The Washington Redskins head into today’s game vs. the Cleveland Browns the winners of four straight games. But having the momentum going your way doesn’t always guarantee a win in the NFL, especially on the road.
The Redskins will be giving quarterback Kirk Cousins his first-career start today, as Robert Griffin III nurses a sprained LCL in his right knee. The experts and analysts below probably took the possibility of Cousins starting into consideration when making their weekly picks.
Despite this fact, the Redskins are still favored today.
Here’s this week’s version of Experts Pick ‘Em:
The crew at CBS Sports are picking the Browns at a 2:1 ratio:
The group at ESPN.com , meanwhile, is the opposite, going with the Redskins by a 9-5 count:
FoxSports.com and its four experts are split in their decision about today’s game:
All but one — Rhino — at NFL.com think the Redskins will pull this one out:
ProFootballTalk/NBC’s Mike Florio and Michael David Smith see this game heading in different directions:
Sports Illustrated columnist Peter King thinks the Griffin III factor will be too much to overcome for the Redskins:
Week 15 Pick ‘Em Totals: 19 for Redskins; 16 for Browns.
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