Even though the Redskins don't personally have anything to gain by knocking
off the New York Giants on Saturday night, Washington center Casey Rabach made
it clear during his interview with Sirius NFL Radio this week that his team is
on a mission.
"Misery loves company, and we're miserable right now," he said in
regards to striking a blow to division rival New York's playoff chances.
Rabach also talked about the Redskins' tough overtime loss to the Rams,
including his reaction to the suggestion that one of Washington's safeties
eliminated himself from being in position to make a play on St. Louis running
back Steven Jackson's touchdown run that won the game in overtime.
"Give credit to Steven Jackson, you know he had one heck of a
game," he said. "You can't really fault our safeties for being
aggressive, you know, that's the kind of style of defense we play and the kind
of style of football we love to play. He made a great cutback and a good
Find out what Rabach had to say about blocking for a running back like Ladell Betts, his assessment of his old club -- the Ravens -- as they prepare for their
playoff run, and some fun discussion about one of his favorite hobbies in this
6-minute interview, compliments of Sirius NFL Radio!
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