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Introducing The Counter Trey Podcast - Episode 1.: What To Do In D.C.

The first episode of The Counter Trey Podcast. The Skins have a lot of work to do this offseason. We look at some past and current moves possible in DC.

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We’re very pleased to introduce the the second new show on the Hogs Haven Podcast Network, “The Counter Trey Podcast” with John Johnson! John is a life-long Redskins fan who has managed to stay true to the team despite the curse of being born in New York. He was a former college athlete, having played both football and baseball Union College. Now, he’s a current sports reporter and anchor in Syracuse, NY. Having played at the college level, John’s a fan of the X’s and O’s of football but he’s more known for his hot takery and his love of beer... There’s a good chance both will make an appearance during an episode. John welcomes your questions and opinions moving forward. Shoot an email or record yourself and maybe you’re thoughts might make it to air. Welcome to Hogs Haven John!

The first episode of The Counter Trey Podcast. The Skins have a lot of work to do this offseason.

Just in the past couple of weeks, the Redskins have made a few changes to their coaching staff. What can guys like Rob Ryan bring to the defensive side of the ball? Does his addition further bring speculation that Greg Manusky seat is more than just warm. Additionally, how can Tim Rattay and Kevin O’Connell improve Washington’s offense.

Finally, there’s no doubt the Redskins quarterback situation last season was less then ideal. Heading into the 2019 season, things look just about the same. Can Washington survive with the current status of the quarterback situation or will the Skins need to address the QB situation early in the Draft? Guest Dan Pizzuta of Big Blue View also joins us to give us his thoughts on what may happen with the Redskins and the NFC East at QB.


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