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Fred Davis went on a postgame Twitter rant to dispute his fumble. [Bog]
Jabar Gaffney also unleashed a string of unfortunate tweets. [SBNDC]
Fun images and jerseys and such from the Redskins-Cowboys game. [Bog]
If you like Winners & Losers, you’ll love these. [Bog, Examiner, CBS D.C.]
“Cowboys eat dick?” Chris Cooley gives good autograph. [Fatpickled]
The Caps really are playing awful hockey right now. [Japers' Rink]
Lack of time doesn’t seem to be Ovie’s problem. [Peerless Prognosticator]
Ovie and Boudreau don’t seem to be on the same page. [WaPo]
Should the Caps fire Boudreau? No, probably not. [Puck Daddy]
Obama is hosting a pretty baller basketball game in D.C. [Wiz Insider]
Maryland lost by 26 to Iona, went 1-2 in Puerto Rico. [Testudo Times]
Coach Turgeon said Maryland’s players “need to care more.” [Terps Insider]
JMU made the FCS Playoffs, doesn’t have a home game. [JMU Sports Blog]
BEST OF MAXIM
When Jabar Gaffney logged on to twitter after the Redskins’ loss yesterday, he was obviously pretty upset. The Skins had just fell to 3-7, basically eliminating them from playoff contention. So when one brave Cowboys fan decided to taunt the wide receiver, he did what any normal pissed off social media user would do: tell the guy to go kill himself. (tweets courtesy of Yahoo Sports...
Well I guess this takes the Redskins and Cowboys rivalry to the next level. A man from Richmond, VA sent a tweet to Jabar Gaffney making fun of him for losing to the Dallas Cowboy's and falling to 3-7. @bam1121, wrote "lmao 3-9" to which Gaffney responded what you see above. Just another athlete that can't control himself on twitter. Since then Gaffney...
It’s never easy to lose a game to a bitter divisional rival, especially one in front of your home fans. That was the case Sunday with the Redskins, who lost in overtime to the Cowboys, 27-24. It was their sixth straight defeat.
A few hours after the game ended, receiver Jabar Gaffney let his emotions boil over on a certain social outlet.
According to the Washington Times, Gaffney...
Washington Redskins receiver Jabar Gaffney is downplaying his tweet to a Dallas Cowboys fan to ''get a life or kill urself.''
Gaffney directed profane tweets at the fan after the Redskins lost 27-24 in overtime to the Cowboys on Sunday.
When the fan taunted Gaffney over the Redskins' losing record, Gaffney responded: ''3-7 ain't a record to be proud...
You might have heard that Redskins receiver Jabar Gaffney encouraged a gloating Cowboys’ fan to kill himself on Twitter following Sunday’s overtime loss to Dallas, using some profanity in some of his tweets.
Gaffney addressed his postgame tweets in the locker room Monday, downplaying the one in which he told the fan to “get a life or kill urself.”
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Twitter is always a fun social medium to follow on NFL Sundays, but this past Sunday was particularly entertaining for whatever reason. As we showed you earlier, Jags kicker Josh Scobee had some interesting comments about DeSean Jackson during the night game. It turns out those weren’t the only fightin’ words tweeted out on Sunday. [...]
Washington, DC -- Redskins WR Jabar Gaffney smacked this fan who got in the way of either an attempted chest smack or a high five.
Things worse than that? Scheduled surgery the day before a...
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Jabar Gaffney is new to Twitter, and it's pretty clear the man needs practice. On Sunday night, the Redskins' wide receiver told a Cowboys fan to kill himself during back-and-fourth encounter on the social media site.
Washington Redskins receiver Jabar Gaffney is downplaying his tweet to a Dallas Cowboys fan to "get a life or kill urself." Gaffney directed profane tweets at the fan after the Redskins lost 27-24 in overtime to the Cowboys on Sunday. When the fan taunted Gaffney over the Redskins' losing record, Gaffney responded: "3-7 ain't a record to be proud of I'm just proud I...
Receiver Jabar Gaffney on Monday morning downplayed the profane Twitter exchange he had with a Dallas Cowboys fan after the Washington Redskins lost to Dallas, 27-24, in overtime Sunday. "Cowboys fans, that's how they are," Gaffney said. "I was just telling the dude: 'Y'all won. All right, leave me alone. ...
Nothing beats a Redskins-Cowboys rivalry for football, and nothing beats this game for player excitement. These are the last minute thoughts of the Redskins players as they take the field for warm-up:
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First quarter When you are a struggling team, a quick start can be pretty important. That's exactly what the Redskins didn't get. During their first drive, quarterback Rex Grossman found Fred Davis on third down. Stretching the ball in hopes of getting the first down, Davis instead lost the ball ...
In Week 3, the Cowboys felled the hot-shot Redskins, delivering Washington’s first loss on the season, and breaking up a perfect 2-0 start. In Week 11, it took all that the 5-4 Cowboys had to knock off the 3-6 Redskins, a came that spanned more than 69 minutes.
According to players in the locker room, players finally had their version of a players only meeting before...