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washington redskins SCHEDULE

SCORE
TV
Thu Aug 1307:30 PM
vs
@ Browns @ Browns
30 - 10
TV: N/A
Thu Aug 2007:30 PM
vs
vs Bengals vs Bengals
13 - 23
TV: N/A
Thu Aug 2707:30 PM
vs
@ Falcons @ Falcons
7 - 19
TV: N/A
Thu Sep 0307:30 PM
vs
vs Ravens vs Ravens
7 - 20
TV: N/A
Sun Sep 1301:00 PM
vs
@ Eagles @ Eagles
32 - 27
TV: FOX
Sun Sep 2001:00 PM
vs
vs Cowboys vs Cowboys
21 - 31
TV: FOX
Mon Sep 2808:15 PM
vs
vs Bears vs Bears
15 - 31
TV: ESPN
Sun Oct 0401:00 PM
vs
@ Giants @ Giants
24 - 3
TV: FOX
Sun Oct 1101:00 PM
vs
vs Patriots vs Patriots
7 - 33
TV: CBS
Sun Oct 1801:00 PM
vs
@ Dolphins @ Dolphins
16 - 17
TV: FOX
Sun Oct 2501:00 PM
vs
vs 49ers vs 49ers
0 - 9
TV: FOX
Thu Oct 2908:20 PM
vs
@ Vikings @ Vikings
19 - 9
TV: FOX NFL Network Amazon Prime Video
Sun Nov 0801:00 PM
vs
@ Bills @ Bills
24 - 9
TV: FOX
Sun Nov 2201:00 PM
vs
vs Jets vs Jets
17 - 34
TV: FOX
Sun Nov 2901:00 PM
vs
vs Lions vs Lions
19 - 16
TV: FOX
Sun Dec 0601:00 PM
vs
@ Panthers @ Panthers
21 - 29
TV: CBS
Sun Dec 1301:00 PM
vs
@ Packers @ Packers
20 - 15
TV: FOX
Sun Dec 2001:00 PM
vs
vs Eagles vs Eagles
27 - 37
TV: FOX
Sun Dec 2701:00 PM
vs
vs Giants vs Giants
35 - 41
TV: FOX
Sun Jan 0304:25 PM
vs
@ Cowboys @ Cowboys
47 - 16
TV: FOX

washington redskins STANDINGS

Team Name
Wins
Loss
Ties
Win%
Eagles
9
7
0
.563
Cowboys
8
8
0
.500
Giants
4
12
0
.250
Redskins
3
13
0
.188

washington redskins Roster

Player Name
Uniform
Position
Paul Adams
79
T
Jonathan Allen
93
DT
Kyle Allen
N/A
QB
Ryan Anderson
52
LB
Troy Apke
30
S
Peyton Barber
N/A
RB
Marcus Baugh
N/A
TE
Ryan Bee
92
DE
Jon Bostic
53
LB
Jordan Brailford
95
LB
Caleb Brantley
99
DT
Geron Christian Sr.
74
T
Landon Collins
20
S
Ronald Darby
N/A
CB
Sean Davis
N/A
S
Thomas Davis Sr.
N/A
LB
Deshazor Everett
22
S
Josh Ferguson
36
RB
Reuben Foster
N/A
LB
Kendall Fuller
N/A
CB
Derrius Guice
29
RB
Emanuel Hall
80
WR
Shaun Dion Hamilton
51
LB
Kelvin Harmon
13
WR
Josh Harvey-Clemons
40
LB
Dwayne Haskins Jr.
7
QB
Hale Hentges
88
TE
Cole Holcomb
55
LB
Dustin Hopkins
3
K
Matt Ioannidis
98
DE
Danny Johnson
41
CB
Ryan Kerrigan
91
LB
Darvin Kidsy
84
WR
Cody Latimer
N/A
WR
Bryce Love
23
RB
Cornelius Lucas
N/A
T
Cameron Malveaux
48
DE
Wes Martin
67
G
J.D. McKissic
N/A
RB
Terry McLaurin
17
WR
Fabian Moreau
31
CB
Jimmy Moreland
32
CB
Morgan Moses
76
T
Jared Norris
N/A
LB
Nate Orchard
54
LB
Timon Parris
61
T
Da'Ron Payne
94
DT
Adrian Peterson
26
RB
Kevin Pierre-Louis
N/A
LB
Ross Pierschbacher
64
C
Trey Quinn
18
WR
Jeremy Reaves
39
S
Richard Rodgers
N/A
TE
Chase Roullier
73
C
Brandon Scherff
75
G
Wes Schweitzer
N/A
G
Tim Settle
97
DT
Cam Sims
89
WR
Steven Sims Jr.
15
WR
Alex Smith
11
QB
Maurice Smith
46
S
Jeremy Sprinkle
87
TE
Nick Sundberg
57
C LS
Montez Sweat
90
LB
Logan Thomas
N/A
TE
Simeon Thomas
38
CB
Jordan Veasy
14
WR
Jeremy Vujnovich
N/A
G
Tress Way
5
P
Jester Weah
19
WR
Trent Williams
71
T
Caleb Wilson
83
TE

