Written and authored by National Football League Analyst Charlie Red McDougall. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting news and notes.
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The Best Sports Handicapper believes Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder is tired of looking for instant gratification as a winning formula in the National Football League.
Fans in the “BELTWAY” want to relive the 1980’s, and 90’s when Jack Kent Cooke and Joe Gibbs had the franchise at the top of the NFL stature.
Jay Gruden enters his fourth season as the head coach in the “NATION’S CAPITAL” and hopes were high as the Redskins made the 2015 postseason.
President Bruce Allen understands the dynamics in the NFL and is optimistic about the upcoming season.
Washington plays in one of the most competitive divisions in the National Football Conference. Along with a loyal and fanatic fan base winning is the only option.
Washington has been indecisive about signing their quarterback to a long term contract. We will see how good he is without his two playmakers who have moved on to other teams.
The Washington Redskins offense is under the leadership of first-year coordinator Matt Cavanaugh. The former University of Pittsburgh standout has been a fixture in the NFL for a long time.
Kirk Cousins (4,917) passing yards in 2016 is back under center. Washington had one of the most prolific offenses in all football last season; they ranked third in overall offense and second in the passing game with an average of 297.4 yards per game.
However, the loss starting wideouts DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garçon will hurt the passing attack.
Return Specialist Jamison Crowder, former first round draft choice Josh Doctson, and newly acquired Terrelle Pryor must step up.
Jordan Reed is emerging as one of the best tight ends in the National Football League.
Former Oklahoma Sooners standout Samaje Perine can become a star at the running back position.
Tackles Trent Williams and Morgan Moses will open holes in the running game and protect Cousins on throwing situations.
The Redskins running attack must keep the chains moving and keep the pressure off of Cousins and his new crew of receivers.
The 2017 Washington Redskins defense allowed (377.9) yards per game last season, 28th in the league.
The Redskins defense got gashed at every level last season. Making matter worse is defensive ends Chris Baker and Ricky Jean-Francois are no longer with the team.
Former Outside Linebackers coach Greg Manusky is the new defensive coordinator. 2017 first round draft choice Jonathan Allen can make an immediate impact, and nose tackle Phil Taylor can plug holes in the trenches.
Ryan Kerrigan and Mason Foster lead a young group of linebackers, a unit that must play better against the pass.
2016 Prize Free Agent Josh Norman can play man to man with the best wideouts in the league.
Safeties Su’a Cravens and D. J. Swearinger are aggressive players with natural instincts.
The key to success for the Washington defense is to get constant pressure on the quarterback.
Bovada.Lv lists the Washington Redskins at +2,200 to win the 2017-18 NFC Title.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2017-18 Washington Redskins will go 10-6 and finish second in the NFC East Division.
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