Last week, just more than 25 percent of the NFL experts and analysts below picked the Redskins to defeat the New York Giants on Monday Night Football at FedExField.
So, in other words, a little less than 75 percent of those experts and analysts were wrong. The Redskins, of course, won 17-16 to get within a game of the NFC East-leading Giants.
The story is a little different today, as the Redskins (6-6) play host to the AFC North-leading Ravens (9-3) at FedExField. Even though the Ravens have been enjoying a better season overall to this point, you can see below which team the analysts are going with today.
Here’s this week’s version of Experts Pick ‘Em:
The crew at CBS Sports are pretty split in their picks:
The group at ESPN.comare picking the Redskins by about a 2-to-1 ratio:
FoxSports.com always lists the spread and, if applicable, places teams they think will cover the spread in parenthesis. Three of the four experts think the Giants will win, and three of them think New York will cover the two-point spread:
A clean sweep by the five-man crew at NFL.com:
ProFootballTalk/NBC’s Mike Florio and Michael David Smith both see the Redskins winning today, though one thinks it will be more a of a defensive struggle than the other:
Sports Illustrated columnist Peter King wishes Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was healthy enough to play today against the Redskins; fortunately, for Washington, he’s not:
Week 14 Pick ‘Em Totals: 23 for Redskins; 12 for Ravens.
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