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Predicting the Wins and Losses for the 2018 Washington Redskins

Week Thirteen 12/03 at Philadelphia – The Super Bowl Champs will be hitting their stride by the time the Skins come to town, and will make it another long day on the road in a tough NFC East loss that starts the downward spiral as it will now be a three-game losing streak for the Skins.

Eagles 27-13
Record 5-7

Week Fourteen 12/09 vs New York Giants – A game that’s a must-win for the Redskins, and it won’t be easy as they take on Eli Manning and the Giants at home. Look for Barkely to keep the Redskins offense off the field, and for the Giants to sweep the season series with a tough loss for the Redskins.

Giants 26-19
Record 5-8

Week Fifteen 12/16 vs Jacksonville – The Jags were the surprise team of 2017, as they got to the AFC Title game before losing to the Pats, and this day the Skins defense finally steps up, as they hand Jacksonville a loss in their second to last home game of the season.

Redskins 27-17
Record 6-8

Week Sixteen 12/23 at Tennessee – It’s on to Tennessee to try and get closer to .500, as they will take on Marcus Mariota and the Titans. Tennessee was a surprise wild card a year ago, and they will hand the Redskins their 9th loss of the year in a rough setback.

Titans 35-20
Record 6-9

Week Seventeen 12/30 vs Philadelphia – This could be a preseason game for the Eagles as they might be sitting starters if they are in line for a spot in the postseason already. Look for Washington to be able to squeeze out a win in their finale of the season to end with a repeat of a 7-9 mark.

Redskins 21-20
2018 Record 7-9

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

  1. GHOST of SAMMY BAUGH says:


    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






    BYRON MARSHALL IR eight weeks


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




    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

    TROY APKE hamstring

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

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