Washington Football Team: Studs and duds in Week 3 loss vs. Browns
By Ian Cummings
Dud No. 4 – My bold predictions
Remind me to never do bold predictions again. I not only went zero for five, but may have somehow played a hand in manifesting the Washington Football Team’s struggles into the universe with one massive jinx.
Prediction No. 1 – Washington wears white-on-white (Didn’t happen, but they might as well have, for terms of surrender).
Prediction No. 2 – Kendall Fuller gets an interception in his first game back (Didn’t happen).
Prediction No. 3 – Logan Thomas gets career-high receiving yards (Didn’t happen, and he was targeted on two of Haskins’ interceptions).
Prediction No. 4 – Chase Young outshines Myles Garrett (Young left with a groin injury in the first half. Garrett had two sacks and a forced fumble).
Prediction No. 5 – Dwayne Haskins breaks the 300-yard mark (Threw three interceptions instead).
Jacob and I have been trading off the bold predictions pieces for a while, but I’ve never gotten it this bad. I think I might just retire from the column, but if I somehow get it again, look out, because I’m literally only predicting bad things. Haskins throws five interceptions, Young plays at inside linebacker, et cetera.
You can thank me afterward when Haskins goes for five touchdowns and 400 yards, in the first game of his underdog MVP ascension.