As exams grow near, I’m aware of how difficult it can be to catch up on the latest news for your beloved D.C. area teams. So, take some time off, unbury your head from that boring old textbook, and check out what’s going on around D.C. in the sporting world.
An NFL season lasts 17 weeks, but Mike Shanahan seemed ready enough to proclaim the Redskins dead after they slipped to 3-6 against Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers
After managing the Nationals to an MLB best 98-win season, Davey Johnson won the NL Manager of the Year award last night. Although many fans around the area were expecting a beltway sweep, Orioles manager Buck Showalter lost out to the Oakland Athletics’ Bob Melvin in the NL race.
With each day, the prospect of the NHL missing the entire season due to the lockout seems more and more inevitable. In other news, Capitals head coach Adam Oates was just inducted into the NHL’s Hall of Fame. However, this seems to be the only only good news coming out of Kettler Ice-Plex in Arlington.
Yikes. Not much to say about this group. After losing to Charlotte last night, the Wizards fell to 0-6 on the year. They are 30th in the league in points per game with 86 and are still missing their number one point guard in John Wall. Maybe it’s a little early, but could a possible number one overall pick be in the Wizards future?
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