As should be expected when a team goes 8-7-1, there were plenty of good moments and a lot of frustrating times during the Redskins’ 2016 season. Over the next couple of weeks, Redskins Insiders Rich Tandler and JP Finlay will take detailed looks at the 10 best plays of 2016 and, to present a more complete picture of the season, the 10 worst. No. 10 worst play of 2016 Redskins at Bears Week 16 6:35 left in Q1, Bears ball 3rd and 18 at their own 22, Redskins leading 7-0 Matt Barkley pass deep middle to Deonte Thompson to CHI 40 for 18 yards (Deshazor Everett). Related: Redskins defensive coordinator resume: Jason Tarver Tandler: This was not an important play in the grand scheme of things. It was
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ 8-7 win over the Washington Capitals on Monday night was one of the most entertaining regular-season games in recent memory. It was also one of the most controversial games in recent memory, which is understandable when the Capitals and Penguins are on the ice. Patric Hornqvist cross-checked forward TJ Oshie in the chin, causing the Caps forward to leave the game briefly.
Rudy Gay was dealing on Wednesday night, getting to the rim and knocking down jumpers en route to 21 points on 13 shots to help the Sacramento Kings build a big lead over the visiting Indiana Pacers. With just under 30 seconds left in the third quarter, and the Kings holding a 10-point edge over the