Found November 26, 2011 on Riggo's Rag:
That’s the question to ask. Which one of these guys will show up this Sunday in Seattle? Clearly the guy who shows up in that burgandy and gold jersey with the number 8 on it makes or breaks this offense. An offense that has clearly proven to be … [visit site to read more]Redskins vs Seahawks: which Rex will show up? - Riggo's Rag - Riggo's Rag - A Washington Redskins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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