washington redskins Injuries

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NFL Betting: NFC East Free Agency Thoughts AFter Week 1

If you didn’t already know, the NFC East was a complete mess last season that was appropriately worthy of its nickname, the NFC Least. Philadelphia scratched out nine wins to claim the division title while Dallas underachieved in going 8-8. The Giants only won four games and although they did find their franchise quarterback in Daniel Jones, they’ll have a completely untested new head coach in 2020. Washington only won three games, but the direction of their franchise took a positive turn when Daniel Snyder decided to hire no-nonsense veteran head coach Ron Rivera. Now, let’s find out how all four NFC East residents fared in free agency with their NFL Odds and Super Bowl Odds Updated.

NFC East Free Agency Thoughts AFter Week 1

Philadelphia Eagles

Additions/players brought back:

  • DI Javon Hargrave (signed for three years, $39 million, $26 million guaranteed)
  • CB Darius Slay (via trade)
  • S Jalen Mills (re-signed for one year, $5 million)
  • S Rodney McLeod (re-signed for two years, $12 million)
  • QB Nate Sudfeld (re-signed for one year, $2 million)
  • S Will Parks (signed for one year)

Losses:

  • T Jason Peters
  • WR Nelson Agholor
  • CB Ronald Darby
  • RB Jordan Howard
  • EDGE Vinny Curry
  • T Halapoulivaati Vaitai
  • S Malcolm Jenkins

While Philadelphia went a modest 9-7 last season, Carson Wentz showed he truly is a franchise quarterbacks as he finished out the 2019 campaign by throwing the ball to a bunch of guys named Big-Mac, Super CK, Hollywood, Dark Knight and Bird. (Yes, those are guys I actually grew up with in Philly). All jokes aside, Philadelphia needs to address their wide receiver position, which they failed to do in free agency. The Birds did address their porous pass defense and they did just that by trading for (and extending) veteran cornerback Darius Slay while also adding safety Will Parks and re-signing safeties Jalen Mills and Rodney McLeod. The Eagles also added veteran defensive lineman Javon Hargrave on a three-year deal. The bad news is that Philadelphia lost veteran tackle Jason Peters, cornerback Ronald Darby, bruising running back Jordan Howard and safety Malcolm Jenkins. In the end, the Birds had a solid, but not great free agent signing period.

  • Grade: C+
  • Odds to Win the NFC East: +140
  • Odds to Win NFC: +850
  • Odds to Win Super Bowl: +2000

Dallas Cowboys

Additions/players brought back:

  • QB Dak Prescott (exclusive franchise tag)
  • WR Amari Cooper (re-signed for five years, $100 million, $60 million guaranteed)
  • CB Anthony Brown (re-signed for three years, $15.5 million)
  • TE Blake Jarwin (re-signed for four years, $22 million)
  • LB Sean Lee (re-signed for one year, $4.5 million, $2 million guaranteed)
  • OL Joe Looney (re-signed)
  • DI Gerald McCoy (signed for three years, $18.3 million)
  • K Kai Forbath (re-signed)
  • S Darian Thompson (re-signed)
  • S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (signed for one year, $4 million)

Losses:

  • CB Byron Jones
  • EDGE Robert Quinn
  • WR Randall Cobb
  • DI Maliek Collins
  • S Jeff Heath
  • TE Jason Witten

The Cowboys struggled in 2019 after paying star running back Ezekiel Elliott a whopping $90 million over the next six seasons with $50 million of that guaranteed. Dallas couldn’t afford to keep the best cornerback in the game today in Byron Jones and they also saw veteran defensive end Robert Quinn, wide receiver Randall Cobb and tight end Jason Witten all bolt in free agency. Yes, the Boys did slap their franchise tag on quarterback Dak Prescott while re-signing wide receiver Amari Cooper to a five-year deal and they also added veteran interior defensive lineman Gerald McCoy and safety Clinton Ha Ha Dix who reunites with former head coach Mike McCarthy. Overall, the loss of Jones probably cancels out any additions that made, making their fee agency period mostly a wash.

