The Washington Football Team has had quite the offseason this year. The regular season does not look too much more promising.
Washington has the second-worst odds of winning the Super Bowl. The only team with worse odds is the Jacksonville Jaguars. The season win-loss over/under is 5.
“It’s looking equally bleak in terms of individual glory as well, with Dwayne Haskins’ way down the list to be named regular season MVP or to throw the most passing yards,” Pete Watt of Oddschecker.com tells Pro Football Action.
If there is one player to bet on individually it is rookie Chase Young, who could end up being the Defensive Rookie of the Year, as he is currently the favorite to win the award.
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More on the Washington Football Team
- Washington Football Team owner Daniel Snyder is now on Twitter. You can find him here.
- Former Virginia Tech quarterback, Logan Thomas, could emerge as the No. 1 tight end on the depth chart, according to the Washington Post. Coach Ron Rivera has spoken highly of Thomas, who caught a touchdown from Dwayne Haskins in practice on Monday. Thomas was drafted as a quarterback back in 2014 by the Arizona Cardinals and has been cut 11 times by three different teams. He switched to tight end three seasons ago.
- Quarterback Alex Smith, who is cleared to play after a gruesome leg injury, is practicing, but not in 11-on-11 drills. However, that could change soon according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.