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Scott Kennedy

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I grew up in Richmond, VA and began watching Redskins games in 1977, which was George Allen's last season as their head coach. I moved to North Carolina in 1984, and I earned a BA in Physics from UNC Wilmington in 1993. Eleven years later, I returned to college and earned a BS in Meteorology from UNC Charlotte in 2008. I used to be on on-air radio personality in the 1990's. I moved to northern Virginia in May 2011. In September 2012, I took over as the Organizer for the DC area Redskins Fans Meetup Group. My other interests are fitness, voice over work, and working on computers.

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Last week, I said the Washington Redskins needed a win. One of the biggest reasons for claiming that first victory was to maintain team morale. I can’t think of a much better way to hurt morale than to allow a team that hasn’t beaten you at home in its last 21 attempts to finally accomplish that very thing. The last time the Detroit Lions defeated the Washington Redskins on their home field, the Redskins weren’t even in DC. They were in Boston, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in the White House. Something was definitely accomplished at FedEx Field on Sunday. The only problem is that it wasn’t an accomplishment worthy of any...

The Washington Redskins return to FedEx Field on Sunday to take on an opponent that hasn't defeated them at home since 1935 --- the Detroit Lions. Before the regular season began, most fans probably looked at this game and shoved it into the win column almost immediately. However, after seeing the way the Redskins have performed during these last two games, I don't look at this one now any feeling of a "given." In 2009, these same Detroit Lions ended their season with a dismal 2-14 record. Their only two victories that year were against the Cleveland Browns, and, you guessed it, the Washington Redskins. Some sports analysts don't look at...

On August 23rd, Washington Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan was quoted as saying, “Anything short of a Super Bowl is a failure.” Well, Coach, let me share this with you. Your team is now 0-2, and in those two losses, you have been outscored 50-7 in the first half alone. I think failure is staring you in the face right now. You should really be careful about what you can and can’t deliver. The reeling Washington Redskins turned in another unimpressive performance at Lambeau Field on Sunday as the Packers would go on to score the first 31 points of the game in a 38-20 rout. Despite four sacks on Aaron Rodgers, the Packers offense was...