NFL Odds And Lines Week 12: Redskins Vs. Seahawks

ARLINGTON TX - DECEMBER 19: Quarterback Rex Grossman #8 of the Washington Redskins during play against the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium on December 19 2010 in Arlington Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

The Washington Redskins have lost six straight games and will look to end that streak on Sunday when they visit the Seattle Seahawks.

The world seem so right for the Washington Redskins when they were 3-1 as they entered a bye week. But then the bottom dropped out on them and they've lost the last six games. They will be on the road this weekend against the Seattle Seahawks and, as expected, be the underdogs. The Seahawks opened as 4-1/2 points, according to Odds Shark. Other odds makers have shifted it down to 3-1/2 points, as it seems a few more people expect the Redskins to either win or make it really close game.

Neither team has shown great promise on offense this week, leading to the over/under for this game to be set at 37-1/2 points The Redskins have had trouble running the ball while having a middling passing attack with Rex Grossman. The Seahawks haven't been able to do either very well, ranking in the late 20s.

Odds Shark has more Week 12 NFL odds and lines. To learn more about this game, check out Redskins blog Hogs Haven and Seahawks blog Field Gulls. Head over to SB Nation NFL for more on Week 12's action.

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