Now we have quarterbacks going on the radio, as Rex Grossman did recently, and saying, “We were a pretty damn good 5-11 [this season]. You didn’t really want to play us.” Honestly. Has the bar been lowered that much at Redskins Park in the past two decades? Is 1991 such ancient history that players have forgotten what “pretty damn good” is?
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