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Poll: How many games will the 2016 Redskins win?

Aug 19, 2016, 9:00 AM EDT


  1. redskins12thman - Aug 19, 2016 at 10:17 AM

    I think the Redskins will go 10-6 or 9-7, 11-5 or 8-8 are possibilities too. 7-9 or worse would be a disappointment; 12-4 or better would be unbelievable.

    • goback2rfk - Aug 19, 2016 at 1:05 PM

      You need to pick one. You can’t just same them all. Is it 10-6 or 9 – 7? Which one is it.

      • redskins12thman - Aug 19, 2016 at 1:19 PM

        If I had to pick one, I think they’ll go 9-7. Of course, I’m hoping for better.

    • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 3:47 AM

      Will you guys list out the teams you think we’re going to beat? I’m not asking that sarcastically or to be a jerk. I just don’t see 9-10 or more wins when I look at that schedule. It’s easy to get excited and say we’re going to win 11 games. But what 11 teams you guys think we’re going to be (8 really because I assume you all have us beating the NFC east at least once).

      I’ll go first. I say we go 7-9. Maybe 8-8 if we sweep Philly. So one win vs. Dallas, Giants, and Eagles. That’s 3 teams. Then:
      Browns (4)
      Ravens (5)
      Lions (6)
      Bears (7)
      I know upsets happen every week and we could beat anybody. But, if you’re going by that logic, you would have to say anybody could beat us too. We could easily lose to the Ravens or Bears and it wouldn’t shock me at all. Especially if we go 0-3 and lose momentum.

      Anyway, will you guys share the specific teams you see us beating?

      • Skulb - Aug 20, 2016 at 6:08 AM

        Factor in the home advantage they seemed to have last year and it should get you to 9-7. It might not be real but for now it needs to be considered. They did go 6-2 at home last year. the way I figured, they have a 50% chance, based on last year’s home stands, of winning each of the games against Green Bay, Minnesota, Carolina and Pittsburgh. That means a projected 2-2 split of those four games. I’d even remove the Ravens from the expected wins columns. They are due a bounceback year and will probably be a tough out.

        So divisional splits and one sweep 4-2
        A decent chance of winning against the Lions and Bears on the road. 6-3
        Should-win game at home against the Browns 7-3
        Win half the remaining home games, most likely to me a revenge stand against the Packers and a win over Pittsburgh in the opener 9-7

        • Skulb - Aug 20, 2016 at 6:13 AM

          Oh and of course the Cards and the Bingos on the road I have as losses. But the Cinci game is in London, so you never know there. Might be a surprise win. Still, it would be a surprise win and I’m not counting it now.

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 12:12 PM

          Yeah, trust me, I didn’t want to put the Ravens on there. I just had to get that 7th win from somewhere and I figured maybe with all the players returning from bad injuries they’ll be a little off.

          I know what you mean about parity and home field advantage. But, in my opinion, that’s not going to get us very far. Parity is a great idea but not reality. There’s teams (like the Patriots) in the conference championship every year and teams (like the Browns, and some would even say like the Redskins the past decade +) who always seems to have a losing record.

          And I personally can’t give us a home field advantage against teams like Minnesota, Carolina, and Greenbay. All three of those teams are legit SB contenders. I’m a little iffy on Teddy, but that defense is amazing, so at the very least Minnessota is a legit deep playoff contender. I would say Cinci has a pretty good shot at least looking like a deep playoff contender too ;)

          And I’m looking at our schedule based off my own opinion and I think it’s brutal. Especially some of the road stretches. They base SOS based off the previous year and the Cowboys and Ravens won’t be a doormat in 2016.

        • Skulb - Aug 20, 2016 at 9:26 PM

          True. But all those teams do lose games in the regular season, usually on the road. I think many people were fooled by last year’s schedule a little too. Yes the Skins didn’t beat a winning side, but all their three games against those teams were on the road, only one of them after Jackson and Reed were both healthy.
          Those games might have ended differently if they had been home games.
          For example, the Patriots had a total of four games against winning sides last year. Two at home, two on the road. Guess which two of those games the Patriots lost.

          I look at those four home games and see a split, which will be enough to push the skins from 7-9 to 9-7. And I think that is conservative. I know we’re not used to it, but the Skins are poised to become one of those legit playoff teams in my opinion. Not quite there yet as far as I know, which is why I am stopping at 9-7. But they could surprise me.

