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Thoughts on Washington Redskins vs. Denver Broncos

Disgusting. Absolutely disgusting. Unbelievably, terribly disgusting.

The Washington Redskins went into halftime tied at 7 against the Denver Broncos, the lowest point total the Broncos have posted in the first half all season. The defense was playing very well, while the offense was doing just enough to not get us in serious trouble.

Enter the second half, and the Redskins get up 21-7 off of outstanding defense and capitalizing. Alfred Morris was running hard.

And then the Broncos mount a comeback, and build a lead, and rattle off point after point on their way to a 45-21 victory. The worst part about it was the absolute collapse of the PLAYCALLING, not all the PLAYING.

Yeah, RGIII was off, badly. You counter that by giving him a few screens to THE RUNNING BACK to find his rhythm and help keep the defense honest by not sending insane blitzes up the middle. Rob had plenty of opportunities to take off or hit a man deep (missed pass to Morgan and Garcon who was open on his way to the e…

The Second Constitutional Convention

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by
their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit
of Happiness."

It was upon this idea, this singular principle that We the People of these United States made our stand against the British Empire and declared our independence. It was upon this principle that the Founding Fathers established the supreme law of our land and laid the foundation for our future. And it is upon this principle that We the People must now stand upon that foundation and erect a nation greater than anything the Founding Fathers could have envisioned.

The United States Constitution, the supreme law of our land, was conceived as a living document dynamic enough to account for and adapt to change, yet static enough to provide stability. The concept itself was genius and the execution, for that time, virtually flawless. It is a magnificent construct and its im…