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2013 Season Predictions

Burner’s Burning Questions – 2013 Season Predictions

The new season is about to begin and the Redskins are facing another tough sixteen game schedule. In the final offseason edition of BBQ for 2013, we will make a game by game prediction. BBQ would love to see a 16-0 record, but let’s see if we can make some accurate forecasts.

September 9 – Eagles at Redskins
Chip Kelly is bringing a new and much heralded offense to the NFL. The Redskins return Robert Griffin, III. Will there be a wild shootout? No.
Redskins 34 Eagles 13.

September 15 – Redskins at Packers
Lambeau field is a difficult place for visiting teams, but the Redskins come prepared to upset Aaron Rodgers and Co.
Redskins 30 Packers 27.

September 22 – Lions at Redskins
The Lions are determined to prove that they belong amongst the league’s elite. The Redskins don’t think so and cruise to an easy win.
Redskins 45 Lions 19.

September 29 – Redskins at Raiders
The Redskins face a determined effort from the Raiders, but a strong second half gives the visiting team a decisive win.
Redskins 33 Raiders 17.

Week Five – Bye
The Redskins have a record of 4-0 at the early season break. The team is off to a solid start, but the meat of a tough schedule is yet to come. Rob Jackson and Jarvis Jenkins return to the squad.

October 13 – Redskins at Cowboys
The Cowboys have a bad taste in their mouths after being swept by the Redskins last year and look for a measure of revenge. However, Robert Griffin, III has one of his best days as a pro as he passes for more than 400 yards for the first time.
Redskins 38 Cowboys 24.

October 20 – Bears at Redskins
Jay Cutler visits his former coach, but the welcoming committee is not too hospitable. The Redskins move to 6-0 with a solid defense and a 150 yard day from Alfred Morris.
Redskins 41 Bears 14.

October 27 – Redskins at Broncos
Two teams with franchise quarterbacks meet for a mid fall classic. The game does not disappoint and a see-saw affair is decided by a last second field goal.
Broncos 36 Redskins 34.

November 3 – Chargers at Redskins
After losing their first game of the season, the Redskins return to the comforts of FedEx Field and fire a ton of lightning strikes at the Chargers.
Redskins 51 Chargers 21.

November 7 – Redskins at Vikings
After a huge win at home, the Redskins hit the road in a very short week. The Vikings get a measure of revenge from last season with an upset.
Vikings 27 Redskins 24.

November 17 – Redskins at Eagles
After the upset in Minnesota, the Redskins have a few extra days to prepare for the Eagles and it pays off. Both Griffin and Morris have huge days as the Redskins return to form.
Redskins 37 Eagles 14.

November 25 – 49ers at Redskins
The Redskins face one of their toughest opponents to date and fall behind early. Behind a spirited comeback, the Redskins snatch a victory away in an upset.
Redskins 26 49ers 23.

December 1 – Giants at Redskins
Another primetime game and the Redskins do not suffer a letdown this time. Both defenses limit the opposing offenses to several field goals, but the Redskins dig down deep for a huge divisional win.
Redskins 29 Giants 22.

December 8 – Chiefs at Redskins
Andy Reid returns to FedEx Field and has traded his green attire for red and white clothing. He gets a chilly December reception as the Redskins continue to roll towards a division title.
Redskins 42 Chiefs 10.

December 15 – Redskins at Falcons
The Falcons are battling for a playoff spot and division title. They score a hard fought win at home.
Falcons 25 Redskins 20.

December 22 – Cowboys at Redskins
The Cowboys are playing for pride and the Redskins have locked up a wild card, but a win over the visitors secures a division championship. The Cowboys get off to a good start, but the Redskins are relentless. Too much Griffin. Too much Morris. Too much Garcon. Too much Fletcher. Too much Kerrigan. Too much Amerson.
Redskins 48 Cowboys 28.

December 29 – Redskins at Giants
With a divisional championship secured, the Redskins decide to rest most of their starters and the Giants are given an early New Year’s gift.
Giants 35 Redskins 17.

The Redskins finish with a record of 12-4 as they celebrate a second straight NFC East crown. A first round bye and a home game for the playoffs is assured.

This is the final offseason edition of BBQ. The weekly BBQ format will return each Friday during the season.
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