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Season Win Totals NFL Predictions – Washington Redskins 2014 Lines

Redskins Over / Under Season Wins

The Washington Redskins enter the 2014-2015 season full of promise yet again, with a new coach and a few new weapons in town. The question is – are they good enough to reach the playoffs and erase the memory of a miserable 3-13 2013 season.

Over Under Lines

  • Over 7.5 Wins (+110)
  • Under 7.5 Wins (-140)

Vegas seems to have little faith in the Skins’ chances to emerge out of the NFC East – their season win total is set at 7.5. Let’s break down Washington’s chances of rebounding this upcoming season and discuss their chances of finishing .500 or better.

Washington has some weapons on offense that’s for sure – Robert Griffin III alone makes them a .500 team – don’t you think? New coach Jay Gruden will have some work to do leaning the nuances of his new players and getting his feet under him in his first head coaching gig.

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He has Griffin III, running back Alfred Morris and new piece DeSean Jackson with which to build an offense that actually finished ninth in total yards last year despite a rash of injuries and a fair share of turmoil under the leadership of the Shanahans.

The key for Washington is Griffin III – his drop-off last year was monumental. Griffin III clearly wasn’t healthy all season long and saw his total touchdown output shrink from 27 to 16. His passer rating was a miserable 82.2 last year as well – something that should change as he returns to the field under full health.

Without a nagging brace, expect Griffin III to return to the elite level of QB this year – scrambling and throwing the ball to newcomer DeSean Jackson who compliments Pierre Garcon and Santana Moss superbly for the Skins. Let’s not forget Tight End Jordan Reed who looks poised to become the next breakout star in the NFL.
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Returning at running back for Washington is Alfred Morris who has all the makings of an elite back – he like the rest of the team had diminished numbers last year mostly because of the struggles of his QB. Morris will likely be afforded more room with a healthy Griffin.

Simply put Washington has all the pieces in place to become the most improved team in the NFL in 2014 – at least on offense. Their success however is solely dependent on the health of their top tier quarterback.

Washington’s defense also poses a bit of a problem going forward. This is a unit that was 18th in the NFL last year. The Skins did add D-lineman Jason Hatcher and they did take linebacker Trent Murphy in the second round but Murphy is expected to miss the first third of the season or so because of injury.

Betting Prediction:

The AFC East looks pretty wide open again this year – winning games within their own division is key – and seemingly very possible heading into the 2014 campaign. The Skins’ ceiling is high – the talent they possess is no joke.

Expect Washington to knock on the door of a playoff spot and finish 9-7 this year – Over the 7.5 win total that Vegas has set out.

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