Word on the Street: Hall says Sanchez just a guy

Word on the Street: Hall says Sanchez just a guy
December 2, 2011, 1:27 pm
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By Benjamin Standig
CSNwashington.comAfternoon Snack (updated, 12:54 p.m.)My pal Evan Silvaat Rotoworld rips off another incredibly detailed fantasy football preview, dissecting each and every game on the week 13 slate.If you want to skip ahead for Evan's Redskins-Jets take and prediction, click here and then scroll down(can't say I'm in agreement with who wins this week)Witty look at the Wizards current makeup (Washingtonian)Where in the world has Riggo been? (D.C. Sports Bog)I'd lean toward a front line starting pitcher, but if the Nats go big and bold in free agency, one baseball insider says Jose Reyes should be the target (Sports Illustrated)I added this linkforthose thathave been longing for some Chris Cooley (Hogs Haven)Redskins Roundup - Behind Enemy LinesDeAngelo Hall on Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez: "He's middle-of-the-pack. Definitely not the worst quarterback in the league." (Washington Post)...Hope this level of honesty does not get Hall in trouble, especially since he's right. Revis Island was hardly a punitive location last week (Associated Press)Shonn Greene leads the Jets backfield, but should they need to lean on a 32-year-old runner with lots of wear and tear, LaDainian Tomlinson is healthy, feeling "fresh" for Jets. (Wall Street Journal)Big decision looming for the Redskins this off-season on whether to keep LaRon Landry. Letting the physical freak of a safety go mightnot be the worst plan (Daly- Washington Times)Breakfast BuffetGrunfeld speaks, what we learned (CSNwashington)Bruce Boudreau fared well among recent hirings, firings (Snyder - Washington Times)When it comes to sincere leadership, Randy Edsall and Bruce Boudreau could learn something from Tim Tebow (Jenkins - Washington Post)Donovan McNabb looking for a job (Pioneer Press)American's performance against UMBC was hardly pretty, but the Eagles flew to their sixth straight win all the same (Washington Examiner)ACC basketball down, but not out (Washington Examiner)