On Washington Sports: Columns By Rick Snider
Wizards Show They're Not An Illusion
The Washington Wizards have won 12 straight home games, and Rick Snider says Bradley Beal's scoring, Kelly Oubre's play off the bench, a better fastbreak offense and an improved defense are to thank.
Redskins' Jay Gruden Should Take Over Play Calling
Now that the Rams have hired Sean McVay, Rick Snider says there are so many moving parts on the Redskins' staff that head coach Jay Gruden should call the plays himself.
Redskins Need Deeper Search For Defensive Coordinator
Rick Snider says new ideas are needed to revamp a lacking Redksins defense, and general manager Scot McCloughan needs to hire someone other than the usual defensive coordinator candidates.
Redskins Fire Defensive Coordinator; Is Jay Gruden Next?
Rick Snider says head coach Jay Gruden needs to choose his next defensive coordinator wisely, because it may decide whether the coach remains employed himself.
Redskins To Reload, Not Rebuild
Rick Snider says the Washington Redskins have plenty of challenges for the coming offseason, including whether to replace defensive coordinator Joe Barry and what to do with quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Washington Redskins Historically Good Bet In Must-Win Games
The Redskins can't reach the playoffs unless they win their season finale against the New York Giants, and Rick Snider says history is on Washington's side.
RFK Stadium: 20 Years And A Million Memories Later
Dec. 22 marks 20 years since the Redskins said farewell to RFK Stadium, and Rick Snider says the memories from FedEx Field haven't been as euphoric.
Jay Gruden Takes Blame For Redskins' Woes, And Deservedly So
Rick Snider says Jay Gruden has been a decent coach for the Washington Redskins during the last two seasons, but is he able to get the most out of his players?
Lefty Driesell Deserves To Hang From Terps Rafters
Maryland will honor former coach Lefty Driesell with a banner at Xfinity Center this February, and Rick Snider says there's room in College Park for both Driesell and Gary Williams as legends.