WASHINGTON REDSKINS PRE-GAME SHOW WITH STEPHEN SHOUP AND ALAN Z
Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup of Fanspeak.com for a special edition of the WASHINGTON REDSKINS PRE-GAME SHOW. By clicking on the highlighted link to your left you will be set to listen in as Alan and Steve deliver TWO FULL HOURS of Redskins football coverage this morning on the FANSPEAK RADIO NETWORK.
Alan and Steve (will join show at 11:45) will break down Sundays AFC Wildcard game at Fed Ex Field with the Seattle Seahawks.
The NFC East champion Washington Redskins will host their first playoff game since 1999 today when they welcome the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Wild Card Round.
The game will feature Rookie of the Year candidates Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson at quarterback, but it is Redskins rookie running back and Rookie of the Year candidate Alfred Morris that could once again command the spotlight.
In the Redskins’ winner-take-all victory against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 17, Morris rushed 33 times for 200 rushing yards with three touchdowns, all career highs. Morris finished the regular season with 1,613 yards, breaking Clinton Portis’ team record for rushing yards in a season (1,516 in 2005) and trailing only Eric Dickerson and George Rogers for the most rushing yards in a rookie season in NFL history.
A win on Sunday would be the Redskins’ first postseason win since defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Wild Card Round following the 2005 season. Alan will start the show by looking back at the Redskins improbable run from 3-6 to 10-6 as you hear from the players and head coach Mike Shanahan.
Joining the guys this morning will be Steve Silver to offer the Seattle perspective.
Steve is host of the “The Show with Steve and Bo on the Fantasy Sideline Network and MLB Inside the Numbers on the Fan vs. Fan radio network and an avid Seahawks fan. The two Steve’s will debate which one of their quarterbacks is rookie of the year and each will give you keys to why their team will win today’s big game. The guys will break down in depth each position battle and which team has the edge.
A win on Sunday would be the Redskins’ first postseason win since defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Wild Card Round following the 2005 season.
Showtime is 11:00 am est. and 8:00 am PST.