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Betting tips on the Redskins

Wow what a difference has it been for the Washington Redskins from the 2011-12 to 2012-13 seasons. The odds the Washington Redskins were to make it to Superbowl at the start of the season was 50 to 1 and a lot of people toward the end of the regular season this year thought that was a possibility of actually happening. The Redskins record in 2011-12 season was 5 wins and 11 losses. Fast forward to the 2012-13 season and they finished with 10 wins and 6 losses and were one of the hottest teams going into the playoffs. Against the spread in 2012-13 season the Redskins were 11-5 which was very impressive. Rookie star quarterback Robert Griffin III was a huge reason why. Along with fellow rookie stud Albert Morris at running back. Griffin was explosive both with his legs as well as his strong arm and accuracy. Some opinions out there say Albert Morris should have been Rookie of the year. It’s a tough call when you have the number 2 overall pick in the draft on your team and it is a QB in the QB driven NFL. Griffin played incredible throughout the season and the Redskins are posed to have another nice year next year. The odds to win the Superbowl is 30 to 1 which means if you bet $100 you will get a nice little payout of $3000. I am sure this sounds tempting to some of you out there especially given how the team played at the end of the year.

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Bonehead Benching Move by Shanahan Costs Skins Win Vs. Lions

So, if you haven’t already heard by now, the Redskins lost to the Lions 37-25 on Sunday. And the thing that caused it? Well credit that to their coach.

Mike Shanahan decided to yank Donovan McNabb from the game down six points with 1:50 left in the fourth quarter. Rex Grossman, yes, the Rex Grossman, or Sexy Rexy as some affectionately call him, entered the game. And the unthinkable happened! But not really. Grossman fumbled on his first snap as he got drilled on a blindside sack courtesy of Ndamukong Suh, who proceeded to pick up the ball and return it for a touchdown.

Redskins guard Kory Lichtensteiger is absolutely hysterical in his response to McNabb’s absence on the field. “We were kind of questioning what was going on. But that’s not our job, to figure out what the coaches were thinking.”

Yes, Mr. Lichtensteiger (wicked awesome last name by the way), that isn’t your job to figure out what your coach is thinking. Leave that to the rest of us. Still, I don’t know what he was thinking either. Does anyone? If you do, please tell me.

Shanahan’s brilliant justification was because of the complexities of the two-minute offense. He didn’t feel McNabb was competent enough in that facet of their offense. Wait, but Grossman is? Didn’t you get McNabb to address the quarterback problem on this team? There has to be a better explanation!

McNabb isn’t a newby to the game of football. He’s been studying the Redskins offense for seven months now, ever since he was traded. So what’s the problem Shanahan? Is your system too complex for him? Are your coaches just poor teachers? Why sit him in the crucial minutes of a game when he’s been playing throughout the entire game? And I thought Brad Childress’ coaching decisions were dumb…

McNabb has had issues in the two-minute offense before, as evidenced by the lackadaisical approach he took in the Super Bowl against the Patriots with the Eagles trailing in the waining minutes. Even so, I think one could make the case that Grossman is not much better.

I know a lot of Redskin fans are calling for McNabb’s head right now, but he is the team’s best shot at quarterback. Where would they be with yet another year of Jason Campbell or Bears castoff Grossman? Look on the bright side. The team is 4-4, good enough for a tick behind the second place spot in the NFC East.

Shanahan’s benching of McNabb proved that he doesn’t have full trust in the quarterback he traded to get. So what now, Shanahan? Are you going to put Grossman in the game on every two-minute drive with the game on the line? What’s the plan? We as sane people would love to know.

By Josh Delp of the Sports Fan Blog Network

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D-Mac on the Skins: Help or Hindrance

The Redskins have rebuilt this year, in a way. Mike Shanahan is the new head cheese which should serve the Redskins well. He is an excellent coach with a proven track record. Another change is the much-publicized defection of Donovan McNabb from the Eagles to the division-rival Redskins. McNabb is supposedly the man to take the Redskins back to the playoffs, but he is already having injury troubles. One must wonder how far he can take them on a gimpy leg that will probably become worst as the season wears on.

Clinton Portis gets help in the running game this year in Larry Johnson and Willie Parker. It’s pretty evident that they need it, as the Redskins were on of the worst rushing teams last year. All three of these guys are past their prime, so it’s difficult to see how much they can actually contribute. Then there’s the injury history to consider as well.

The combo of Shanahan and McNabb should serve well. As long as they can shut Albert Haynesworth up or ship him out, they should be serviceable on defense as they were last year. McNabb has a playmaker in Santana Moss that should be exciting to watch.

