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Old 12-03-2018, 03:08 PM   #31
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Re: Which borderline team has the easiest path to the NFL playoffs?

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We're gonna lose because Jay Gruden's primetime record is dogshit. Don't have the time to look it up but it's dogshit. And the average points margin in defeat is dogshit too.
This is what I don't understand and it's gone back to the days of Shanny too. How is a team SO shitty under the lights?!

If this was any other time vs. prime-time I would have said we surprise everyone and win easily. I think we have another butthole puckerer of a game, but I think we win a close one. 21-17. Eagles just don't have "the guy" on offense to scare me. Ertz is as close as it gets and if we scheme around shutting him down, I think we can shut down their offense.
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Old 12-03-2018, 03:11 PM   #32
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We're gonna lose because Jay Gruden's primetime record is dogshit. Don't have the time to look it up but it's dogshit. And the average points margin in defeat is dogshit too.
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This is what I don't understand and it's gone back to the days of Shanny too. How is a team SO shitty under the lights?!

If this was any other time vs. prime-time I would have said we surprise everyone and win easily. I think we have another butthole puckerer of a game, but I think we win a close one. 21-17. Eagles just don't have "the guy" on offense to scare me. Ertz is as close as it gets and if we scheme around shutting him down, I think we can shut down their offense.
I've wondered that too. I don't know what the Monday Night record is during Joe Gibbs' first tenure, but it seems as if the Redskins, simply, aren't a great team under the lights. Still, I get excited at the thought of them playing in prime time. That usually goes away after the first quarter though.
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Old 12-03-2018, 06:54 PM   #34
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Re: Which borderline team has the easiest path to the NFL playoffs?

Not that I'm making this bet but I saw some sportsbooks putting the redskins at +25000 to win the super bowl after the cowboys/saints game....I'm just saying, those are good odds.

I now see +15000. I don't know how this weekend helped or if the payout just moved due to being absurd.
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Old 12-03-2018, 06:58 PM   #35
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This is what I don't understand and it's gone back to the days of Shanny too. How is a team SO shitty under the lights?!

If this was any other time vs. prime-time I would have said we surprise everyone and win easily. I think we have another butthole puckerer of a game, but I think we win a close one. 21-17. Eagles just don't have "the guy" on offense to scare me. Ertz is as close as it gets and if we scheme around shutting him down, I think we can shut down their offense.
I got a dogshit avatar bet for 1 week that says we/Mason Foster are gonna make Ertz look like Tony Gonzalez tonight. At least one TD, 6+ receptions and 70 yards.
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This is what I don't understand and it's gone back to the days of Shanny too. How is a team SO shitty under the lights?!



If this was any other time vs. prime-time I would have said we surprise everyone and win easily. I think we have another butthole puckerer of a game, but I think we win a close one. 21-17. Eagles just don't have "the guy" on offense to scare me. Ertz is as close as it gets and if we scheme around shutting him down, I think we can shut down their offense.


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Old 12-04-2018, 06:48 AM   #37
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Man those people who said Colt could win just like Alex sure have gone quiet eh

That said I do still have some faith in Colt with a week of reps under his belt facing a horrible Philly secondary, especially with Thompson likely coming back



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Alex lost by a million to Atlanta, looked like dogshit against Tampa but Tampa handed us the game, and was getting smoked again by Houston before he got hurt. Three God awful games in a row, two resulted in losses. This team was trending down with Alex at the helm. He, nor Colt, nor Sanchez is the answer. Not even close
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