLU will start protesting Redskins Park for the abuse Justin has to endure on a weekly basis. I'm not sure if you watched the game last night. Heck I hope you didn't watch the game last night. I'm not sure if your heart could take it. In case you didn't, Justin was burned at least 7 times by a couple of WRs that will be bagging your groceries at Safeway in a couple of weeks. While we're at it can you also tell Greggy that Renaldo Wynn is 35 years old.


P.S. - I hope it doesn't take you 8 months to read this letter

Thank You Michael Vick

I would personally like to thank Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles for announcing their signing last night in the middle of the Redskins vs Ravens debacle. Vick signed a 1 year $1.6 million dollar contract with an Eagles option to retain him in 2010 for $5.2 million.

I can't wait till week 7 when Brian Orakpwns Vick on Monday Night Football.

Until then thank you Mr. Vick for making everyone forget that the Redskins Oline looked like a sieve last night,
that Ladell "Bettis" averaged 1.8 yards per carry and

that Darrell Green staked his reputation on Justin Tryon being a starter in this league.

Your gift basket of Michael Vick Chew Toys and flaming bags of dog poo are on their way.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Michael Vick an Eagle

Vick is an Eagle!!!


Apparently the Washington Nationals Equipment guy was hired by the Redskins.
They missed spelled Ladell Betts name

Keep Tryoning

I know it's been a while since I've posted or written anything on the Skins but I'm back baby. After last years 2-6 end to the regular season, my friends thought it was best to institutionalize me and take away my shoe strings. My mom wrote an email and asked them to let me out of my padded cell. I've been deemed mentally stable and I'm finally ready for some FOOTBALL.

If you've read any of my previous posts you know my disdain for CB Justin Tryon. Tuesday's Washington Post had an interesting article on Justin training with Hall of Fame CB Darrell Green for 6 weeks this offseason. Apparently Justin's Mommy emailed Darrell after last years HOF game asking him to mentor her son. Even she realized he was garbage back then and she was hoping that arguably the best Cornerback in NFL history could help Justin get better. The boy hadn't even been in the league for a full week before his own mother decided to contact the Make-A-Wish foundation to save her son's NFL career. After 8 months of the email sitting in his inbox, Darrell finally responded to Mommy Tryon and train her baby boy Justin. If Darrell Green can't turn the former Arizona State track star into a NFL CB then no one can.

While Justin was being Darrell's shadow the Redskins decided to waste another draft pick on a CB for the 2nd year in a row. Vinny "Yes Man" Cerrato decided to draft UMD CB Kevin Barnes instead of a much needed offensive lineman. Now we have 1 red shirt rookie and 1 true rookie fighting for the same roster spot. I'm just wondering how long it will take Mommy Barnes to email Darrell Green and mentor her son.

The first preseason game is finally upon us and everyone is looking forward to seeing Colt Brennan vs Chase Daniels and Todd Collins. Are Devin and Malcolm actually going to step on the field? Will Fred Davis be awake in time to catch the bus to Baltimore? I'm personally looking forward to see if Darrell Green wasted 6 weeks of his life training 5'9 Justin Tryon to be an actual NFL cornerback. The day Justin was drafted he said he was going to unseat Carlos Rogers or Shawn Springs as a starter. Darrell apparently now agrees with Justin and thinks he is, "qualified to be a starter in the National Football League start in this league." If anyone actually believes that Tryon is better then Carlos Rogers or DeAngelo Hall they better hurry up and get to Best Buy to pick up their $9.99 52-inch Samsung TV.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Devin Thomas hurt???

Devin Thomas is apparently on the side line for todays practice with a leg injury.
I will update everyone when we get more information.

DJ Hackett a Redskin

The Redskins just signed free agent WR DJ Hackett. Hackett was previously with the Carolina Panthers but released after just one year with the team. Coach Zorn is familiar with Hackett since the Seahawks drafted him in 2004.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Redskin Parking/Tailgate Policy EXPLAINED

Hockey Season is done and the Caps had a good run. The Wizards year to forget has since been forgotten and the Nationals... well they're horrible and can't even spell their own team name. Is it football season yet? Everyone has been pining for some kind of Redskin related news to tide us over till training camp starts but I guess my mother was right when she told me to


Earlier this summer the Redskins granted our wish by sending out a private PDF to various Premium Suite ticket holders only. The PDF had a map of the new parking lot redesign and it also listed a "NEW TAILGATING POLICY".

