Posts Tagged ‘Roy Helu’

Good Rex, Bad Rex, Goodbye Rex, and Good Riddance, Rex

Rex Grossman was not the answer at Quarterback for the Washington Redskins. He never was, and now he certainly never will be, either. Let’s be honest: we knew he wasn’t the answer at quarterback last December, when he was promoted over Donovan McNabb. We knew he wasn’t the answer when Mike Shanahan turned the preseason […]

Figuring out the Running Back rotation

It took an highly productive and highly impressive outing for running back Ryan Torain to remind us of what he’s done for us in the past, and what he’s capable of doing, when healthy. In his first action of 2011, Torain ran for 135 yards (a season high for any Redskins running back) and a […]

We Want Dallas

Watching the Redskins in person is a unique experience. Hearing the chants of “WE WANT DALLAS!” reverberate through the stadium can give any Skins fan goose bumps. While belting out the Dallas chant, a sense of pride that has been missing for far to long swept over FedEx. Heading into the Monday clash in Texas, […]

Redskins rally in 4th quarter, defeat Cardinals 22-21

There were a few moments that, after a very solid outing in week one, Redskins fans may have believed they saw the return of “bad” Rex Grossman, especially in the first quarter. But in the fourth quarter, with the game on the line, Redskins fans also got themselves a healthy dose of “good” Rex Grossman […]

Washington’s Backfield to Look a Lot Different in 2011

Mike Jones of the Washington Post says the Redskins backfield will clearly look different in 2011 as the team parted ways with veteran running back Clinton Portis in March and drafted rookies Roy Helu from Nebraska and Evan Royster from Penn State. Ryan Torain led the team with 742 yards and four touchdowns, but he […]