Come for the Washington Redskins commentary, stay for the roast sessions, shade throwing & general pettiness.
Hosted by DMV natives Paul Williams, Cory Gassaway & Cliff Ngwafon, Fifty Gut brings listeners two things every Redskin enthusiast needs in a podcast; 1) thoughtful analysis from guys with their finger on the pulse of the fan base 2) a weekly on-air therapy session for dealing with the continual misadventures of the franchise.
For a unique & unfiltered take on all things Burgundy & Gold, the Fifty Gut is the podcast for you.
What’s the move? Bills Mafia in Buffalo? Halloween at Mile High? The Death Star in Vegas? The guys preview the best road trips and the spiciest home dates for 2021. Also, what does the Charles Leno Jr. signing do for the OL depth?
The 2021 draft is complete and Washington has added 11 new prospects. Instead of giving draft grades, we project where each player chosen will fit in to Ron Rivera's scheme and what it means for the depth chart around them.
Who are our picks for the 19th pick? Who are our favorite sleepers and our least favorite fast risers. Plus, we offer our favorite day three diamonds in the rough. Stick around until the end for eight of Cliff’s draft trivia questions to stump the loyalest Washington fans!
Welcome back for season 5! The guys cover the Ryan Fitzpatrick signing, Brandon Scherff’s second franchise tag, hypothetical trades we’d like to see happen this spring and which unrestricted free agents we want to see WFT target this signing period.
We’re headed for one of the most widespread quarterback carousels in NFL history. Which do we think are the best fit in Washington and which can we afford to get? Also, we review Ron Rivera’s finalized front office and coaching staff.
The season is over, but WFT news doesn't stop. Reports out of Ashburn say that former Carolina Panthers GM will be hired by Washington in the same role. Why should fans be happy about the move despite Hurney's track record? We also dive into what it would take to bring Texans' QB Deshaun Watson to DC (as well as other QB scenatios).
The first ever playoff preview in the four year history of the Fifty Gut Podcast was a good one. The guys start with sharing their thought on the events at the Capitol Building yesterday. Then, we get into our game preview including the chess match between coaching staffs, the possibility of dual quarterbacks for Washington, how to influence the GOAT into making bad decisions with the ball and more!
A wins a win, right? No matter how it all went down, the Washington Football Team are your 2020 division champs and headed for the postseason. We break down the game, talk about the Eagles tank job and put a little #GiantsPack in the air.
We dive in the the many layers of Dwayne Haskins’ release, including Ron Rivera’s culture, the clear message sent to Dan Snyder and the impact on the roster moving forward. Also, we preview the week 17 win-&-in game Sunday night in Philadelphia.
Dwayne Haskins STILL doesn’t get it, and after his latest off the field incident, it’s fair to wonder if he will ever get it Also, the latest allegations levied against Dan Snyder, could there be a new GM em route and how we beat the Panthers this coming Sunday.
It’s official, the defense (especially Chase Young) is elite. The offense, not so much. What heights can the defenses reach? Can anything fix the offensive woes? And what to look forward as the NFC East playoff picture takes shape?
After one of the biggest wins in recent memory, extending the winning streak to three, WFT is right back in the thick on the playoff race. More importantly, the fan base seems to have now fully bought in to the Ron Rivera/Kyle Smith regime.
After back-to-back wins in a four day stretch, Washington Football Team is right in the middle of the NFC East race. Well review the Thanksgiving game in Dallas and look ahead at the remaining five game and what it'll take to win the division.
Easy part of the schedule, huh? Sunday was one of the better efforts since week 1 for WFT, but now the team finds itself 1-5, last place in the division and with more questions about the messaging regarding this team's direction.
Coach Rivera said it was an evaluation year for this team, until it wasn't. What does the abrupt change in direction say to those looking on and their perception of Rivera's plans to rebuild this franchise?
After a big win vs. Philly, Sunday’s loss in Arizona proved to be a reminder that WFT is still in the early stages of rebuild. What issues are worthy of your concern and what are overreactions? Also, a brief WFT v. Browns preview.
The guys do a deep dive on the strengths & weaknesses of each NFC East team and predict where each team will finish in the division. Also, we'll do their final Stock up/Stock Down of WFT camp and how can the element of surprise help the team this season?
The guys talk about the recent major developments within WFT leadership with Jason Wright and Ron Rivera. How will Wright shape the future of WFT and how will the franchise respond if Rivera takes time away? Also, whose stock is up / down after the first week of padded practice.
Awful culture, worse owner. The guys talk about the the scandal surrounding Washington and how it is a direct manifestation of Daniel Snyder (lack of) leadership and accountability. Also, how can Coach Rivera manage to turn this around?
The guys share thoughts on Redskin draft weekend favorites, who they'd avoid and their favorite sleeper. Plus, recap night one of The Last Dance, talk Michael Jordan greatness, competitiveness and wild forgotten anecdotes.
At the end of each season, we like to make a list of bums that need to go. But since were in the middle of what could be the worst season in Redskins history, we decided to do it now. No one was spared.
Redskins been thoroughly outplayed in six of eight quarters. The negatives are overwhelming. The positives are few and far in between. We predicted this team would be bad, but is it time to readjust our expectations?
How will depth at cornerback shake out, who is on the roster bubble, how will the new coaching staff come together, w Which rookie are you watching most this camp outside of Haskins and Sweat & who is your camp sleeper?
The guys run through five burning questions leading into Redskins training camp, including Dwayne Haskins chance of starting, whats up with Trent Williams, who will step up at the X receiver, Derrius Guice's health and who will step up at middle linebacker.
Season 2 of the Fifty Gut Blog Podcast is back just in time for Redskins training camp! The guys recap the best & worst of the Redskins offseason moves, plus preview who we expect to stand out in Richmond.
Coming to us from Mobile, we’re joined by special guest Zach Hicks of BreakingFootball.com & the Breaking The Draft podcast. He gives us his notes and analysis from the 2018 Senior Bowl practices this week.
After a three week holiday hiatus, the guys are back discussing the Kirk Cousins’ interview with Grant & Danny, what’s the quarterback Plan B in 2018 and we kick off our #Redskins offseason wish list series.
Turkey, Tailgate and Tavarres King? The guys discuss Thanksgiving tailgate etiquette, whether of not Eli Manning is a Hall of Famer and can the Redskins defense feast on a depleted Giants' offense on Turkey Day?
The guys break down the loss to New Orleans and discuss which is worse; the Redskins week 17 loss v. the Giants or Sunday's collapse v. the Saints? Also, how much blame should be placed on Jay Gruden & his coaching staff?
In this episode, the guys discuss the abrupt retirement news surrounding Su'a Cravens, give their in depth views on the final 53-man roster & give a game-by-game prediction of the Redskins 2017 schedule.