The PDF was passed around the Internet and hysteria immediately ensued. Various Redskin message boards were being flooded with posts wondering if the rumors were true. The Blog world exploded posting story after story after story about what will forever be known as Tailgate-Gate. The Washington Post even felt it was print worthy and they commissioned Dan Steinberg to write an article about the changes.

Fearful that the rumors world grow much like the Jim Fassel debacle of 08 did. The Redskins decided to quickly devise and publish a Press Release to quell the storm. The release tried to place such a positive spin that even Bill O'Reilly would have been proud of. The team loved it's fans and tailgating so much they hired a consulting firm to advise them on how to improve the overall game day experience (How about putting a winning team on the field).
The Skins were going to let Tailgaters have more room to setup and be out of everyones way. They tried to pretend that they were doing fans a favor by opening a new Gray lot but neglected to mention anything about the loss of the Blue lot and the reduction in size of the Red lot.

The statement also failed to mention the fact that all Cash lots will be operated solely by private companies who can charge whatever their heart desires. I wouldn't be surprised if the price to park in a cash lot is higher for a Cowboy game vs. a Saints game.

The real Coup De GrĂ¢ce of the new rules is that parking attendants will be,
"Directing fans who wish to tailgate in more than one space to the back of lots...Fans who wish to only park, or tailgate within their single parking spot, will be directed to the front of lots, filling the lot from front to back."
After reading the poorly written statement fans immediately had more question and concerns.
  • Am I going to be directed to a general are where I can park next to my friends or will the guy with the Orange flag make me park in a particular spot?

  • I've parked in the same spot since the stadium opened and I tailgate on a grass island. Do I still have to go to the back of the lot with the other tailgaters?

  • What if my wife gets stuck in traffic? Does that mean she can't park beside me when she gets there?

  • Why don't they just enforce the old policy of one vehicle one spot? Why come up with a new one 10 years later?

Some fans even started an online petition to try and "Save Tailgating". The petition had a simple and straight to the point request.

"Individuals should be allowed to park anywhere in the lot they desire as long as they have the appropriate Parking Pass. Individuals that are occupying more than one space will be asked to move. If they do not comply they risk losing their Parking Pass for the Season."
Numerous tailgate websites that had nothing to do with the DC area or the Redskins picked up the story and asked people to sign the petition (Tailgating Ideas , Tailgate Lot). Local radio stations (The Big O and Dukes Show, The Junkies and The Sports Reporters) were flooded with calls from irate and happy listeners that wanted to voice their opinion about the new policy.

One renowned Redskin tailgater even decided to write an article that was posted on the highly popular Washington Post DC Sports Bog. The article listed various reasons why Redskin Tailgaters were still worried and it asked Dan Snyder to,

"not tear apart my Redskins family that I cried with in 2007 during the Buffalo Bills tailgate, after Sean Taylor passed away. Let us park next to our friends and family as long as we all have the appropriate color parking passes and are not taking up more than one space..."

Well Redskin fans I have some good news and some bad news. After being in limbo for a couple weeks, we finally have some unofficial/official answers to everyone's questions.

FdaCowboys was able to contact some Redskin officials and clear up the parking/tailgating rules for the upcoming 2009 season.

The Redskins Parking Staff define "Tailgating" as taking up more then one space or driving area with a grill or a canopy. If you are impeding people from parking or passing through you are "Tailgating." If you have a small little hibachi grill behind your car or are eating a bucket of chicken out of the trunk then you are "Not Tailgating"

Fedex field will have signs once you enter the lots that direct Non-Tailgaters to the front of the lot where parking attendants will direct you into individual spots that you MUST park in. If you are in a row of cars and you are car 5 in line and your buddy is car 25 in line then he will be directed to a spot that is 25 spaces away from you. You CANNOT save spaces for friends and family in the front of the lot. The lots will be filled from the front to the back.

Tailgaters will be allowed to park free reign in the rear of the lots. They can spill into extra spaces to set up their grills, tables, canopies and chairs. Once the parking staff has reached the rear area of the lot, they must move out of the extra spaces they are occupying and allow the attendents to direct cars into those spots.

The good news is that the Redskins are not directing everyone where to go. If you are part of a large tailgate you can still park together in the back of the lots. If you don't tailgate and just head straight into the stadium then you should be able to find a parking spot easier towards the front of the lot. The first couple of games are going to be a mess. I advise everyone to get there early so they don't miss kickoff or any valuable tailgating time while the staff irons out the kinks. If anyone still has any questions or concerns about the new policy feel free to email us at and we will do our best to get your questions answered.