Is there another win on the schedule?

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Is there another win on the schedule - which teams do we have a prayer against?

  • vs. Broncos

    Votes: 2 8.7%
  • at Cowboys

    Votes: 1 4.3%
  • at Eagles

    Votes: 2 8.7%
  • vs. Saints

    Votes: 1 4.3%
  • at Raiders

    Votes: 15 65.2%
  • vs. Giants

    Votes: 4 17.4%
  • vs. Cowboys

    Votes: 7 30.4%
  • at Chargers

    Votes: 1 4.3%
  • No.

    Votes: 6 26.1%

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Boone

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The pain and suffering is halfway through folks. With 8 games remaining, we're looking at four playoff caliber teams at home, and three of four on the road.

Is there another win on the schedule - which teams do we have a prayer against?

*if you're bold, feel free to pick more than one!*
 

EatSleepRedskin

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I think the Redskins CAN win every single game on the schedule.

But it's up to players executing the plays.

They haven't executed many plays this season.

I still say any team can beat any team on Sunday in the NFL.

(Maybe Oakland. Maybe.)
 

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The Redskins cannot win every game even if they played 100% down the stretch! I do see them pulling out at least one divisional game left on the schedule, perhaps two. They may beat Oakland, but I doubt it.
 

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The Raiders. Maybe

3-13 at best
 

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With the way decisions are being made right now by player, coach, insecure VP...No more wins.
 

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I'd like to change my vote:toilet:
 

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I too think they COULD win any of their remaining games but they are just making too many mistakes and/or giving up too many big plays for that to happen often. I think they win the remaining home divisional games as well as Oakland and one other perhaps Denver. So I guess that leaves them at 6-10. COULD be better or worse. Will be worse if things continue to fall apart the next two weeks. I believe the next 2 weeks will show whether they hang tough or fold for the rest of the season. We'll see.......
 

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Yeah, this team is falling apart, players are mailing it in. There are 0 wins left on the schedule. 2-14.
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We might sneak one off the Cowboys or Eagles. Other than that I got nothing.
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I also voted no.

In my judgment it would also be in the best interests of the team long-term not to have another win. 2010 is looking like an uncapped year with an added possibility of a greater than usual number of coaches and possibly an extra GM or two becoming available. Therefore the obviousness of desperate need must be kept as intensely apparent as possible to the organization and a season collapse is also necessary to maintain the current level of fan anger with the state of the team. An unexpected win, or perhaps two, will allow the organization to take the position that their "adjustments" are showing signs of success and some fans may be deluded into false hope and unwittingly support the organizations' continued failures.

To whatever level the pressure may be having an effect-exactly how much will only be ascertained by the organizations' moves in 2010-it needs to be maintained.
 

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I see 2 games:

1. The Raiders b/c they find as many ways to screw up as we do.

2. Eagles- The Skins play pretty well against the Eagles at the Linc (better than at FedEx) the past few seasons. I have no clue why.

Frankly, if we go 2-14 I hope we'll be smart enough to draft a LT like Okung from OSU.
 

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I'll go out on a limb. Feel we will (should) beat the Raiders. I also see us upsetting Dallas along the way. There is also a chance we could beat the Giants the way they're playing.

I see 3 potential wins.
 

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Personally I don't see any other wins this season. This is however based on what I hear because I am done watching the Redskins in 09. Can't believe my 4 and 12 prediction won't come true now.
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Mike, the Raiders beat Philly at home, a team that straight shellacked us in our own house. No, I don't think we can beat the Raiders.
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Historically, we just don't seem to fare to well against the Raiders, whether they suck or not. I think our defense is slightly better but their running game is a little better and their O-Line is better. Unless we play lights out against someone else, it's really the only winnable game remaining. Why the heck can we not beat teams in the AFC West?
 

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we swept philly and they arent even that tuff anyways.
Okay, I've figured out how you remain so positive - you are able to black out the bad games from memory. Because clearly you don't remember the Monday night debacle from two weeks ago in which the Iggles beat us like a red-headed step child.
 

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