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 21, 2016 at 2:25 AM

          I will be the happiest fan alive if Washington wins 9 games this season. Seriously. That will be quite the sign that they’re headed on the right track.

          I also think this team is headed on the track of being a perineal contender, but also think they’re not quite there yet. I’m very optimistic about the future of this team. I just think rebuilds (to the extent this team needed after 2014) take a little longer. I couldn’t care less about beating teams with winning records last year. I just think maybe their record was a little better than the team actually was. So this year the team will improve, but the record could very well get worse.

        • Skulb - Aug 21, 2016 at 6:23 AM

          I can agree with this when you consider that they weren’t actually competitive in any of those games after the first quarter or so. But even so they were on the road and ramshackle, particularly in the secondary; basically the football equivalent of a car held together with scotch tape.
          But what was too much last year might not be this year.

          Whether he succeeds or fails this year, Scot works very hard to develop the depth of this team. For example, we are somewhat likely to release at least one perfectly serviceable WR, TE and possibly corner this season. When was the last time the Redskins cut anyone of starting caliber? But cutting good players is one of the surest signs of a well-built roster. The Broncos cut great people every year.

          So that’s why I think they will improve a bit in 2016 but remain pat at 9-7 because of a tougher schedule. They are not yet as good as their four contender home opponents. But they should have a fighting chance in a home game against either one of them..

      • Skulb - Aug 20, 2016 at 6:26 AM

        And you’ve just then expressed the intent of the parity league. Each team is ideally supposed to win half its games and go 8-8. That would be perfect parity. It is also technically average, even though Skins fans now seem to regard a 500 record as a great accomplishment.. I think the Redskins are slightly above average, all things considered, which also makes me think 9-7 is a plausible projection regardless of schedule. At 7-9 you are saying that they are slightly below average, even though you probably weren’t planning on saying that.

        Don’t stare yourself blind on projected schedule toughness and the alleged punishment for winning the division last year. We still only have the 17th toughest projected schedule. The teams that have the toughest projected schedule right now are the Falcons, 49ers, Rams, Saints and Seahawks. Only the last of those teams even went to the playoffs last year. The 49ers even managed to stink royally and are still stuck with the second worst schedule this season. Personally I don’t think SoS is even a thing that matters. There are few to no easy games in the NFL, and certainly not for the 2016 Redskins. If they lose focus and try to coast they will lose, even to the Browns.

  2. Skulb - Aug 19, 2016 at 10:45 AM

    9-7 sounds possible. Hard to find more wins on the schedule for me once I get to nine. I guess you never know though.

    • goback2rfk - Aug 19, 2016 at 1:34 PM

      I figure they can do better than 9 – 7. The offense should be close to unstoppable. Last year the Offense was much improved and this year they could be down right nasty if Cousins can get into a rhythm. Jackson needs to make his mark this year.
      On paper and on the field we have one of the best Receiving and Tight-End rosters in the league. Cousins better find a way to get the ball down the field. Or this thing is a bust.

      • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 3:25 AM

        I’m pretty sure our run game will be very stoppable. And if they can drop extra players in coverage because the run isn’t a threat, then the passing game is very stoppable. This isn’t fantasy football. Paper rosters don’t win. You have to be able to semi run against good defenses. As in, about half or more of the teams we play in 2016. I will be supremely impressed if these guys win 9. And I don’t mean that as an insult to anyone. I’m just not so sure they’re quite there yet.

        • bangkokben - Aug 20, 2016 at 11:01 AM

          The run game just isn’t as important as it used to be. Not being able to run against good defenses is hardly reason enough for losing. Paired with not being able to create turnovers or not being able to hit FGs over 45 and then you see the effects. As long as you have strengths that compensate, it is not an issue in 75% of the games. You can’t make it an issue either — by insisting on calling running plays that don’t work to create the illusion of balance.

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 2:21 PM

          I will respond to this post more when I have time (we have our football prieview due at work tomorrow and it’s crunch time). But in other news, one of the RBs I flagged as someone who could help us, but a team might cut or trade, was just released. The Bills cut Karlos Williams. He’s facing a 4 game suspension for substance abuse. So there’s some due diligence for the front office to exercise. But if it seems like this won’t be a reoccuring problem, they should seriously consider grabbing him.

