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Super Bowl Day Pregame Discussion Threadby Mark Tyler on February 2, 2020 at 1:05 pm
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Today’s the big one…then fans go into hiding for the next 6 months until we get some football again. I find it very difficult to go without meaningful football for six months. Luckily, I have become a pretty big baseball fan over the last 10 years, so that helps pass the time. And obviously, we have free agency and the draft to help keep us sane for a few months. Anyways, let’s discuss some of your favorite Super Bowl game prep. Maybe it’s food, a big party, gambling; etc. Some possible discussion topics: – Who are you pulling for? – Can you root for Kyle Shanahan after all the digs he’s taken at our organization? – Predict the score… – Do you wear your favorite team’s jersey to your Super Bowl party? – Who’s betting the game? What are your bets? – Game Spread – what’s your favorite food for the big game? – Drink of choice? – Halftime show – will you watch? – Best Super Bowl national anthem you’ve ever seen? – If the Redskins were in the game, what would your routine look like? – What number will Chase Young wear? Oh, and Happy Groundhog Day!
All aTwitter: 2 February 2020by Bill-in-Bangkok on February 2, 2020 at 5:00 am
Photo by Lee Coleman/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images News, links to articles, updates and more from DC area writers and national sports journalists All atwitter will be posted at the beginning of every day (at midnight in Washington, DC). The goal is to give readers a handy spot to check the Redskins beat writers & bloggers, and national sports journalists to keep up on the latest news about the Redskins, the NFL, and sports in general, along with a smattering of other things. atwitter [ uh-twit-er ]adjective excited; nervous; aflutter; twittering The first known use of atwitter was in 1833 NFL News twitter feed: Tweets from https://twitter.com/ScottJenningsHH/lists/nfl-rumors-and-reporters Redskins twitter feed: Tweets from https://twitter.com/ScottJenningsHH/lists/beat-writers “Very much lucky to be alive. Very lucky to still have my leg.”Alex Smith tells @JeremySchaap how his 2018 injury almost cost him everything. pic.twitter.com/z4DQIH1EgY— Outside The Lines (@OTLonESPN) February 1, 2020 Impossible not to be rooting for & have massive respect for Alex Smith. #Redskins pic.twitter.com/Q22zBhkPM5— Al Galdi (@AlGaldi) February 1, 2020 Alex Smith… holy shithttps://t.co/Oxm8Oj7Ajl pic.twitter.com/U3OQcgXM1N— Danny (@recordsANDradio) February 1, 2020 pic.twitter.com/wflxCeDcSQ— Elizabeth Smith (@lizbsmith11) February 1, 2020 “If Alex is healthy and he's rolling, and he's competing, and he wins the job, he'll be the starter. I mean, it's that simple. And vice versa. If Dwayne goes out and does the things he's supposed to, developing like we're hoping he can, he'll start. This is about competition.” https://t.co/vxT18NZi1V— Burgundy Blog (@BurgundyBlog) February 1, 2020 Alex Smith w/Jeremy Schaap on Outside the Lines right now. Smith nearly died, lost leg, and is still healing today. If he plays football again, it would be one of the all-time sports comebacks. #Redskins— Kevin Sheehan (@kevinsheehanDC) February 1, 2020 Rivera to @JPFinlayNBCS in #RedskinsTalk pod: “If people don't want to buy into what the vision is, people don't want to agree with what you want to do, and how you want it, we gotta get rid of them.”— Burgundy Blog (@BurgundyBlog) January 31, 2020 Happy Birthday @VernonDavis85 Thank you for all you do to make our community a better place! #HTTR | #RedskinsGiveBack pic.twitter.com/r2Iu4WmltF— Redskins Community (@RedskinsCR) February 1, 2020 “I'm tired of always hearing, ‘He shows glimpses…'” Good @kareemcopeland story on Derrius Guice's injury frustration. https://t.co/O5pCkVw49V— Les Carpenter (@Lescarpenter) February 1, 2020 Congrats to @AdrianPeterson, winner of the 2019 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award! Another great honor for 2️⃣6️⃣‼️#HTTR pic.twitter.com/uXQyiCdV9u— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) February 2, 2020 “To me, it's all about inspiring others, uplifting others, that's the main objective when it comes to life in general. And having this platform, that's how I want it to be used.” #HTTR : #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) February 