Found October 02, 2011 on Redskins Blog:
The Rams have one of the best in-stadium promotions that I’ve ever seen, where a fan has 30 seconds to unravel an entire roll of streamer paper in 30 seconds.  This also happens to be one of my cat’s favorite games. Even with an assist by the clock operator, the selected Rams fan could not unravel the streamer in time, although she won something anyway. And that’s your Edward Jones Dome report. The Redskins are dominating through the first three quarters, holding the Rams to under 100 total yards (99).  Meanwhile, the Redskins have their first 100-yard rusher on the season, from an unlikely rusher.  Ryan Torain has piled up 118 yards on just 12 carries, adding a touchdown for punctuation.  He’s hitting the hole with confidence, spinning out of tackles, and literally running over would-be defenders.  He’s joined in the backfield by fullback Chris Cooley, who is looking to build on last week’s performance as the lead back. First half leftover: With his first reception in the first hal...

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Picking on an easy target to get a reaction is commonly called poking the bear. Enter Redskins' Chris Cooley. During one of his many weekly radio appearances, Cooley shared his opinion on Tony Romo’s performance during Dallas’ 24-point blown lead this past weekend. Since we can’t tolerate most sports talk radio, we let Dan Steinberg do the heavy lifting on this one. ...

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Cooley laughs at Romo for choking, wants to fight him in the cage

Redskins tight end Chris Cooley is not too fond of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. In an interview on the LaVar and Dukes show, Cooley said he had a great time watching Romo throw three second-half interceptions on Sunday, and that he would love to fight Romo in the UFC. “It’s so good,” Chris Cooley said…

Chris Cooley enjoys Tony Romo’s foibles, would like to see him in a cage fight

  It appears that the only individual who enjoyed Tony Romo's three interceptions against the Detroit Lions last Sunday more than the Lions and their fans was Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley. For when Romo threw three picks (including two pick-sixes) that facilitated the Lions' 34-30 second-half comeback win when they were down 24 points in the third quarter,...

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Torain makes most of opportunity as feature back;Rumbles for 135 yards, TD

ST. LOUIS | Ryan Torain finally heard the words he had been longing for all season long. The Washington Redskins running back got the news from position coach Bobby Turner midway through the second quarter Sunday. "He came over to me and said, 'Get warm, get ready, you're going in,' " Torain recalled. The 6-foot-1, 218-pounder took it from there. Torain...

Redskins-Rams Redux

AP Image Run Ryan, run. As Redskins fans got a glimpse of last year, running back Ryan Torain has the ability to put the team on his back and flat-out produce.  He finished the day with 19 rushes for 135 yards, and a 7.1 yards per carry average.  This was his fourth career 100-yard game, and the second-highest production of his career. He was also your runaway (pun intended) winner...

Ryan Kerrigan, Ryan Torain up for player of the week honors

Washington Redskins rookie linebacker Ryan Kerrigan again is a nominee for the Pepsi NFL rookie of the week, following his strong outing against the St. Louis Rams. Meanwhile, running back Ryan Torain is a candidate for the FedEx Ground player of the week. Kerrigan, who was nominated for the award in Week 1 and last week took home defensive rookie of the month honors, recorded six...

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Redskins Go Into Bye Week 3-1 with Win Against Winless Rams

The Washington Redskins did what they had to do with a dominant running game and beat the Rams 17-10. The Redskins were extremely rough a few times with a couple hits on defenseless Ram players on the return, but luckily for them it was only 15 yards and no fines (yet).  They really should consider fair catch signals.  No excuses though for the way they hit.  The defense did get...
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