Found November 16, 2012 on Mr. Irrelevant:
Hey, let’s play Predictions again! Last game’s winner, Sisson, failed to collect. Hopefully he does that now. A reminder on how it works: Our Redskins-loving “staff” makes predictions in the post, readers make predictions in the comments, and the commenter who comes closest to predicting the final score gets to make a guest post. Hip-hip! Chris Mottram: Redskins, 27-17 Both defenses are horrible, scoring-wise. The Eagles are giving up 25 points/game, while the Skins allow 28. On the flip side, Washington is scoring eight more points per game than Philly. Of course, that number is based on a Vick-led offense. Foles is starting, which means we have no clue how their offense will perform. I’m guessing not much better than with Vick, at least not in his first NFL start. Matt Terl: Redskins, 14-13 Let’s look at the bright side: if the Eagles had fired Andy Reid, the Redskins would be facing a interim head coach AND rookie QB, and would therefore lose something like 83-9. As it stands I t...
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