The Washington Redskins face a must-win game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. The question is whether Robert Griffin III or Kirk Cousins will be under center. The bigger question is whether it even matters.
Following dismal starts to both their seasons, the Redskins and Browns have put together winning streaks of four and three games, respectively.
106.7 The Fan reporter Grant Paulsen joins the show to break it all down.
Phillip Daniels joins the fray at 4th & Pain to rain on Adam Carriker’s bowl parade. The current Washington Redskins Director of Player Development and former teammate of Carriker strongly believes his alma mater will thoroughly beat down the Nebraska Cornhuskers at the Capital One Bowl on Jan. 1.
Interestingly, Phil is not the only friend of the show to go that route. Fellow Georgia alum, Goldberg, is predicting a Bulldog triumph on New Years Day.
Of course it wasn’t a simple matter of picking who would win the game — jabs needed to be, and were, exchanged. Even Chuck Carroll got in the fun, teaming up with Phil to get even for the attacks Stephen Bowen and Carriker launched in his direction one day earlier.
Phil also gave an injury update on his son, Notre Dame wide receiver DaVaris Daniels, who is expected to be ready to return by the National Championship game on Jan. 7.