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Bookies Don’t Like Washington’s Odds Of Beating The Eagles

It has been a chaotic week for bookmakers. A rash of Covid-19 positives amongst NFL players and coaches, forced the league to postpone three games – including the Washington versus Philadelphia game. Obviously these same injuries can also have a drastic outcome on the effect of games, and therefore, drastically effect a game’s odds.

The Football Team now has twenty-three Covid cases, including both of their quarterbacks. That earned them a two-day postponement until Tuesday. The two-day postponement is designed to allow time for the team’s players to produce negative tests ahead of their Week 15 matchup.

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Washington Granted Two-Day Reprieve; Play Eagles On Tuesday

Two extra days. That’s what Washington were granted by the NFL today. The Washington Football Team’s Week 15 game against the Philadelphia Eagles will happen on Tuesday instead of Sunday.

The NFL announced three changes to the schedule because of COVID-19 cases. The Las Vegas Raiders vs. Cleveland Browns game was moved from Saturday afternoon to Monday night, and the Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Rams game was moved to Tuesday night with the WFT game.

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Washington Ravaged By Covid, Now Eighteen Players On List

Washington placed another eight players on the Covid list today. That brings the total to eighteen in the last few days. And there is still time to go before the next game. Will there be any players left to face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday?

It’s become almost comical at this juncture for Washington. At what point will the league consider re-scheduling the game? Obviously that’s a difficult proposition with so little time left in the regular season.

Here are the 18 players on the list:

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First Look: WFT Vs Eagles – Head-To-Head, Odds, And More

The Washington Football Team will face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 15. The two teams share records of 6-7 and are tied for second place in the NFC East. Washington are coming off of a bitter 27-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. The Eagles are coming off their bye week.

Both teams are looking for a Wild Card spot.

Neither team can afford to lose the game.

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Washington Football Team Dropped By A Hungrier Dallas Squad

While the Washington Football Team rallied late to make a game of it, they were beaten fairly soundly by the Dallas Cowboys for most of their 27-20 loss on Sunday. Dallas rode a strong 18-point first quarter lead for most of the game. The win moved Dallas into a commanding lead in the NFC East at 9-4, while the WFT fell to 6-7 and in a tie with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Despite an absolute donut in the first half, and being down 24-0, Washington still had a chance to win the game at the end. The Football Team posted 12 fourth quarter points to get the score back to 27-20, and within a score. They even had a drive to potentially tie the game at 27-27 with just over three minutes to go.

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WFT Vs Dallas – How To Watch, Head-To-Head, Odds, And More

The Washington Football Team head in to their Week 14 match-up with the Dallas Cowboys on a roll. The WFT have won their last four games, including last week against the Las Vegas Raiders. Despite that good run, Washington (6-6) will need to take down the division rival Cowboys (8-4) – the current division leaders – if they want to keep pace.

This is a huge game for both teams.

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Loser Papers: 2021 Edition VI – WFT Upends The Raiders

Welcome to the fourth straight week of Loser Papers! What a fantastic roll the Washington Football Team have been on since their Bye Week. All looked pretty much lost in the 2021 season at that point. Washington were 2-6, and had a tough slate of games ahead of them. Then boom! Four wins in a row.

This week, the game came down to a final second kick, by a brand new kicker. Does it get any more nail-biting than that? Brian Johnson kicked a 48-yard field goal with just 42 seconds left in the game with the Las Vegas Raiders, to steal the victory at Allegiant Field.

The loss dropped the Raiders to the same 6-6 record as Washington, but put them on the outside of the AFC playoff hunt to start Week 14. Conversely, Washington moved up into the NFC’s 6th seed position, by virtue of their win.

Here are some of the hyperbolic things that the “Loser Papers” had to say…

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Johnson’s First Field Goal Wins Critical Game For Washington

Money kick. That’s what Brian Johnson’s first ever field goal for the Washington Football Team was. With less than a minute to play, the rookie kicker was trotted out for a shot at glory. And he came through in the clutch.

With Washington down by a point to the Las Vegas Raiders, Johnson pounded his 48-yard kick through the uprights, to give Washington a 17-15 lead with just 42 seconds to go.

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WFT Vs Las Vegas: How To Watch, Injuries and Odds

Two teams in the thick of a playoff hunt will square off at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday. The Las Vegas Raiders and the Washington Football Team both look to further their 2021 playoff aspirations with a critical win in Week 13.

Can Washington overcome a rash of injuries of late, that are forcing them deeper and deeper at positions?

The Raiders were also hit with bad injury news on Saturday night, when Darren Waller was downgraded to unavailable.

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Loser Papers: 2021 Edition V – WFT Over Seattle

The Washington Football Team won their third straight game to move to 5-6, and into the NFC Wild Card picture. Washington’s narrow 17-15 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night came right down to the wire.

Seattle had the opportunity to tie the game in the waning moments, but Kendall Fuller intercepted the two-point conversion that could have evened the score.

Washington’s cause was further aided by a penalty on the following kickoff, that negated a successful Seattle onside kick. Read More

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