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Redskins Giants – Redskins Playoffs Hopes Dwindling
Posted By Mercedes Green On Dec 3 2010 @ 11:26 am In Washington Redskins | No Comments
The Redskins are injured, the offense is inconsistent, the defence is dead last, so with their playoff hopes in jeopardy, they meet the 7-4 Giants. The Giants are coming off a win against the Jaguars and the Redskins from a loss to the awakened Vikings. The Giants don’t have to win this game to stay in the playoff hunt, but they want to take the division from the Eagles. The Redskins have to win. Historically for the Redskins, this is their month, so I want to see improvement everywhere.
The Redskins injuries are having a major affect on their offense. Their running game at the beginning on the season was supposed to be their strong point, but after losing all 3 starters, they relied on Ryan Torain, but then he got injured, and then came Rookie Keiland Williams, who has shown great progress and now 1st year RB James Davis is in the mix.
Last week was all short passes on offense and many missed catches (calling you out Santana Moss). Brandon Banks had the game winning touchdown, but was called back due to a very stupid, unneeded block in the back penalty, which robbed BB of yards and a TD.
QB Donavan McNabb has tempered his interceptions a bit, but I don’t see the confidence anymore. His contract will only be extending if the Redskins decide after a few more games. You would think that he’d be playing like his contract depended on it….
Redskins travel up to New Meadowlands Stadium for the 1PM game. I still have faith Redskins, but come on! Give us fans something to really cheer for! HTTR!
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