          Williams will probably not be the next great RB but he showed some potential to be a decent player last year. He has actual NFL games under his belt, and 9 TDs in limited time last season. In essence, he’s that 4th to 5th round RB I wish they would have drafted this year. Not great, but probably better than what we have. The big difference is that he has a little NFL seasoning where a true rookie wouldn’t. I’m almost positive he would come cheaper than Thomas too. And there’s no reason why Williams shouldn’t be able to be a work horse while I have serious doubts about Thomas’ ability to shoulder the load.

          The obvious problem is that we need someone who can start week 1 because if Jones’ injury. We could, however, ether Roll with Kelley/Brown/Marshall until jones returns and then Willaims after week 4 (and the punishment could get reduced). Or we could sign Thomas for a couple weeks and cut him when Williams comes back. It’s something interesting to think about.

        • bangkokben - Aug 21, 2016 at 8:39 AM

          Yeah, I saw that. 11 TDs in 11 games last year. My guess is that the substance abuse has taken the fire from his play. That was my observation of Silas Redd last preseason before the injury. Redd wouldn’t have made the team last season but was injured. Pure speculation but Buffalo and all it’s issues cutting a guy that scored that much is a huge red flag.

      • Skulb - Aug 21, 2016 at 6:44 AM

        Not to dampen the mood, but games are not played on paper. I too believe they have improved a bit, especially on defense and possibly teams. That should enable the team to at least stay in games vs good sides.
        But let’s say we narrowly lose all the tough home games we have against the stronger sides in the league: Packers, Vikings, Panthers and Steelers. And let’s say we also narrowly lose all our away games, which is not completely outside the realm of possibility. Then we might end up having actually played a bit better than last year and still only be 4-12.
        9-7 isn’t really ambitious for a good team. But it is for us. The Redskins have no had consecutive winning seasons since 91-92. Going 9-7, even if it means missing the playoffs, would be a huge step on the way back to respectability. Need I remind you what took place after our last winning season? 4-0 in the preseason and we were all so excited to see the return of Griffin. All summer there was nothing but hype, sunshine and happiness, and the pessimists were expecting at least nine wins and a new NFCE title. Then we went 3013, Mike was fired and 2014 managed to almost be even worse than 13 was.

        Not that I expect that to happen again obviously. Just, take a breath.

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 21, 2016 at 11:40 AM

          That’s basically exactly what I was saying above! See, you really did agree with me. Just wanted to stir the pot ;)

        • Skulb - Aug 21, 2016 at 12:32 PM

          Yes and no really. Obviously we can’t predict a football season. It is much too chaotic, short and complicated for that. If I try to find losses I end up at 4-12 and if I try to find wins I end up at 12-4. But I still think they’ll finish 9-7.

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 21, 2016 at 1:27 PM

          Yeah. If I’m being completely honest I originally looked at that schedule and only say 4-5 wins. Basically one each in the division and the Browns. There’s a real chance we could lose every other game. Especially if we go 0-3 or 0-4. It’s hard to mentally recover from that.

          But I have too much respect for some of these guys. So 7-9/8-8 was actually me being relatively optimistic. Now. I will say that if Cam Newton or Aaron Rogers was the QB of this team I would give them 9-10 wins. More like 10, but anything can happen. So, if Cousins plays lights out (if he essentially plays like Aaron Rogers) then I could see them being able to play with anybody. It all depends on him right now because the roster isn’t quite good enough to carry a QB.

          I believe in Cousins and think he will do great things. I just find it more likely that he comes back to earth a little bit compared to the second half of last season. But if he balls out, then I’ll be on the 10 + win bandwagon.

        • Skulb - Aug 21, 2016 at 2:04 PM

          It depends on the defense. If they can stop the run better and if the secondary is improved, which it should be, then the offense will have more shots at chipping away at the scoreboard.
          Last year we were only truly bad when we were playing from behind, with the notable exception of the second half of the Bucs game. I guess the GB game was an example of the opposite, but apart from that game they were good when they were in front.
          And if the defense is improved then we might be able to play with a lead more than last year.

