The Redskins Talk podcast is anchored by NBC Sports Washington's Redskins Insider JP Finlay and highlights all members of our Redskins coverage team including Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey along with plenty of others. Finlay will also reach out to a host of outside influencers both in the D.C. media and the national landscape. With a strong set of personal relationships built on years at Redskins Park, Finlay brings a fresh and engaging style to interviews with players, coaches and 'Skins alumni for the podcast.
Redskins Talk: It's Looking Like Trent Williams Is Going To Try And Play This Weekend
JP Finlay, Pete Hailey and John Keim got together for this surprise Friday pod after seeing Trent Williams practice for the Skins. Is he gonna actually give it a go? The guys break it all down here in an URGENCY POD.
Redskins Talk: Debating The Most Worrisome Texan, And A 1-On-1 With The Interesting Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
JP's 1-on-1 with Ha Ha "TJ" Clinton-Dix, where the DB gets serious at times and even talks Starbucks issues at one point. If you like podcasts where Mitch's word choice is called into question and you get to meet a new and important Redskin, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: A Proud Jay Gruden Goes 1-On-1 After The Tampa W, Plus Josh Norman And Ryan Anderson's Postgame Interviews
These things are a lot more fun after wins, huh? One day after the 'Skins took down the Bucs in Tampa, JP Finlay caught up with Jay Gruden in their weekly, exclusive 1-on-1 chat, and the whole thing was a lot of fun.
Redskins Talk: Catching You Up On This New-Look Offensive Line And Figuring Out The Situations At CB & WR
To get things going, the guys first focus on Washington's offensive line, try to predict who'll be starting on that unit against the Bucs and generally just get nervous about the whole operation. They also take a look at the depth at corner and wide receiver, two other positions that aren't exactly full of options at the moment.
Redskins Talk: The Injuries Are Piling Up And Jay Gruden Goes 1-On-1 To React To The Devastating News
This is, well, not the most upbeat Redskins Talk episode, but it's still quite important. First, JP Finlay and Mitch Tischler catch you up on Brandon Scherff, Shawn Lauvao and Paul Richardson's season-ending injuries and try to convey how rough all of that news is. Then, you'll hear JP's exclusive 1-on-1 with Jay Gruden. In it, the head coach gives his take on how the team can try to move on and whether this feels like a repeat of 2017. He'll also answer questions about if he's getting enough from Alex Smith and what to make of those penalties his team committed against the Falcons. After that, you'll get Finlay's postgame interviews with Mo Harris and Kapri Bibbs, with the former coming off of a career game and the latter having some interesting comments about the refs. If you like podcasts where Gruden somehow is able to stay positive despite the luck his team is experiencing and you get to hear from two lesser-known but now very vital players, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: Processing The Redskins' Lopsided Loss To The Falcons
JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey are just as confused and upset as you are in this postgame edition of Redskins Talk. The three hosts get right into it, reacting to the issues they saw from the 'Skins vs. the Falcons, including another ugly offensive day, a surprising no-show by most of the defense and a strange afternoon from Josh Doctson. You'll also get a Game Balls and Goats segment that is, of course, HEAVY on Goats, and a recap of over/unders that is about as one-sided as the Washington-Atlanta matchup was. If you like podcasts where Mitch has to buzzer himself and the "Should Colt McCoy start playing" debate gets touched on (briefly), then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: Updates On Williams, Thompson And Others, Plus Fresh Falcons Over/Unders And A 1-On-1 With Mason Foster
JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and a hopefully louder John Keim united for this final Redskins Talk episode before the Falcons matchup. In it, they discuss the murkiness of Trent Williams' injury as well as Chris Thompson's issues, Byron Marshall's place on the 'Skins, a new set of over/unders, the special vibe that's permeating in the locker room and what to expect when Atlanta comes to town. After that, you'll hear JP's 1-on-1 with Mason Foster, where the LB goes in-depth on his season as well as the defense. He's one of the better talkers on the team, so pay attention. If you like podcasts where JP talks about his hatred for automatic car doors and Siri makes her first appearance on RT, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: Reacting To Ha Ha Clinton-Dix's First Day As A 'Skin, Looking At Playoff Odds And The Full Audio Of HHCD's Presser
There's plenty going on in this new Wednesday edition of Redskins Talk, and JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey are here to guide you through it all. First, the guys give their initial impressions of Ha Ha Clinton-Dix's first day in burgundy and gold, which included one heck of a press conference. Then, they rip through all of the injury updates you need to know about, from Byron Marshall's return to Trent Williams' availability. Later on, they check in on Washington's playoff odds and all give their thoughts on how likely it is that the team makes the postseason. And finally, they toss to the complete audio of Clinton-Dix's first meeting with the local media, where he covers everything from playing with DJ Swearinger to his love for Sean Taylor. If you like podcasts where Pete randomly screams at a fellow reporter and JP has a serious battle with math, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: A Very Positive 1-On-1 With Jay Gruden After The Giants W, And Postgame Interviews With Mason Foster & Tress Way
