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Eagles Aim To End Redskins' Playoff Hopes (1 Viewer)

HAHA Just like the Browns planned last week of ending the Steelers playoff hopes. :D Hey I plan on winning Lotto this week too. I guess I have as good as chance as the Eagles. Its nice to play spoiler but when your best hope is to keep the game close to a couple of scores you should just shut your mouth.

 
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Eagles vs. Redskins games are always close. Usually decided by 7 points or less and have often been within 4 points over the last decade or so.If the Redskins don't bring their A game, they will lose.

 
Eagles vs. Redskins games are always close. Usually decided by 7 points or less and have often been within 4 points over the last decade or so.

If the Redskins don't bring their A game, they will lose.
Yes but the Eagles are use to having Mcnabb at qb in alot of those games and not to mention Westbrook the last year or two.
 
Eagles vs. Redskins games are always close. Usually decided by 7 points or less and have often been within 4 points over the last decade or so.

If the Redskins don't bring their A game, they will lose.
Yes but the Eagles are use to having Mcnabb at qb in alot of those games and not to mention Westbrook the last year or two.
It doesn't matter, those games are always close. Even the past few years when the Eagles were dominant and the Skins were trash, the Skins still played a close game.It's almost always that way between those two teams regardless of the talent level.

 
Eagles vs. Redskins games are always close. Usually decided by 7 points or less and have often been within 4 points over the last decade or so.

If the Redskins don't bring their A game, they will lose.
Yes but the Eagles are use to having Mcnabb at qb in alot of those games and not to mention Westbrook the last year or two.
It doesn't matter, those games are always close. Even the past few years when the Eagles were dominant and the Skins were trash, the Skins still played a close game.It's almost always that way between those two teams regardless of the talent level.
Just because the Skins played the Eagles tough when they were bad and the Eagles were top notch does not mean that it works vice-versa. I'm not saying that this game will be a blowout....just pointing out that your logic is flawed imho.

 
Eagles vs. Redskins games are always close. Usually decided by 7 points or less and have often been within 4 points over the last decade or so.

If the Redskins don't bring their A game, they will lose.
Yes but the Eagles are use to having Mcnabb at qb in alot of those games and not to mention Westbrook the last year or two.
It doesn't matter, those games are always close. Even the past few years when the Eagles were dominant and the Skins were trash, the Skins still played a close game.It's almost always that way between those two teams regardless of the talent level.
Just because the Skins played the Eagles tough when they were bad and the Eagles were top notch does not mean that it works vice-versa. I'm not saying that this game will be a blowout....just pointing out that your logic is flawed imho.
Check the history of the games. It has been vice-versa. NFC East match-ups in general are usually tight games year-in and year-out, but especially those between the Eagles and Redskins.I know the Redskins should win. I know they likely will win. But I they are gonna have to work for it and I wouldn't be surprised if the Eagles pull off the upset.

Knowing they can knock the Skins out of the playoffs with a W only gives the Eagles more incentive. It will be a tigth game that comes down to the last 5 minutes IMO and could go either way.

 
Any Redskin fan with a brain is worried about this game, or will be by gametime. Despite the loss of McNabb, Westbrook, and Owens, the Eagles are a solid football team that doesn't quit. And despite a couple drubbings this year, NFC East games are traditionally close.If the Redskins get up 14 or 17 points early, it could be a blowout. It's more likely to be a nailbiter, though.Go Skins, by the way.

 
Just because the Skins played the Eagles tough when they were bad and the Eagles were top notch does not mean that it works vice-versa.
Well, if that situation ever comes up, we will find out. It does not apply right now since Washington is not top-notch. And if Philly wins this game, they will only finish two games behind the Redskins, so the gap between the two this season as a whole is not as wide as it might appear.
 

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