At one point, just nine percent of the various NFL experts and analysts below believed the Redskins would go into MetLife Stadium and escape with a win against the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants.
Well, the 91 percent who picked against the Redskins were right — but just barely. The Redskins took a late lead before Eli Manning and Victor Cruz — well, you know what happened in the final seconds.
Anyway, the experts are strongly in favor of one team in tomorrow’s Redskins-Eagles matchup at FedExField; but this time, the Redskins aren’t picked to lose.
More than 85 percent of those listed below are picking the Redskins (3-6) to defeat the Eagles (3-6). Here’s a look at this week’s various picks:
The crew at CBS Sports (spare two) think the Redskins will come out victorious against the Eagles:
Cherish this one, Redskins fans: 13 of the 14 ESPN.com experts picked Washington to win:
FoxSports.com always lists the spread and, if applicable, places teams they think will cover the spread in parenthesis. Two of the four experts think the Redskins will win, though one of those analysts thinks Philadelphia will cover the 3.5-point spread:
A clean sweep! Thank you, NFL.com!:
ProFootballTalk/NBC’s Mike Florio and Michael David Smith don’t see eye to eye about the Redskins-Eagles matchup:
Sports Illustrated columnist Peter King takes issue with Eagles rookie quarterback Nick Foles’ hair — and also takes issue with the Philadelphia defense. He’s looking for a big day from “BobGriff,” also known as Robert Griffin III:
Week 11 Pick ‘Em Totals: 29 for Redskins; five for Eagles.
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