Rocky McIntosh is playing as though his name isn't Warrick Holdman.
Anyways, I'll be here, there, and everywhere. Join me if you care. Also, I plan on using the comments section as my own little note-taking area, so please ignore the fact that I'm making a bunch of comments to myself.
On radio, the game will be broadcast on Triple X ESPN Radio (94.3, 92.7 FM and 730 AM) and WBIG 100.3. Larry Michael handles the play-by-play with color commentary from Redskins legends and NFL Hall of Famers quarterback Sonny Jurgensen and linebacker Sam Huff. Bram Weinstein serves as sideline reporter.
Projected starting lineup has Stephon Heyer and Todd Wade repeating on the first string line, so pray for Campbell's health. So much for Mike Pucillo getting the start, a contingency I would welcome. At the risk of sounding unhinged or irrationally committed to Mike Pucillo, why can't this guy get a chance to win the spot?
Moving on. The only other thing that leaps out at me is that LaRon Landry is not the projected starter, though we'll find out around 8PM Eastern, and that Santana Moss might play.
I live in neither the Tennessee nor Washington TV markets. Last night I went to a bar with friends to see what Vince Young had to show me and, to my surprise, the bar could not find the game on their satellite coverage. Huh. I now have a sinking feeling, slightly confirmed, that I won't be able to catch Your Washington Redskins against the Steelers on TV today despite my friend's satellite dish and expensive NFL coverage. I will still do my best to make good on my promise to live blog the event, though this certainly hampers my plans. What the deuce, NFL?
Since Ben has been such a nice guy, helping out this blog in my absence, I think you'd do well to head over to the Curly R for a bit of gameday live blogging, as I'm sure he would appreciate.
This is your gameday open thread, feel free to post all your comments/thoughts/dreams/recipes here. We are undefeated as of this posting.