Tag Archive: Brandon Meriweather

Jun 30

How deep is the safety position for the Redskins?

The Washington Redskins had a weak spot at safety last season. That may change with the addition of Ryan Clark the former Pittsburgh Steelers safety. Bringing in Clark was a smart decision for the Washington Redskins as he played all 16 games last year, over 100 tackles, and he’s a great leader for the Redskins …

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May 08

Position Outlook: Safety

The Redskins haven’t found a long term solution at safety since the tragic death of Sean Taylor. Obviously, Sean Taylor was a special player, and no one expected replacing him would be easy. However, the position has remained a weak point of the Redskins for far too long now.

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Apr 29

Making the case for Jimmie Ward at 34

The Washington Redskins have a lot of needs heading into the draft, and will likely use a best player available approach to this May’s draft. The Redskins could go a number of different directions with the 34th pick. You could make an argument for the Skins drafting the offensive line, defensive line, linebacker, or secondary …

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Dec 06

Now that we are clinched out; what's left?

There was no screaming and yelling this time. Sure, the Skins blew a 14-0 lead to the NY Giants last Sunday night. But RG III was on some sort of a record pace early throwing the ball around plus he ran the ball so well. And look who showed up. Fred Davis. Remember him? There …

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Nov 26

Got beat by a better team

I think my Terps will have a decent year. This Jake Layman kid can fill it up outside and Dez Wells is a player, too. Oh, sorry this is Redskins blog isn’t it? Well, it was a game for a half last night in suburban Maryland. We couldn’t move the ball to save our lives …

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Sep 15

They are laughing at us

I sensed that laughing by the Green Bay Packers and crowd came when the Redskins were down 31-0. Everyone and their brother had the Skins losing heading into Sunday’s afternoon contest (sort of) with the winless Packers. Heck it was only 3-0 early. And then Aaron Rodgers lit the Skins defense up. It was embarrasing. …

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