Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 11/19/14

LANDOVER, MD - OCTOBER 17: Washington Redskins first 2010 first round draft pick Trent Williams walks off the field after a defeat against the Indianapolis Colts at FedEx Field on October 17, 2010 in Landover, Maryland. The Colts won the game 27-24. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Trent Williams apologized to Richard Sherman after Sunday's post game face shove.  But they weren't the only players scuffling in the NFC wild-card game. The Washington Redskins say Seattle Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant was trying to step on running back Alfred Morris following a play. Click Link Below to Read Story!

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21 Comments:
  • boo freaking hoo. I watched the game and the Redskins were just a physical and looked like they were starting fights, too. Get over it. Babies!
  • Are the Redskins serious about that comment? It's call Football remember! It is a physical sport for strong men if you can hang. Have some respect for yourself you loss the game and the Best team won. Seahawks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Typical Seabuzzard fan. Obviously skipped school everyday. "It's called football, not it's call football and you lost, not you loss. No cure for stupid. This team will have it handed to them Sunday. They are a cheap shot "dirty" team. The coach Carrol was quoted in the last day or two that he told his team to push the envelope as far as they could with officials in hitting RG3. They took a bounty out and took two cheap shots at RG conveniently after he "at will" had marched the Skins down field for a 14 to 0 lead. The guy that hit RG3 late after the 2nd TD should have been thrown out of the game. Instead the Seabuzzards get the ball at the 20....Wow what punishment.....We got to kick from the 50....whoopty friggen doo!!!!
  • God I love to hear that, go SEAHAWKS.
  • Anyone who played more than one down on that crappy field played dirty...literally.
  • I also watched the game and the Redskins were all over seattle, get a grip you lost. Seattle moves on, go Hawks!!!
  • Yea the dirty team got away with two cheap shots to RG3 and 3 facemask grabs on Garcon. Go Buzzards!!!! this Sunday you're done!
  • I'm just happy to hear Clemmons shredded his knee. Karma is dat beeyatch ya know.
  • your ignorant, and an idiot to wish pain on anyone, it just goes to show redskin fans are as weak as their team, its funny that this comes from our nations capital, a bunch of babies, you sound like 49er fans and green bay fans when they lost to seattle, oh and f the fail marry, they were dominated on the line allll daayy, oh and who did you guys beat that are playoff contenders lol the ravens when they were down. you guys came out strong and then got DOMINATED by a better team, and I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but Russel Wilson ain't one. so have fun with RG3, maybe he will get through a whole season next year without an injury, and we can beat you the fourth time in a row for the playoffs. and maybe your owner should be up to date, and not have a field that resembles a unmaintained park in the ghetto, and whats funny is your guys used speakers to make 90 000 people sound loud, lol give us 10000 and you will hear us on the eastcoast SEAHAWKS....oh and RG3 cant even take responsibility for his poor play, he is not a leader, watch any interview of Wilson, well beyond his years, the kid could run for president if he wanted.
  • A men brother, ^_^. GO Seahawks! LEts see us vs the patriots this year at the superbowl!
  • Got dominated?????? You mean after your "Bounty" rendered our QB with one leg. Yea we came out strong and then your coach told your guys to do whatever they could get away with in "cheap shots" to RG3. He was beating the crap out of you with 1-1/2 legs. He just couldn't quite do it on one. The SeaBuzzards are dirty......and done this Sunday....Poetic Justice is what it is called. Russel Wilson can't carry RG3s jock strap!!! Not even close! **Prove the speakers a_ _ hole. Prove it!!!!!
  • You MUST be a politician from DC without morals, scruples, or compassion to say that about any player!
    On that note, hope RG3's surgery goes well and he recupes soon....even tho I'm sick of hearing about it 24/7
  • great comeback
  • So! Redskins, what kind of cheese do you want with your whine? sore loosers!
  • Bounty = 2 dirty cheap shots on RG3. Poetic Justice this week. Dirty teams don't last very long. Look at the Raiders. How many Super Bowls have the SeaBuzzards won??????? That would be 0 wouldn't it. At least we've won a few. Keep up the bounties!!! A guy is ramming it down your throats and gets you down 14 to 0, I guess it's all Pete Carrol could do. "Go get him" Push the envelope and see what the officials will let you get away with.....Gasp...what a guy!!!
  • kinda different when the shoes on the other foot. where were these feelings of get over it when you got dominated by steelers
  • You are completely off-base with that comment. Any gripe that the Seahawks fans had with the Steelers game (many years ago, by the way - and not even relevant to this season..) was not even remotely about the physicality of the game; it was all about the poor calls made by the refs and the seeming bias that the league appeared to have at that time. Have you watched football at all this season?? If so, you would have seen that the Redskins have been (in charater of most of their history) a very physical team that has been known for their dominating abiliites. By the way - where are the Steerlers this post-season? oh - that's right, they didn't even come close to their division title. aww so sad. Seattle fans got over that a long time ago. Well, better luck next time, troll.
  • Dominated by the Steelers? You must have not seen SB 40. Go back and watch the game again or view the stats. Then you'll see where the issues in SB 40 came from. I have nothing against the Redskins, in fact, I was hoping you guys would get into the playoffs over the cowboys or giants. However, a team has to lose, and unfortunately for DC it was your team. To say that the Hawks played dirty, when it was obvious both teams were going after each other is silly. I personally am puzzled at why they seemed to hate each other, since as a fan for 30 years, I don't remember where it could have come from.
  • Did the Skins take 2 late "dirty" shots at your QB???? I was at the game I didn't seem to see that. Take your blinders off!!! At 14 to 0 you guys resorted to a "Bounty"........ Way to go you'll get yours....How many Super Bowls have the Buzzards won????? I think that's a big 0!! On top of what I mentioned I believe Garcon has a stage 3 whiplash from having his facemask grabbed 3 times (no flags??? = typical) Yea I hear you on the both teams lie!
  • The Redskins admitted that RG was hurt before he even went up against the Seahawks. You should be blaming your coach and the medical staff for allowing him to play after they all knew he was hurt. He was obviously limping after the first or second drive of the game. Redskins have been known as a play tough and rough team for as long as I can remember - and now you are mad because another team is getting physical. I understand you are upset about RG ending his season and needing surgery, but the blame should go on the coaching and medical staff for 1) letting him play when they knew he was hirt and 2) not getting the back up QB adequately practiced in the event that he needed to step in - because he played horribly.
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