          It could go either way, and I am half prepared for a disappointing season too. I’ve been a Skins fan for too long not to. But I think the arrow is undeniably pointing upward here. Then again, I sort of thought that in 13 as well. But in 13 we did not have third stringers come on the field to lead game winning drives in PS2, like Nate and all the people I hadn’t even heard of before did that against the Jets ton Friday.

          It’s good man. They’re gonna win some games. Say it to yourself a few times and see if you feel differently.

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 21, 2016 at 3:58 PM

          Ha. You might misunderstand me a bit. I would not be disappointed with a 7-9 or 8-8 season. I would take that as a sign that they’re right on schedule in the rebuild. I’m very optomistic about the direction of this team. I just find it more realistic that it’s going to take another season, maybe two depending on how these draft picks work out, before this team is truly ready to consistently win 9 + games and compete in the playoffs. Just look at how long rebuilds have taken for some other franchises. I don’t mean the Browns but look at how long it took San Fran to turn around when Scot was there, or Seattle. The new staff (coach, GM, and McCloughan) all got there in 2008 and it was probably 2012 before they were truly competitive. I know they knocked off the Saints in the playoffs the year before and all, but really I would say they we’rent truly consistent contenders until 2012. Four to five years is about the standard time for a good staff to turn a franchise around. That’s with a really good coach, GM, and McCloughan.

          And I’m not even looking at last year. Just this roster and what I personally think they can achieve. We took a huge blow with Galette and now that run D is going to affect us a lot worse. I’m all for being a pass first team but the run game still matters and will hurt us. Maybe someone unknown steps up and has an amazing season at RB and OLB. But based off what I know right now, I think that’s going to cause some real problems for us. We will still compete, but it could be the difference of winning and losing a close game.

          Remember how optimistic we all were about the defense last year? Because of how they seemed so improved on paper? Then the actual games started. I have some real doubts about the middle of our defense from front to back. Are we sure Hall and Bruton are upgrades over Glodson? Maybe they’re even downgrades. Are we sure Golston can play as well or better than Knighton? Are we sure anyone will play better than Hatcher? Are we sure Baker will have as good a season? Or that Smith will break out? Was 2015 a fluke for Foster and Blackmon? Will Cravens get up to speed this season? Will Norman transition well right away? Or might it take a season (or at least a few games?). Seriously consider what you would be saying about this roster if they were the Dallas Cowboys. Would you be as high on them?

          I just think it would be a shame if fans get too excited, have unrealistic expectations, then meltdown when reality sets it and start demanding people’s heads. Snyder doesn’t need any encouragement to screw this team up. I think shooting for .500 is a much more realistic goal for 2016. If they do better, then we can all be pleasantly surprised.

        • Skulb - Aug 21, 2016 at 9:52 PM

          @Trey Gregory

          Very true. But you could second guess every team this way really, except of course the Patriots. Are you sure the Panthers will be as good this year as they were a year ago? Or the Vikings? I think they will be, but I’m not sure. Remember how the Dolphins got hyped up last year. Or for that matter the Eagles.
          It’s the same every year, more or less. New England will be good, Cleveland will be bad and everyone else will be between 0-16 and 16-0 somewhere. Including us obviously.

        • Trey gregory - Aug 21, 2016 at 10:38 PM

          You. I get that. What I’m saying (perhaps a little arrogantly) is that, after evaluating the rosters based on what I know, it’s my personal opinion that these teams…. Blah blah blah. That’s half the fun right? I personally enjoy trying to get as accurate a view of the league and my team as possible. I’m not too into fan bluster. But of course anything can happen. Injuries, down years, coaching debacles, who knows? Like I said, I’m just basing this off the information I currently have.

          But no, I’m not sure the Panthers will be as good as they were last year. In fact, I’m almost positive they’ll be worse. It’s hard to be better than 15-1. But I’m also pretty positive that they’ll be very good. They have an amazing linebacker corps, Dline, a truly generational talent at QB, a good run game, and Kelvin Benjamin is coming back. Minnesota? I think they’ll be even better. That defense is for real. Could possibly the the best next year. So much of their success depends on Teddy, who I’m very iffy about. But with Adrian Peterson, Kyle Rudolph, Treadwell, Diggs, and the rest of their receivers: he only has to be average for that offense to be adequate. But I never bought the Miami hype. I believed in the Eagles slightly more until Kelly made all those trades/roster moves. Then I felt it was all going downhill.

