Saturday, December 18, 2010

The Pitiful Washington Redskins

My apologies to Redskins fans across the globe, your team has officially become more dysfunctional than the Oakland Raiders. A year ago I wouldn't have thought that was possible, but with all the drama surrounding the Albert Haynesworth saga and now the benching of Donovan McNabb it is clear the Redskins don't know what the hell they're doing. I've said this many times and I'll say it again, Mike Shanahan is a control freak that ruins organizations. He inherited John Elway in Denver and after he retired Mike Shanahan never won another playoff game. His no nonsense attitude rubs people the wrong way. His arrogance knows no bounds and as far as he's concerned he has never called a bad play. If something goes wrong it's always the players fault for not executing properly. Things will not get better in DC as long as Shanahan is at the helm and for the time being it appears he and owner Dan Snyder are joined at the hip. Too bad.

Young Sam Rothstein's Corner:

I can't tell you how happy I am for you guys that cashed in on 4 for 4 Thursday. You get a return on your investment if attention you pay. A shout out to Brian from Denver for hitting a 2,3, and 4 team parlay and collecting a cool $3,000. Another shout out goes to Karen from Albuquerque for hitting a 3 team parlay and 3 straight bets totaling $1,400. I'm sure the extra Christmas money will come in handy. There is no better time than the present to get on board with the sportsbook genius. Here are my picks for the weekend.

Indy -4 1/2 over Jacksonville. Peyton Manning is not going to let his consecutive playoffs streak come to an end at the hands of the Jaguars. Colts by a touchdown.

Oakland -6 1/2 over Denver. There are rumors that Tim Tebow might get some work on Sunday. That's not a good thing if you're a Broncos fan.

Dallas -7 over Washington. If you read the previous segment you know that the Redskin ship is sinking and Rex Grossman is at the helm right now. It's a lot of points, but trust me on this one.

New Orleans +1 over Baltimore. I love Baltimore's defense, but I question whether their offense can score enough points to keep up with the saints. New Orleans by a field goal.

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