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Washington Redskins: Game By Game Predictions For The Rest Of 2010

Mal SullyContributor IINovember 8, 2016

Washington Redskins: Game By Game Predictions For The Rest Of 2010

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    As the Skins' head into the bye week with a much needed improvement over last year (2009: 2-6 2010: 4-4).

    Here are my game by game predictions for the rest of this season.

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    *Feel free to comment with your opinions.

    Enjoy!

     

     

     

     

    By: Mal S.

Week 10: Philadelphia Eagles

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    This should be a really interesting game for the Redskins who won the early meeting this season 17-12 but this time Michael Vick is fully healed from his head injury against us and will be firing ever where with LeSean McCoy and Jeremy Maclin.

    What To Look For:

    Look for the Redskins to run early and stabilize it all day long. Last time they met Ryan Torain for for 70 yards and a touchdown and Clinton Portis (on IR now Keiland Williams will play) ran for 55 yards on 11 carries. Ryan Torain should be able to run all over this eagles defense and use it against thm in the long run.

    Look for the Eagles to do screens to LeSean McCoy and Mike Bell all day long with the Redskins doubling Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson with coverage the middle lanes should be open for a quick shoot from Vick and a long gain.

    Statistic Leaders:

    Passing/PHI/Vick 

    230 yards and 2 touchdowns

    Rushing/WAS/Torain

    80 yards and 1 touchdown

    Receiving/WAS/Armstrong

    95 yards and 1 Touchdown

    Final Score: *Washington 23 Philadelphia 17

Week 11: @ Tennessee Titans

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    The Redskins travel down to the birthplace of country music for a battle with the Titans. By this week Vince Young should be fully healthy and ready to go.

    What To Look For:

    The Redskins will attack with their passing game this time and use Donovan on bootlegs and play action more often with Chris Cooley going on short routes or going in the back field.

    CJ2K will be one happy man running for over 100 yards once again as the redskins are 20th in rush defense this year.

    Statistics Leaders:

    Passing/WAS/McNabb

    310 yards and 3 TDs with 2 Int's

    Rushing/TEN/Johnson

    125 yards and two score seems about right to me.

    Receiving/WAS/Moss

    90 yards and a score will fuel this skins offense.

    Final Score: *Washington 31 Tennessee 23

Week 12: Minnesota Vikings

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    Last time these teams met back in 2007 NFL journey man Todd Collins was battling Tavaris Jackson for the final 2007 playoffs but this time things are much different. Future hall of famers Brett Favre and Donovan McNabb are battling this one out and it should be a high scoring appeal.

    What To Look For:

    Washington will probably do short pitches and deep passes because of Minnesota's scary defensive line.

    The Vikings will be pounding their run game all day with Peterson and Gerhart.

    Statistics Leaders:

    Passing/WAS/McNabb

    245 yards and two scores seems good.

    Rushing/MIN/Peterson

    110 yards and a score

    (Gerhart runs for 60 yards and a score as well.)

    Receiving/MIN/Rice

    8 receptions for 120 yards 

    Final Score: *Washington 41 Minnesota 35

Week 13: @ New York Giants

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    The Giants have swept the Skins for the past to years and keep that streak going into this matchup while the Redskins have been rejoicing about their three game winning streak.

    What To Look For:

    The Redskins will be run happy this week but will have  tough test defending the run happy giants.

    The Gaints will have Ahmad Bradshow and Brandon Jacobs going all day and should be able to shut down the skins passing game.

    Statistics Leaders;

    Passing/NYG/Manning

    180 yards and 1 Touchdown

    Rushing/WAS/Portis

    115 yards and a score

    Receiving/NYG/Nicks

    4 receptions for 38 yards

    Final Score: *New York 24 Washington 10

Week 14: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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    The Buccaneers are suprisingly one of the best teams in the league going into this late year matchup against the Redskins.

    What To Look For:

    The Redskins defense will evaluate the pass all day as Josh Freeman has been lighting it up lately in the passing game.

    The Buccaneers will continue to pass all the time but will get some of the load off of Freeman's shoulders with the addition of LeGarrunte Blount.

    Statistics Leaders:

    Passing/TB/Freeman

    311 yards and three scores

    Rushing/TB/Blount

    55 yards and a touchdown

    Receiving/TB/Williams

    6 receptions for 130 yards and a touchdown

    Final Score: *Tampa Bay 31 Washington 21

     

Week 15: @ Dallas Cowboys

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    The Redskins are coming off a ten point loss to Tampa Bay while the Cowboys finally get Tony Romo back.

    What To Look For:

    Look for the Redskins to be pass happy this time around. Earlier in the year the Redskins only passed for 171 yards but for that number to increase  in this Match up.

    The Cowboys will be out for revenge in this Match up as the Redskins beat them in week one. The returning of Tony Romo means that they will be back to their pass happy form.

    Statistics Leaders:

    Passing/WAS/McNabb

    291 yards and two scores

    Rushing/DAL/Jones

    98 yards and a touchdown

    Receiving/WAS/Banks

    3 receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown

    Final Score: *Washington 17 Dallas 9

Week 16: @ Jacksonville Jaguars

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    The Redskins are feeling good after beating division rival Dallas last week and is ready do another whooping of the Jags.

    What To Look For:

    The Redskins will have to cover well against the Jags passing game that has thrown for many touchdowns this year.

    The Jaguars will have to cover the running game in this one as Portis looks to get going.

    Statistics Leaders:

    Passing/JACK/GARRARD

    275 yards and three touchdowns with a pick

    Rushing/WAS/PORTIS

    110 yards and a score

    Receiving/JACK/SIMS-WALKER

    10 receptions for 100 yards and one touchdown

    Final Score: *Jacksonville 38 Washington 35 (Overtime)

Week 17: New York Giants

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    The Redskins are coming off a heart breaking loss to Jacksonville in overtime while the Giants have the division wrapped up and play their backups.

    What To Look For:

    The Redskins will probably focus on passing the ball this week as they hope to clinch a wild car spot in the playoffs.

    The Giants will just run the ball.

    Statistics Leaders:

    Passing/WAS/McNABB

    315 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions

    Rushing/NYG/Jacobs

    89 yards and a touchdown

    Receiving/WAS/Cooley

    8 receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown

    Final Score: *Washington 27 New York 10

Conclusion

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    As I predict the Skins' will take the 5th seed in this years playoffs at (9-7).

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