Found January 07, 2013 on Midwest Sports Fans:
Anyone remember that old Alanis Morrisette song…? Less than three months ago we were talking about a professional sports franchise in the Washington D.C. area taking heat for deciding to sit their most valuable asset for the Major League Baseball playoffs. The plan was that Stephen Strasburg was going to be shut down after pitching a set amount of innings and would not be available for potential post-season play. As the Washington Nationals blew a huge lead in the deciding game of their playoff series versus the St. Louis Cardinals, all the second guessers came out of the woodwork. They suggested that Strasburg should have been on the playoff roster and at least available to pitch a couple of innings of middle relief in that fateful Game 5. Which leads us to the Washington Redskins, Coach Mike Shanahan, Dr. James Andrews, Robert Griffin III, and the entire Washington Redskins organization. Isn’t it ironic… How bad is RG3′s latest injury? And who is to blame? (AP photo via SI.com) C...
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