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The Washington Redskins can finish anywhere from first to third in the NFC East. They are favored to pick up a crucial win over the Eagles this weekend, which would go a long way toward their quest for a division crown.
The Washington Redskins are locked in a three-way tie for first place in the NFC East and with two games remaining, have a real shot at winning their first division title since 1999.
But in order to have a real shot at it, the Redskins will need a win on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. The last-place Eagles opened with the slight edge, but now that Robert Griffin III seems ready to go this weekend, the Redskins have emerged as six-point favorites.
The total for this one is right around 45, which seems pretty safe considering the Redskins have put up 31 by themselves in four of the last five weeks. Washington has also won its last five games SU and ATS. The Eagles have lost their last five SU and ATS at home.
In their first meeting this year, the Redskins dominated the Eagles, 31-6 in Washington. This one will kick off right around 1 p.m. on Sunday in Philadelphia.