On Sunday morning, a few hours before kickoff, my cousin — a Philadelphia native and lifelong supporter of all Philadelphia teams having been born, raised, and still living in the area — texts me with a proposed wager for the upcoming Redskins vs. Eagles game:
DMVTrifecta Guest Contributor Patrick Rice provides his prediction for this Sunday’s game between the Washington Redskins and Jacksonville Jaguars.
True story: I wanted to write a scathing column, absolutely destroying Robert Griffin III, Jay Gruden, and anyone on the Washington Redskins offense not named Alfred Morris.
DMVTrifecta Guest Contributor Patrick Rice provides his prediction for this Sunday’s match up between the Washington Redskins and Houston Texans.
Consider these predictions for entertainment purposes only. Translation: if you’re stupid enough to take any of the following seriously to the point of investing money on these predictions, then God help us all.
Nearly everyone is ready to throw out a mostly arbitrary prediction of what record a team will finish with in a given football season.
As much as I despise the end of summer, and it’s translation of impending cold weather and days with less sunlight, it also means one thing: football season is here.
Inspired by Matthew Berry’s always-interesting annual 100 Fantasy Football facts, I decided to come up with my own list of facts, stats, and findings as a result of my own fantasy football research.