DMVTrifecta Guest Contributor Patrick Rice provides his prediction for tomorrow’s game between the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles.
Another edition of my “should be weekly picks but it ends up being bi-weekly for many reasons that I think are valid but really aren’t”:
As we head into December, and the last four games of yet another miserable season of football in Washington, here are a few thoughts as this season comes to a close and we look ahead to the offseason:
Somewhere, Mike Shanahan is cackling. Maniacally, in fact, like a deranged super villain whose plans have finally come together.
Let’s just say that, while I hope and pray the Redskins don’t finish another season on a seven game losing streak, I have a lot more time to focus on the rest of the league.
In economics and business decision-making, a “Sunk Cost” is a retrospective (past) cost that has already been incurred and cannot be recovered. Traditional economics proposes that economic actors should not let sunk costs influence their decisions.
Thankfully, we can finally silence any talk of “At 3-6, the Redskins can run the table and win seven straight, like they did in 2012,” and come to grips with the bitter truth: this season is over, and the Redskins are one of the worst teams in the NFL.
DMVTrifecta Guest Contributor Patrick Rice provides his prediction for Sunday’s game between the Washington Redskins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.