NFL Pro Football 2019 Washington Redskins Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The Washington Redskins a season ago finished with a 7-9 record and failed to make the playoffs for the third straight season. Jay Gruden enters his sixth year as head coach with only one playoff appearance which resulted in a loss in 2015 season to Green Bay. He is amongst the favorites to be the first coached fired this season.

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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 6 ½ wins with under favored by -145 odds and the over returning +115 odds. They are +900 longshots to win the NFC East, +5000 longshots to win NFC Championship and +15000 odds to win the Super Bowl. The second longest in the NFL.

The team had bad luck losing Alex Smith after ten games with a severe leg injury that may end his NFL career. Colt McCoy and Case Keenum are competing for the starting job. Their first pick in the draft Dwayne Haskins does not appear ready to start at quarterback as the team appears to be taking baby steps with him. With the pressure on Washington coaches to win now, they don’t have the time to risk their jobs on a rookie dealing with concerns about his fundamentals. The offense posted only 18 points (29th in NFL) and 300 yards per game (28th in NFL). Also, near the bottom on third down and red zone. Washington offensive line is productive but suffered through injuries during the second half of the season. When Adrian Peterson can rush for over 1000 yards, you must credit this unit.

Veteran running back Adrian Peterson rushed for 1042 yards last year averaging 4.2 yards per run. The backup is Chris Thompson who ran 43 times for 178 yards. Their second round pick in 2018 Derrius Guice tore his ACL in Week 1 of the preseason last year. Third year back Samaje Perine is trying to compete for carries. Team drafted former Stanford back Bryce Love who dealt with injuries in his final two seasons in college.

Tight end Jordan Reed had 558 receiving yards which led the team. Wide receiver Paul Richardson dealt with injuries playing in only seven games. Trey Quinn has earned a starting role in camp. He suffered through injuries in 2018 playing in only three games. With their third pick in the draft the team selected Terry McLaurin and late in the draft wide out Kelvin Harmon out of NC State. The camp roster has college free agents and youth competing for roles.

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