Not All Doom and Gloom for Redskins, WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil Talks Playing for Steve Spurrier

Sunday didn’t go to according to plan for Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins. Adam Carriker and Chuck Carroll go over the the 24-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons and the reality of Griffin’s concussion.

Carriker was quick to point out all was not doom and gloom for the burgundy and gold. In fact, he thought Kirk Cousins did a pretty good job in his first regular season appearance despite throwing two interceptions.

Ryan Kerrigan and Alfred Morris also came up huge for Washington on Sunday.

On the wrestling side of things, WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil joins the show to talk about the Prime Time Players. O’Neil, who briefly spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars before injuring his knee, played under former Redskins coach Steve Spurrier at the University of Florida.

He shared his thoughts on the Old Ball Coach while Adam was quick to remind him of Nebraska’s win over the Gators in the 1996 Fiesta Bowl.

Carriker and Chuck would greatly appreciate it if you share the show! Let’s grow 4th & Pain, Redskins Nation!

It’s Not All Bad, Redskins Fans!

Titus O’Neil Talks WWE & The Old Ball Coach