Redskins vs. Eagles: Fantasy football projections featuring Alfred Morris, Jeremy Maclin, Robert Griffin III

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We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 16 matchup between the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles.

The Washington Redskins travel to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles and try to pull ahead in the NFC East race. It's championship week in the fantasy world, and there's no more margin of error--choose your matchups wisely. In order to help you set the optimal playoff lineup, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Washington Redskins

Robert Griffin III is expected to make his return, and he has a dream matchup against Philly's crumbling secondary. Barring a setback in his knee, he's an easy QB1 play. Alfred Morris and Pierre Garcon should also go off for big fantasy points. This is as big a mismtch as there is this week.

Philadelphia Eagles

After a hot start, Bryce Brown hit the rookie wall in a big way, with just 40 yards in two games and critical fumbles. With LeSean McCoy coming back and taking the starting job again, Brown can be dropped in re-draft leagues.

That said, Shady isn't much of an inspiring option himself after missing so much time with the concussion. Really, outside of Jeremy Maclin, it's hard to safely recommend anyone on this offense, even with Washington's burnable secondary.

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