Sunday's Redskins-Falcons game didn't disappoint those of you still reeling from the Fedor fight on CBS Saturday night. It was one of those gamesáwhere everyone was juiced up. The Redskins came into the game needing a win to validate their season to this point. In a year of bad decisions, the Redskins were trying to implement an offense led by former retirement community member Sherm Lewis. Lewis, formerly the offensive coordinator for the Green Bay Packers during the Brett Favre Super Bowl days, had put the NFL in his rearview mirror. His hiring put head coach Jim Zorn in a precarious position. The offensive play calls were out of his hands. But in what became known as the "Return of Over-Rated King," ex-Falcons cornerback DeAngelo Hall put on a show. Not with his corner skills. None of ...
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