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As we head into NFL Week 11 The Washington Redskins finished last season with a 7-9 record. This was good for third place in the division. Despite their record, the Redskins managed to overachieve because they weren’t expected to win more than five games last year.

Last offseason, the Redskins traded for former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith. Hoping Smith would lead them back to the playoffs. What will this mean for today’s current Super Bowl odds?

For his part, Smith had the team in playoff contention until he went down with a gruesome leg injury that kept him out for the rest of the season and is expected to sideline him this season as well.

The Redskins decided to address their quarterback needs through the draft. Also, selected former Ohio State signal caller Dwayne Haskins with one of their two first round picks, the other was used to select former Mississippi State defensive end Montez Sweat. Has Haskins lived up to the hype?

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The team also brought in Case Keenum. Keenum, spent last season with the Denver Broncos, to provide some leadership at the position. But, if what we are hearing from Washington’s OTAs are to be believed, Haskins might win the starting job by the time the season starts.

The Redskins also signed former New York Giants safety Landon Collins. The player was signed to help improve their secondary. Also, to pickup up former San Francisco 49ers first round pick Rueben Foster, who was released after getting arrested for domestic violence. Updated current Super Bowl odds can be viewed above. Foster was expected to improve their linebacker corps. However, he went down with a serious knee injury during OTAs and will miss the upcoming season.

After rushing for 1,042 yards and seven touchdowns last season, the Redskins decided to bring back running back Adrian Peterson, and added some insurance by drafting former Stanford running back Bryce Love.

The Redskins showed last season that the team can hang with almost any team. This all thanks to their defense. If their offense plays half as well as it did last season, they will be a difficult team to beat. Their current Super Bowl odds is +15000. Would you take this bet?

November 16, 2019 by : Posted in 2020 No Comments

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