Washington Football Team Super Bowl Odds

Coming up, Washington Football Team Super Bowl odds for 2021. The Washington football team finished last season with a 3-13 record, which was the second-worst in the league. Their poor play helped them land the number two overall pick in the draft. They used on former Ohio State standout Chase Young.

Washington also hired head coach Ron Rivera. This, after parting ways with Jay Gruden and feel they should be much improved than they were last season. Despite the optimism coming out of the nation’s capital, oddmakers think they will still be one of the worst teams in the league. Giving them +15000 odds to win the Super Bowl.

On paper, Washington’s roster isn’t as bad as the team’s record indicates. Rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr., who is expected to be their franchise quarterback, finished with 1,365 yards, seven touchdowns, and seven interceptions in nine games.

With Alex Smith back after missing the entire 2019 season while he was recovering from a gruesome knee injury, the team has a veteran that can step in and take over as the starter if Haskins Jr. struggles.

2021 Washington Football Team Super Bowl Odds

Washington Football Team Super Bowl Odds

Even though he turned 35 during the offseason. Tunning back Adrian Peterson rushed for 898 yards and five touchdowns in 15 games. With the team releasing Derrius Guice and Rivera favoring the run game. Expect another productive season from the former league MVP.

The addition of Young gives Washington a pass rusher that can blow up offensive lines like Nick Bosa did for the San Francisco 49ers last season. Rueben Foster, who played in only six games last season due to injury, is also expected to have a big impact on the team. How will Foster be?

Washington isn’t going to make the playoffs. However, the team will be better than most people think they are and could finish second or third in the NFC East. What’s next? What will their new name be? Everyone is waiting to find out.

September 15, 2020 by : Posted in 2021 No Comments

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