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Everyone's favorite sport commentator/analyst - Chris Collinsworth - picked the Redskins to beat Dallas on Sunday.

Collinsworth said, "I'm just smelling upset in this one...Joe Salave'a's back, Lavar Arrington is coming back, Clinton Portis is coming back - and he's playing great football over the past month or so. At home, the most emotional game of the year...Washington Redskins...the Washington Redskins...write it down...the Washington Redskins."

Also, it should be noted that Collinsworth has the best weekly pick's record on the show.

The rest of the discussion centered on whether or not Dallas would/should revert back to a typical Bill Parcells ball control/road game offense or stay with the wide open passing game they used against Kansas City. Cris Carter said, "Pick a guy - let it fly. But, they should let it fly because Washington's secondary...all three of their cornerbacks are injured. So, this is the perfect week for that type of philosophy, and Washington can't put the type of pressure on Dallas the way Kansas City could...Kansas City has a better defensive front than Washington does. So, I would sling it all around the park."

Of course, at the end of the discussion Cris Carter said to Collinsworth, “Tell the truth though, tell the truth…you’re just picking them because our producer wants one of us to pick them.” Dan Marino replied, “Well, he’s (the producer) wrong.” To which Carter replied, “He’s (the producer) definitely wrong.” Finally, in the end, Collinsworth simply replied, “The Washington Redskins.”

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Everyone's favorite sport commentator/analyst - Chris Collinsworth - picked the Redskins to beat Dallas on Sunday.

Collinsworth said, "I'm just smelling upset in this one...Joe Salave'a's back, Lavar Arrington is coming back, Clinton Portis is coming back - and he's playing great football over the past month or so. At home, the most emotional game of the year...Washington Redskins...the Washington Redskins...write it down...the Washington Redskins."

Also, it should be noted that Collinsworth has the best weekly pick's record on the show.

The rest of the discussion centered on whether or not Dallas would/should revert back to a typical Bill Parcells ball control/road game offense or stay with the wide open passing game they used against Kansas City. Cris Carter said, "Pick a guy - let it fly. But, they should let it fly because Washington's secondary...all three of their cornerbacks are injured. So, this is the perfect week for that type of philosophy, and Washington can't put the type of pressure on Dallas the way Kansas City could...Kansas City has a better defensive front than Washington does. So, I would sling it all around the park."

Of course, at the end of the discussion Cris Carter said to Collinsworth, “Tell the truth though, tell the truth…you’re just picking them because our producer wants one of us to pick them.” Dan Marino replied, “Well, he’s (the producer) wrong.” To which Carter replied, “He’s (the producer) definitely wrong.” Finally, in the end, Collinsworth simply replied, “The Washington Redskins.”

Cris Carter and Dan Marino belong together. Two losers who never one a championship. They envy J. Gibbs and the Skins. ;)

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Everyone's favorite sport commentator/analyst - Chris Collinsworth - picked the Redskins to beat Dallas on Sunday.

Collinsworth said, "I'm just smelling upset in this one...Joe Salave'a's back, Lavar Arrington is coming back, Clinton Portis is coming back - and he's playing great football over the past month or so. At home, the most emotional game of the year...Washington Redskins...the Washington Redskins...write it down...the Washington Redskins."

Also, it should be noted that Collinsworth has the best weekly pick's record on the show.

The rest of the discussion centered on whether or not Dallas would/should revert back to a typical Bill Parcells ball control/road game offense or stay with the wide open passing game they used against Kansas City. Cris Carter said, "Pick a guy - let it fly. But, they should let it fly because Washington's secondary...all three of their cornerbacks are injured. So, this is the perfect week for that type of philosophy, and Washington can't put the type of pressure on Dallas the way Kansas City could...Kansas City has a better defensive front than Washington does. So, I would sling it all around the park."