          I’m just comparing teams on paper, mixed in with a little history, and those are the conclusions I came to. And one thing history tells menus that even the very best front offices and coaching staffs require about 4-5 years to rebuild. Including rebuilds McCloughan took part in. And there’s nothing wrong with that. Some teams have been “rebuilding” for decades.

        • Skulb - Aug 22, 2016 at 4:07 AM

          Right. But we are actually wrong almost every year about most things. As sports fans we just have short memories about our mistakes. For example I thought the Skins would go between 5-11 and 7-9 last year and that the Giants would win the division. The only thing I got right in the NFCE a year ago was that Dallas would find a way to flop and finish fourth.
          As for rebuilding I think we have to keep in mind that some of Bruce Allen’s drafts before Scot got here were actually quite successful. Bruce got Breeland and Moses for example, both in position to be cornerstones on the team going forward. And some of Mike’s guys have turned out well too, most notably Cousins.
          So where I thought we were missing most things on defense last year, and quite a few things on offense, I don’t think it looks as bad now. We’re short an obviously good pass rush (it might be good with Preston, but we don’t really know just yet) and could use some reinforcements on both lines. But other than that, this could be a very solid team I think.
          Maybe the rebuild is nearly done, and this is the last year of really missing anything in particular. We even seem to have fixed special teams now, which was absolutely horrible in 13 and 14.

  3. sidepull - Aug 19, 2016 at 12:46 PM

    Let me see them run the ball, stop the run, pressure the QB and the C not get trampled and I will say they will be 8-8 or better. For now I am going to stick with 7-9 until they show me something.
    Just beat the Cowpukes and the Egirls. Vagiants push. No gravy train this season. Gonna have to really work it and the coaches are going to need to improve as well from last year, limit predictability, adjust game plan when its not working.

    • goback2rfk - Aug 19, 2016 at 1:37 PM

      Gruden should be more comfortable this season so lets see what he can do without the pressure of the QB situation. He better tighten up, im coming a long way to see us win against the Browns and i better not leave FedEx Field disappointed. Rob better get his a$$ destroyed week 4. Lets go defense.

      • sidepull - Aug 19, 2016 at 3:59 PM

        Gotta love the spirit. Yea the Browns cannot walk out of here with a win. Bobby needs to get knocked out cold that game. Whatever it takes.

    • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 3:49 AM

      I want to know what you’ve seen this preseason to make you think we have to worry about our center getting trampled.

  4. goback2rfk - Aug 19, 2016 at 1:10 PM

    The Redskins will finish 10-6 with a Wild Card birth. I have the Cowboys winning the division at 11-5.

    If the Redskins do not make the playoffs this year its pretty much a bust. Its playoffs or nothing I am not too concerned about record. Although, I have the strangest feeling Kirk Cousins will have a sort of Sophomore Slump while Rg3 rejuvenates his career up North in the Badlands of Cleveland leaving people to wonder if cutting Rob loose was ultimately the right decision after spending a NFL historical amount of draft picks on him.

    • sidepull - Aug 19, 2016 at 4:06 PM

      I dont think your gonna have to worry about a Rg3 turnaround. As soon as they start game planning him….dead man walking. I think Kirk is gonna be fine. Redskins were decimated with injuries last year. If they dodge that bullet this year then they will be in the thick of things. I mean already, not even out of the gate, Gallette gone. Silas Redd, who I was hoping could cover Alfs leaving, gone too. No Doctson, TW, JR, two of our mainstays, out of comission for how long?

    • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 3:30 AM

      It actually wasn’t a historical amount of draft picks. I believe that honor goes to the Saints for the Rickey Williams trade. But either way, two very similar trades happened just this year.

      You’re entitled to your opinion. If you want to look at the season as playoffs or bust, that’s your business. But I don’t know how you can look at a team only one year removed from winning just 3 games, 2 the year before that, and say they’re failures if they don’t make the playoffs. Rebuilds take time. It’s my opinion that impatience and unrealistic expectations are corrosive to franchises.

      • bangkokben - Aug 20, 2016 at 11:04 AM

        4 wins and 3 wins. No reason to take wins away. They worked hard for those wins. ;)

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 1:28 PM

          Ha. Indeed they did.