These Victory Monday editions of Redskins Talk won't ever get old. First, you'll get JP Finlay's weekly and exclusive sit-down with Jay Gruden, and the two cover a whole lot during their chat. From Gruden talking about the beasts his defense has in the trenches, what can be done to make the offense start clicking, whether to expect a trade and an early look at the Falcons, there's plenty to digest. Once that's over, you'll hear JP's Sunday interviews from just moments after the Giants win. There's LB Mason Foster, who just continues to produce, and punter Tress Way, who seemed to embrace yesterday's spotlight during and after the triumph. If you like podcasts where Gruden explains why he won't ever bet against Adrian Peterson and he also evaluates Josh Doctson's improvement, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: The Redskins Are Officially Rolling After Bullying The Giants In New Jersey
JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey recorded this pod while driving home from MetLife Stadium, the site of the Redskins' third straight victory. The guys get things going by giving plenty of love to, who else, the defense and Adrian Peterson. That leads into a celebratory Game Balls and Goats segment. How many awards were handed out, and does Alex Smith land on the Goats side? Next is a recap of over/unders, which went really well for one host and really not well for another. Finally, they go through all that happened on an incredible Saturday in NYC. If you like podcasts where Mitch has trouble choosing which big men to shout out since they all balled and the guys try to get Pete's named changed, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: Richardson's Back But What's Up With Dunbar? Is Week 8 A Trap Game? And Did The Hosts Enjoy Taco Bell?
JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey hopped in Mitch's mobile podcast studio to record this Wednesday Redskins Talk. To kick things off, they go through the injury report, one that has promising news in a lot of places but also something troubling when it comes to Quinton Dunbar. Then, the hosts debate how much of a trap game this weekend's matchup vs. the Giants is. Can the 'Skins keep their momentum going or will it feel like the Colts debacle all over again? Next, Pete brings up a stat about Washington's offense that leads to a discussion on play-calling and the running game. And finally, and most importantly, JP and Mitch review their trip to Taco Bell, a place neither have been in a long time. If you like podcasts where JP tells an awesome Paul Richardson/Brandon Scherff story and Pete redeems himself on a finances/car question, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: Jay Gruden, Preston Smith, DJ Swearinger And Jonathan Allen All Give Their Reactions To The Thrilling Dallas Win
The best way to celebrate a Dallas Victory Monday is with this Victory Monday Redskins Talk pod, in which JP Finlay leads you through three 1-on-1 interviews and then hands it off to a group one. First, there's JP's weekly, exclusive chat with Jay Gruden, where the head coach analyzes his much-improved run D and Adrian Peterson's greatness. After those two wrap up, you'll hear Finlay's postgame conversations with Preston Smith and DJ Swearinger. What do those two defenders think was key in the W and what do they want to see their group get better at moving forward? You'll hear those answers and plenty more from them. And finally, you'll be treated to Jonathan Allen's postgame sit-down with the Redskins Kickoff Live crew. Anytime Jonathan Allen opens his mouth, you should listen. It's required. If you like podcasts where Gruden tries to imagine Allen and Daron Payne's ceiling and Swearinger has a money quote about his hopes for the defense, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: The Redskins Finally Took Down The Cowboys, And Hell, Maybe They Got Some Help From Our Guy Tandler
JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey got together after a long, wild, emotional day at FedEx Field to recap all that went down during Week 7. First, the guys run through all of the spectacular tributes to Rich Tandler that the team and others put together, of which there were plenty. They also wonder if Tandler a had a little bit to do with Preston Smith's massive TD and that final field goal hitting the upright. Then, they take a look at the important game, from the way the 'Skins bottled up Ezekiel Elliott to the contributions they're continuing to get from Adrian Peterson. But the trio knows things aren't perfect, as they start to wonder what's up with Alex Smith and the offense. If you like podcasts where Pete shows he has NO knowledge of how to lease a car and Mitch gets to devote lots of attention on the big men, then this is the episode for you.
Redskins Talk: The Rich Tandler Tribute Pod
It's time to honor Rich Tandler. To start this tribute pod, Rich's wife, Andi, joins JP, Mitch, Pete and Keim at the picnic table in Ashburn to share stories and laughs. In the history of Redskins Talk, few if any guests were more fun to be with. After that comes a ton of thoughts about Tandler, with everyone from 'Skins players to his fellow reporters and coworkers and friends explaining what made him such a special guy. And to conclude, the four guys at the table wrap up with their favorite memories and qualities of RT. We miss you, Tandler.
Redskins Talk: The Best of Rich Tandler
Here is just a sampling of Rich Tandler's best segments on Redskins Talk. From his Tandler-y clarifications to his high-pitched voice that came out every so often, these are the moments that made him such a special part of our lives and yours. If you like podcasts where you hear a very serious ranking of founding fathers and the best Switzerland flag-related joke ever, all thanks to Rich Tandler, then this is the episode for you.