Of course, at the end of the discussion Cris Carter said to Collinsworth, “Tell the truth though, tell the truth…you’re just picking them because our producer wants one of us to pick them.” Dan Marino replied, “Well, he’s (the producer) wrong.” To which Carter replied, “He’s (the producer) definitely wrong.” Finally, in the end, Collinsworth simply replied, “The Washington Redskins.”

He's right though, it's going to go tough on em. Dallas could beat us, but I'm betting they'll have to work their tail off and have a whole lot of luck to do it. It's December, it's cold, it's at home, the running game is coming. The Cowboys are going to get smacked in the mouth, that much is not debatable. How they handle that will determine the outcome. :2cents:

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Carter is definately a punk. He said earlier that the Skins were the worst team in the division, when they were undefeated. I notice he also picked the Skins to win a few games, but he really seems to throw out the bitter barbs when they come up. Like this week with the producer shot.

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Arizonia had a better pass offense and wrs, and the pokes OL is hurting

KC defense is no where as good as the Skins, so why would anyone think Dallas can pass at will?

The argument was that in order to beat Dallas you have to pressure Bledsoe, and KC's defensive front is better than ours, and yet they still couldn't get it done.

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Chris Carter has been the most unbelievable hater of them all this year. I think Dan Snyder killed his dog or something :doh:

comical, really.

Actually, logically speaking, Carter was almost dead-on about the Redskins. Think about it, had the Eagles remained healthy, and not jettisoned T.O., we very well may have been sitting in the cellar right now. So, though Carter may be perceived as a "hater" he did have some basis for his predictions.

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Actually, logically speaking, Carter was almost dead-on about the Redskins. Think about it, had the Eagles remained healthy, and not jettisoned T.O., we very well may have been sitting in the cellar right now. So, though Carter may be perceived as a "hater" he did have some basis for his predictions.

TO has 2 small catches an a fumble in DC last season, we've only played philly once so far with everyone else.

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Actually, logically speaking, Carter was almost dead-on about the Redskins. Think about it, had the Eagles remained healthy, and not jettisoned T.O., we very well may have been sitting in the cellar right now. So, though Carter may be perceived as a "hater" he did have some basis for his predictions.

Well that assumes that WAS is the only team that suffers if Eagles stayed healthy/had TO/played to expectations

IIRC two of Dallas and NY's wins are over Eagles this year..

Assume the Eagles won ALL their NFC East games this year and current standings for the other three teams would be

NY 7-6

WAS - 6-7

DAL - 6-7

That's a pretty crowded cellar

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TO has 2 small catches an a fumble in DC last season, we've only played philly once so far with everyone else.

Yes, that's true, but it's not my point. My point is had McNabb and Westbrook remained healthy, and T.O. was still playing, their record would undoubtedly be better than it is currently, thereby making it a possibility that we’d be behind them in the standings.

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Well that assumes that WAS is the only team that suffers if Eagles stayed healthy/had TO/played to expectations

IIRC two of Dallas and NY's wins are over Eagles this year..

Assume the Eagles won ALL their NFC East games this year and current standings for the other three teams would be

NY 7-6

WAS - 6-7

DAL - 6-7

That's a pretty crowded cellar

True, but the cellar no less.

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Well that assumes that WAS is the only team that suffers if Eagles stayed healthy/had TO/played to expectations

IIRC two of Dallas and NY's wins are over Eagles this year..

:applause: Great point! Redskins have benefited least from Philly's demise, not most. NY & Dal porked 'em for 2 wins each. Redskins only once. I love the one-dimensional alternate reality the prognosticators live in.
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Actually, logically speaking, Carter was almost dead-on about the Redskins. Think about it, had the Eagles remained healthy, and not jettisoned T.O., we very well may have been sitting in the cellar right now. So, though Carter may be perceived as a "hater" he did have some basis for his predictions.

And if the refs opened their eyes on a few games, and called what everyone including commentators saw, The Redskins would have only lost 3 games.

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