2, 2020 Proud of you brother @AdrianPeterson ❤️ pic.twitter.com/POmL4ctCuO— 2️⃣9️⃣ (@DhaSickest) February 2, 2020 QBs : Todd Rosenberg/NFL pic.twitter.com/QSs4OXSeV5— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) February 2, 2020 “He's an example on and off the field of what it is supposed to look like. How to work and someone to look up to especially in the locker room.” We caught up with @dh_simba7 on the #NFLHonors red carpet to talk about @AdrianPeterson's award and more. #NFLHonors |8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/WtqEMDjkYd— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) February 2, 2020 The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2020: S Troy Polamalu RB Edgerrin James S Steve Atwater G Steve Hutchinson WR Isaac Bruce.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 1, 2020 #Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is the MVP for the 2019 season. For the second time ever, there was a unanimous MVP. Unreal.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 1, 2020 The 2019 Most Valuable Player.@Lj_era8 joins @TomBrady as the only players in NFL history to be unanimously selected as MVP! #NFLHonors pic.twitter.com/HxhwdW1dF2— NFL (@NFL) February 2, 2020 : Cardinals QB Kyler Murray named 2019 NFL Offensive Rookie of Yearhttps://t.co/0FPUKNlkV4 pic.twitter.com/rZOwvxVptQ— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) February 1, 2020 NFL s:MVP: Ravens QB Lamar JacksonDPOY: Patriots CB Stephon GilmoreOPOY: Saints WR Michael ThomasCPOY: Titans QB Ryan TannehillOROY: Cardinals QB Kyler MurrayDROY: 49ers DE Nick Bosa COY: Ravens John HarbaughACOY: Ravens Greg Roman— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 1, 2020 Former Patriot Chandler Jones finished second in Defensive Player of the Year voting behind Stephon Gilmore.Final voting tallies (out of 50):Gilmore: 21Jones: 14T.J. Watt: 10Shaq Barrett: 2Danielle Hunter: 1Tre'Davious White: 1Aaron Donald: 1— Zack Cox (@ZackCoxNESN) February 1, 2020 Here are the full voting results for the 2019 AP NFL awards▪️ MVP▪️ Offensive Player Of The Year▪️ Defensive Player Of The Year▪️ Comeback Player Of The Year▪️ Defensive Rookie Of The Year▪️ Offensive Rookie Of The Year▪️ Coach Of The Year▪️ Assistant Coach Of The Year pic.twitter.com/DgIYXsZ3Aw— René Bugner (@RNBWCV) February 1, 2020 All 50 AP voters picked Lamar Jackson as MVP.All 9 Sports Illustrated voters picked Jackson.The Pro Football Writers Association picked Jackson.Sporting News picked Jackson.PFF picked… Russell Wilson as MVP.— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) February 2, 2020 We're live at Pro Football Hall of Fame voting on South Beach, where #Steelers safety Troy Polamalu is considered a virtual lock … and then the field is largely wide open. @nflnetwork @gmfb pic.twitter.com/eqWZjRmtdK— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) February 1, 2020 No longer eligible for this committee. Up to the seniors now. This group totally botched it https://t.co/njteqN0n4z— Andy Pollin (@andypollin1) February 1, 2020 Colts of the 2000sHall of Fame exec — Bill PolianHall of Fame coach — Tony DungyHall of Fame QB — Peyton Manning (eligible next year)Hall of Fame WR — Marvin HarrisonHall of Fame RB — Edgerrin James— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) February 1, 2020 Genuinely surprised by Stephen A.'s inability tonight to match the tone of the moment. Can't drop the schtick even for just one day. My expectations of him are consistently low and he still manages to disappoint.— Sports Media Watch (@paulsen_smw) February 1, 2020 George Kittle sustaining blocks is football pornography. pic.twitter.com/kG4joYb2Op— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) February 1, 2020 It's been a long road to #SBLIV but @RMos_8Ball made it. pic.twitter.com/cNQwVmbs4n— Strong Side (@strongsidenfl) February 2, 2020 When chaos breaks loose, @NFL calls in Bill Vinovich. Low flag count, efficient administration and, as we explain, not at fault for missed call in 2018 NFC Championship Game. https://t.co/BSUJxFSGIB— Kevin Seifert (@SeifertESPN) February 1, 2020 Just once in the last 16 Super Bowls has a player rushed for 100 yards in a winning effort. Will that change tomorrow?This graph shows the # of rushing yards by the leading rusher for the winning and losing team in each Super