DC is just a more sophisticated city than Philly. Overall, y'all are blue collar. This town is about as white collar as it gets but there are notable areas in DC that certainly aren't soft. The rugged from Philly are more concentrated than in D.C. I suppose that could formulate that stigma to you.
Personally, I'm not at the age anymore where I feel it a good thing to talk about people acting like irrational creatures of ignorance, hate and violence. It used to be appealing to kno who goes hard and who doesn't but I still have a greater understanding of deviant behavior which really just aids in my perception of the complete human condition.
As for McScabb, he continues to be the main blemish on the Bruce Allen/ Mike Shanahan regime. When we made the trade on Thanksgiving, my gut feeling was bad but I tried to be an optimist that cheered for the QB of the Redskins but his immaturity/ failure to adapt led to him having a bitter end to a pretty great career.
Now he's just an embarrassment and he makes me laugh. He is as transparent as a washed up, bitter, jealous athlete can be. RG3 been doin a lot of (maybe unnecessary) talking in the media lately but he politely told McNabb to 'STFU' without being disrespectful.
McNabb's misdirected 'passion' when he talks about RG3 or the Redskins only makes him look like a damn fool in the landscape of the NFL.
Fun Fact: The Redskins essentially traded Donovan McNabb for Alfred Morris, using the 6th rounder from the MIN trade for The Butler.
I guess we got setup well for the future on offense from McNabb's petty, lazy, derp-talking ineptitude.