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Through Week 9 records...
The Computer: 75-54-3, B5: 35-10
Rabbitt: 70-59-3, B5: 26-19
Savage: 70-59-3, B5: 25-20
Skolman: 70-59-3, Blazing Five: 22-22-1
RC: 68-61-3, B5: 30-15
Katz: 62-67-3, B5: 23-20-1
Colin: B5: 26-19
Katz: This is one of the most difficult games to pick this week. The Vikings are coming off a bye and the Redskins are coming off an impressive road win in Seattle.
Rabbitt: I still don't think the Redskins are a good football team. Therefore I am taking the Vikings. #logic
RC: I’m shocked The Computer is so in love with Minnesota here but the key is watching the O-Line. The Redskins might have 2-4 normal starters or 0-1.
Washington has been in three wars in a row PHI-DAL-SEA. The Computer senses it’s a bad time to be on WAS given those wars and injuries…with Minnesota fresh as a daisy.
Minnesota wins this at the Line of Scrimmage…better, healthier O-Line. Won’t test Redskins strength—their secondary as much. The Redskins offense is falling apart with hurt OL and no run game…20.0 PPG last 3 weeks against good teams.
I think Minnesota is a fraud and gets got here, but The Computer swears this is Minnesota’s favor due to Washington injuries…but if the injured players get back then this makes it a Computer toss-up.
Katz: I see this as the game that gets Teddy Bridgewater his job back. The Redskins' underrated pass defense will give Case Keenum fits. Stefon Diggs will get erased. The Vikings will push Latavius Murray a little too much. The only thing that can save them is (and yes, I'm ready to declare it) garbage head coach Jay Gruden continuing to run Rob Kelley into the backs of linemen, killing multiple drives. This one is really close, but I'm giving the slight edge to Washington.