          I’m not trying to be a Debbie downer. Of course the Redskins have a shot at making the playoffs again. I just don’t think the season will be a disappointment if they don’t. There’s a very small margin for error against a few of the teams we’re playing. An unlucky bounce here, a bad call there, and we could lose a close game we should have won. That obviously works both ways, I’m just saying, we have a couple games that should be very close. You never know how these things will work out.

        • bangkokben - Aug 21, 2016 at 8:33 AM

          Agreed. The margin for error is razor thin. Take the Giants. They were 6-10 last season but had the games been 75 seconds shorter, the’d been 10-5-1.

  5. ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© - Aug 19, 2016 at 3:19 PM

    I’m sticking with 11-5, at least through the first 6 games.

  6. goback2rfk - Aug 19, 2016 at 8:26 PM

    I just heard Jones left the game with a shoulder injury. I was not worried about the running game but I am NOW!

    • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 4:13 AM

      Hopefully just a mild ACL strain and it will be fine. I’m pretty sure he suffered a similar injury before the season last year and recovered quickly. They were saying a mild-moderate ACL sprain on Twitter. That should be about a month. Not awful but obviously not ideal.

      • bangkokben - Aug 20, 2016 at 11:06 AM

        AC strain. Not the dreaded ACL. Shoulder; not knee. Still doesn’t sound good to me to have a shoulder injury of any kind for a running back.

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 12:39 PM

          Yeah that’s what I meant. My bad. I had a long, long day at work yesterday and was exhausted when I made some posts. Apparently my brain wasn’t functioning.

          AC Sprains, also called shoulder separation, can be pretty bad. Depending on how bad the ligaments are stretched or torn. We will just have to wait and see how long it takes. But, yeah, this isn’t great. Could cause him to be more susceptible to shoulder injuries in the future too. He suffered a similar injury last year too. Can’t help but think that made him more susceptible to last night’s fall.

        • bangkokben - Aug 21, 2016 at 8:30 AM

          23 days until Pierre Thomas signing

        • Trey Gregory - Aug 21, 2016 at 11:32 AM

          I’m not so sure about that anymore. They may want a younger guy after this Jones injury.

    • Skulb - Aug 21, 2016 at 7:01 AM

      I was pilloried on another Redskins site for saying that Jones just lost his job as lead back with this injury. He’s already being evaluated here and the last thing he needed was a bum shoulder. I feel pretty confident that they’ll bring someone in after cuts now, because Jones is out before they could find out if he can do the job. Might as well use the injury to camouflage a demotion, like they did with Bob a year ago.. Maybe Karlos Williams is a possibility, but for now my money is on Bishop Sankey, who is looking at about twelve carries this year with the Titans. He should be highly motivated to come here if he takes a look at the back situation right now.

  7. goback2rfk - Aug 19, 2016 at 8:27 PM

    Congrats to Alfred Morris on his first Touchdown as a Dallas Cowboy.

    • kenlinkins - Aug 19, 2016 at 9:09 PM

      RG3 looked good last night and Morris is looking good tonight. (Things that make you say Hummmmm )

  8. ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© - Aug 19, 2016 at 10:30 PM

    I guess we shoulda used a 4th on Dak Prescott instead of a 6th on Nick Sudfeld.

    • ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© - Aug 19, 2016 at 10:58 PM

      But nice job on the final drive, HTTR!

    • Trey Gregory - Aug 20, 2016 at 3:34 AM

      The Dak hype train is surreal. I mean really? I only caught one play tonight. Just so happened to be a TD to Dez Bryant: one of the single most gifted athletes in the league. Dak threw a bad pass behind Dez, Dez makes an amazing catch, and I said, “people are going to give Dak all kinds of credit he doesn’t deserve for that.” I guess I didn’t see the replay but it didn’t look like a good back shoulder pass to me. Looked like he didn’t throw it in the right spot and Dez made a play. But either way, all this hype after two preseason games (not even full games) is ridiculous.

      • Skulb - Aug 21, 2016 at 7:03 AM

        How dare you! I think they should retro the HoF ceremony to get Dak in immediately.! Best QB EVER!

        Sorry, wrong brain. I’m alright again now. Archives

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