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Washington Redskins will not play the final game if they do not start winning games. This week they get the…

Washington Redskins will not play the final game if they do not start winning games. This week they get the chance to win that win, and also improve their position in the playoff image, against the New York Giants.

Yes, with everything that has happened to Redskins, they still have the chance for the playoffs. Not only do they live in Wild Card, but the NFC East Division title is still in conflict.

This week things change a bit, now they can not care about the law behind them in the position.

They must win and they need to team before they lose.

Before you skip this week, here is a list of teams in the NFC final as Redskins holds a tie breaker: [19659002] -Arizona Cardinals (3-9)
-Green Bay Packers (4-7-1

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-Carolina Panthers (6-6)
-Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-7)

Here are the teams where the tiebreakers were lost:

-New Orleans Saints (10-2)
-Atlanta Falcons (4-8)

And these are still in the air:

-Dallas Cowboys (7-5)
-New York Giants (4-8)
-Philadelphia Eagles (6 -6)

Redskins Week 14 Rooting Guide

New Orleans Saints (10-2) vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-7)
Sunday, December 9, 1:00

It is now impossible for Redskins to pass the Saints, unless a three-way slice complicates things. Although Washington would not care about the law behind them in the position, it does not hurt for [Saints] root.

Atlanta Falcons (4-8) vs. Green Bay Packers (4-7-1)
Sunday, December 9, 1:00

This is not match-up to anyone expected at the beginning of the season between these two teams. In week 14 this has now turned into an elimination game. As a theme for this week, Redskins should not worry about the law behind them, regardless of whether there is a direct tire breaker. Root for the Falcons because they have a worse record.

Carolina Panthers (6-6) vs Cleveland Browns (4-7-1)
Sunday, December 9 1:00 pm

If Redskins can put a team behind them, it just makes it a little easier . It’s a superconferences game that makes it clear for Brown’s Brown.

Detroit Lions (4-8) vs. Arizona Cardinals (3-9)
Sunday, December 9, 16:25

A pitiful game in week 14 that no one outside Arizona and Michigan will care about. You might as well row for the Cardinals because they have a worse post.

Philadelphia Eagles (6-6) vs Dallas Cowboys (7-5)
Sunday December 9 at 16:25

Washington’s best bet for making the off season is likely in the wild card with so simple schedule for the cowboys. Nevertheless, the Red Skins have the 17th match against Philadelphia as they can use to make a game. In addition, the eagles Rams and Houston Texans have on their schedule so they are bound to lose at least one. Even though the play is crowded the eagles are rotten . If Philly wins and so does Redskins, it’s a three-way tie at the top of the division.

And no, a tie would not help Redskins.

Los Angeles Rams (11-1) against Chicago Bears (8-4)
Sunday, December 9 at 8:20

Washington mathematically can not pass Rams. They can technically pass the bears if the Vikings return or if the Red Skins find an unlikely road to the NFC East title. None of these are likely, but again you too, r oot for Rams.

Minnesota Vikings (6-5-1) vs Seattle Seahawks (7-5)
Monday, December 10 at 6:15 pm

All Redskins need is a playoff spot. No need to ask for more than needed. If the vikings were to lose and the red rail would win, at least Washington is in a four-way slice for the last place in the NFC final. So, root for Seahawks.


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