NFL Pro Football 2017 Washington Redskins Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The Washington Redskins in the 2017 season finished with an overall record of 8-7-1. They failed to make the playoffs as they finished a ½ game back of the Detroit Lions who finished at 9-7 and was a wildcard team. The Redskins were eliminated in the playoffs by their 19-10 home defeat to the New York Giants in Week 17. It was a collapse down the stretch for the Redskins as they dropped four of their final six games. The Redskins offense saw improvement as they sat second in passing as the team threw for 297 yards per game. Defense needs improvement as Washington sat in the lower third of the league in defending the run and pass. Jay Gruden enters his fourth season as head coach of the team and has one playoff appearance in his tenure.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Washington Redskins lined at 7 ½ wins with under favored at -120 odds and over 7 ½ wins lined at -110 odds.

The past few offseasons has seen drama at the quarterback position. Kirk Cousins has won the starting job leading the team to a playoff spot in 2015 season. He put up good numbers last season throwing for 4917 yards and completing 67% of his passes. But Cousins has been tagged in back to back season with the franchise tag as he has been frustrated to not receive a long term contract with Washington. He is still paid a lot of money the past two seasons and despite the media hyping this as a distraction in reality it doesn’t seem to be impacting Cousins play on the field. The Redskins defensive numbers tanked a season ago. They allowed 49 more yards in 2016 than they did in their playoff season in 2015. The defensive line will have a new look as the Redskins select defensive end Jonathan Allen with their first round pick out of Alabama. With their second round pick the team selected Alabama outside linebacker Ryan Anderson.

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