In the end I think the Redskins will be a vicinity with the Eagles. They will finish 9-7, unless McNabb has a couple more tricks up his sleeve.

By Josh Delp of the Sports Fan Blog Network

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Redskins Are Predicted to Finish in Third place in the NFC East

In the next few weeks leading up to the beginning of the 2010 NFL season, I will be making predictions for every division in both conferences. I am starting off with the always tough NFC East, where every team in the division has a chance to be over .500. I am starting off with who will finish last in the division and work my way up to the division winner.

3. Washington Redskins: The Redskins aren’t playing around this season. They have a new head coach in Mike Shanahan, a new starting quarterback in Donovan McNabb, two new running backs to go with the already great Clinton Portis in Willie Parker and Larry Johnson. The Redskins were the joke of the NFL last season and they are making sure this season that it won’t happen again. The only position the Redskins didn’t make improvements in and they should have is the wide receiver position. The only somewhat reliable receiver they have is Santana Moss. Do not forget about tight end Chris Cooley, he will probably be McNabb’s main target throughout the season. McNabb made things work on the Eagles for years without big name receivers so the Redskins do not have to worry too much.
I think this team is going to be a run oriented team anyways. Shanahan is known for having the best running backs when he was with the Broncos. On top of that Shanahan coached Portis for a few years on the Broncos before he was traded to the Redskins. I expect the Redskins to spread the ball out to all three running backs because Portis and Parker are known to get injured, maybe with a lesser load they will all be fresh and thrive. Saying all of this I think the Redskins still need another season to become a playoff team. I think they will be 8-8 this season.

Click here to read the full article – By Eric Heyer of Sports Fan Blog Network



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Sources: Redskins to host Westbrook

Even though the Washington Redskins have added Larry Johnson and Willie Parker to a backfield that includes Clinton Portis, the team has invited Brian Westbrook for a visit on Wednesday, according to sources.

Westbrook comes highly recommended by his former Eagles teammate, Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb, who apparently has made his case for the running back since McNabb was acquired by Washington in a trade, a source said.

Westbrook, who was released by the Eagles in February, has passed a physical with the St. Louis Rams, where he also has a familiarity with offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, a former Eagles assistant.

Westbrook’s ailments that have passed physical screenings include knee and ankle injuries, as well as multiple concussions.

Click here to read the full article – By Chris Mortensen of ESPN.com



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Can McNabb elevate the Redskins to new heights

If you take a look at Donovan McNabb’s career, he seems to be a top level quarterback in the NFL. Not to knock on Jason Campbell or anything but I see McNabb helping the Redskins reach the playoffs this year. I know it is early and the season has not started but on paper the team looks strong. With the addition of Larry Johnson and Willie Parker, the running back spot looks top notch. The receivers look to be in good shape and you can never complain about their tight end core.

The one area I think needs work would be the offensive line. If they work a little harder during the off season I believe they can be at a level that can help them succeed this season. It is not always about getting new players, sometimes you just have to work with what you have and make those players better.

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Redskins, Grossman agree

Although many expected the Redskins to sign former Broncos quarterback Chris Simms, Washington made a different move at the position.

The Redskins reached agreement Wednesday with former Bears and Texans quarterback Rex Grossman on a one-year deal, the team announced.

The deal reunites Grossman, 29, with Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, who also spent last season in Houston.

Grossman, whose career stats include 33 touchdowns, 36 interceptions and 6,197 throwing yards, led the Chicago Bears to the Super Bowl after the 2006 season.

But he played in only 12 games the next two seasons, and left the Bears as a free agent in 2009.

Click here to read the full article – By Adam Schefter of ESPN.com



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Missed Chances In A Lost Season

The coach didn’t want to play the what-if game, knowing it could haunt him. It will haunt Jim Zorn anyway.

With the Redskins now playing more for future employment, they can look back on numerous missed chances to be playing for something greater.

“We’ve had opportunities,” Redskins running back Rock Cartwright said.

No kidding. Actually, they’ve had quite a few. And, with proper execution, their reality entering December would be much different.

However, the reality also is this: good teams find a way to win; bad teams find ways to lose. And the 3-8 Redskins found ways to lose even before the injuries mounted.

Here are some key failed sequences:

The goal line vs. Detroit » The Redskins drove downfield with ease on their first possession and faced a first-and-goal from the Lions’ 9-yard line. Three plays later they had a fourth-and-goal from the 1. They ran left. But lead blocker Mike Sellers went to the wrong hole, a big reason Clinton Portis failed to score.

The stop served to inspire lowly Detroit. The Lions drove 99 yards for their own touchdown. And the Redskins never recovered. Good teams do.

Click here to read the full article – By Washington Examiner




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