Watch out Broncos, it's the 2-6 Redskins

Michael ChorleyContributor INovember 15, 2009

ATLANTA - NOVEMBER 08:  Quarterback Jason Campbell #17 of the Washington Redskins against the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on November 8, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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 As T.O. might say,"Get your popcorn ready." Many of you who think that this game is just another one of the pathetic attempts made by the bottom-feeders in the NFL to give their fans something to watch, then you're dead wrong. The Redskins are team with something to prove.

 For the past couple of years the Redskins have been in and out of the playoffs. For the past couple of years the Broncos have just been out of the playoffs. Well it looks like that's about to change for the 2-6 Redskins who would have to virtually win out to even have a chance at playing in January. It also looks the the situation will be change for the 6-2 Broncos who are crushing their division under a new head coach. Or will it?

  Fresh off two straight losses the Broncos come into a game that should be considered an easy win for them. The Redskins are torn apart by injuries,bad coaching, and ineffective decision making by their quarterback. But I believe that Jason Campbell will find something inside himself, and he will channel that energy to his teammates. It's the same energy that Tim Tebow shows in the Florida huddle, and the same energy that the Broncos' own Josh Mcdaniels showed after beating his former boss. Expect to see in the game from the Redskins, and expect the Broncos to crumble under pressure.

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