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Predicting the Wins and Losses for the 2018 Washington Redskins

The Redskins season is set to kickoff this week along with the rest of the NFL, and while there’s still a few days before the season starts, today we will run through their entire schedule one-by-one and give you the wins and losses in our mind for the squad.

Week One 9/9 at Arizona – The 2018 season kicks off with a game in Arizona against a Cards team that is going to be in transition with Sam Bradford as their starting QB. It would be nice to get off to a fast start, and with Alex Smith leading the way, the Skins start 1-0 with a hard fought win at the end.

20-17 Redskins
Record 1-0

Week Two 9/16 vs Indianapolis – The 2018 home opener sees Andrew Luck and the Colts in town, with Luck trying to get his career back on track after missing an entire year. The Skins D should be able to do enough to create a turnover or two, and with it should be able to surprise and get to 2-0.

17-16 Redskins
Record 2-0

Week Three 9/23 at Green Bay – The Packers will get the Skins after they are 2-0, and Aaron Rodgers and the Pack will make the Redskins pay with a secondary meltdown as he throws for 348 yards and three scores in an easy Packers win.

Packers 34-17
Record 2-1

Week Four BYE – The Redskins work on their beat down from the week before by the Packers.

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3 Responses to “Predicting the Wins and Losses for the 2018 Washington Redskins”

  1. GHOST of SAMMY BAUGH says:

    Heh!

    GREG MANUSKY just threw ANTHONY LANIER II under the bus. “…..fizzled out…..” says he.

  2. GHOST of SAMMY BAUGH says:

    I hope you’re not overestimating here.

    6-10 is distinctly possible depending on injuries which the club has already had a bunch of this season.

    If we’re relatively injury free, and everything meshes on offense and defense, it could be 10-6, but I’m not holding my breath. Too many new faces and moving parts to put much stock in an above average season.

    If JAY GRUDEN survives a 6-10 season this year, with 2018 rookies and 2017 second year players become seasoned and familiar with one another as this season goes along, one more above average draft, we could be rolling in 2019.

  3. GHOST of SAMMY BAUGH says:

    Wow! Great game, but again we lose bodies in bunches.

    Already this year

    OL

    ARIE KOUANDJIO IR season
    TYLER CATALINA IR season

    DL

    STACY McGEE PUP

    RB

    DERRIUS GUICE IR season
    BYRON MARSHALL IR eight weeks

    WR

    ROBERT DAVIS IR season
    TREY QUINN IR eight weeks
    CAM SIMS IR eight weeks
    MO HARRIS Concussion protocol.

    TE

    MANASSAH GARNER IR season

    CB

    JOSH HOLSEY Non-Football injury season

    Six guys already on season-ending IR

    Three on eight-week IR

    One on PUP

    One on concussion protocal

    Thats 11 guys one game in plus,

    Several with noted aches and pains

    MORGAN MOSES knee
    TROY APKE hamstring

    Its beginning to look like last year’s Mash-Unit roster.

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