  • Grade: C-
  • Odds to Win the NFC East: +125
  • Odds to Win NFC: +900
  • Odds to Win Super Bowl: +2000

New York Giants

Additions/players brought back:

  • CB James Bradberry (signed for three-years, $45 million, $32 million guaranteed)
  • DI Leonard Williams (franchise tag)
  • LB David Mayo (re-signed for three years, $8.4 million)
  • TE Levine Toilolo (signed for two years, $6.2 million)
  • LB Blake Martinez (signed for three years, $30 million)
  • S Nate Ebner (signed)
  • EDGE Kyler Fackrell (signed for one year, $4.6 million)
  • T Cam Fleming (signed for one-year, $4 million)

Losses:

  • QB Eli Manning (retired)
  • EDGE Markus Golden
  • S Antoine Bethea (cut)
  • LB Alec Ogletree (cut)
  • T Mike Remmers

The Giants are heading in a new direction under first-time head coach joe Judge and they needed to upgrade their roster at multiple positions on both sides of the ball. Unfortunately for fans of the G-Men, New York failed miserably at doing so in free agency.  Besides overpaying for veteran defensive tackle Leonard Williams, the Giants made a bunch of decent, but certainly not great, signings by bringing veterans like cornerback James Bradberry, linebackers David Mayo and Blake Martinez and tight end Levine Toilolo. The G-Men saw longtime franchise quarterback Eli Manning retire while watching veteran edge rusher Markus Golden and linebacker Alec Ogletree leave in free agency. No matter how you look at it, the Giants failed in free agency.

  • Grade: F
  • Odds to Win the NFC East: +650
  • Odds to Win NFC: +4000
  • Odds to Win Super Bowl: +12500

Washington Redskins

Additions/players brought back:

  • G Brandon Scherff (franchise tag)
  • CB Kendall Fuller (signed for four years, $40 million)
  • LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (signed for one year, $3.45 million)
  • LB Thomas Davis (signed)
  • S Sean Davis (signed for one year, $5 million)
  • RB J.D. McKissic (signed for two years)
  • G Wes Schweitzer (signed for three years, $13.5 million)

Losses:

  • QB Case Keenum
  • G Ereck Flowers
  • CB Josh Norman (cut)
  • CB Quinton Dunbar (via trade)

In addition to naming former Panthers head coach their new leading man, the Redskins made a handful of smart moves in free agency, starting with parting ways overpaid cornerback Josh Norman and guard Ereck Flowers while letting veteran backup quarterback Case Keenum walk and trading cornerback Quinton Dunbar. Washington also put their franchise tag on veteran guard Brandon Scherff while signing veteran linebacker Thomas Davis who will reunite with Rivera. Washington will have veteran running back Adrian Peterson once more and they looked to upgrade their offensive line by signing veteran guard  Wes Schweitzer to a three-year deal. Overall, Washington is clearly headed in the right direction under Rivera and they get a passing grade for their efforts in free agency.

  • Grade: B
  • Odds to Win the NFC East: +800
  • Odds to Win NFC: +7500
  • Odds to Win Super Bowl: +15000

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Conference National Football Conference (NFC)
Division East
Founded 1932
History Boston Braves (1932)
Boston Redskins (1933–1936)
Washington Redskins (1937–present)
Arena FedExField
League Titles 5 (1970 AFL–NFL merger) 1937, 1942
(Super Bowl championships) 1982 (XVII), 1987 (XXII), 1991 (XXVI)
Conference Titles 5 (NFC) 1972, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1991
Division Titles 14 (NFL Eastern) 1936, 1937, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1945
(NFC East) 1972, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1991, 1999, 2012, 2015

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