Tennessee Titans at Washington Redskins (-4.5)
It happened. We jumped ship on the Titans (with confidence) and were finally right. Of course, it would have been nice to also win the game – silly thought, we know – but beggars can’t be choosers.
Once again, we go against Tennessee.
Washington, for the second-straight game, looked much better than their pathetic 1-5 record. Had it not been for a gut-wrenching interception for a touchdown at the end of the game, the Redskins would have beat the spread in Arizona and, potentially, won the game outright. Instead, the errant throw altered the final score and the perception of the team.
Tennessee barely escaped the pathetic Jaguars, at home, and now travel to take on a Washington team on a four-game losing streak. The Redskins aren’t very good, but the Titans look much worse. In fact, Washington’s only win was a blowout victory, at home, against a bad AFC South opponent.
Washington wins by a touchdown and covers.
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