It's a question we all wonder: which local team is the closest to bringing a title to the city? John Feinstein and Michael Jenkins debated the answer.
"The Nationals have gone all-in on this year," Feinstein said, but he adds that a certain hometown hero coming back could sway the race.
The city has tons of star power, but hasn't seen a championship since D.C. United won their last MLS Cup in 2004. The Redskins haven't won a Super Bowl since 1991 and the Wizards (then Bullets) haven't won a title since 1978. Meanwhile, the Nationals and Capitals have never won a championship.
So which of the teams is best poised to bring the next title to Washington, D.C.?
The Nationals, as Feinstein mentioned, have gone all-in this year with the addition of potential Cy Young winner Max Scherzer, but have struggled lately in the post-season.
The Wizards seem more likely to make a move after a potential big signing next summer.
The Capitals are coming off a solid first season with new coach Barry Trotz, but could their window be closing?
Meanwhile, the Redskins ... are the Redskins. They've won a combined 7 games the last two seasons.
Now it's up to you, which D.C. team is the closest to winning a championship?