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Redskins Mid-Season - Predicting the Remaining Games

 

A prediction of the Washington Redskins remaining games for the second half of the 2013 season.

Week 10 – at Minnesota:  Win - The Vikings were in the playoffs last season, but they aren’t the team now they were then.  This is a winnable game.  Record:  4-5

Week 11 – at Philadelphia:  Win –  I know Nick Foles just threw for 7 TD’s in a game, but the Eagles offense is inconsistent.  And the Redskins have faced better offenses since then, so they should be prepared.  Record:  5-5

Week 12 – San Francisco at home:  Loss – The 49ers are just a better team right now.  The Redskins will have a chance at home, but the 49ers should win.  Record:  5-6

Week 13 – New York Giants at home :  Win – Even though the Giants aren’t very good this season, you can throw out records in a division game.  However, the Redskins are the better team and they should win this.  Record:  6-6

Week 14 – Kansas City at home:  Loss – The Chiefs are just too good on defense for the Redskins to win.  Record:  Record:  6-7

Week 15 – at Atlanta:  Win – The Falcons are a team with many injuries and experiencing their first losing season in five years.  so the Redskins will have the incentive to go in there and get the win.  Record:  7-7

Week 16 – Dallas at home:  Win – The Redskins probably should have won the first game between the teams this season, so they revenge factor will be in effect, and they should get the win at home.  Record:  8-7

Week 17 – at New York Giants:  Win – At this point the NFC East division crown and a playoff spot might be on the line, and this will be a must win.  We’ve seen the Redskins get the job done in this position before and they should get the win.

Predicted Final Record:  9-7

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