Cheers to JP for predicting the Redskins would lose a close one in San Francisco. Now he gets to guest post!
Here are our crackerjack staff’s scientific predictions for this week’s game. Make yours down in the comments. Whoever comes closest becomes a published author on this here weblog.
Matt Terl: Colts, 28-27
COLT VS. COLTS!!!!!!!
Chris Mottram: Colts, 28-24
Benching RGIII is the right “football move,” giving them the best chance to win, but it won’t matter.
JP Finlay: Colts, 36-21
It’s the right move for Gruden trying to win games this season, and maybe have a career as a head coach. Right move for the Skins? Debatable.
Where last week I was confident, I got nothing here. Skins lose, I think big. Secondary can’t keep up with Luck.
Jamie Mottram: Colts, 27-17
McCoy probably does give them the best chance to win right now, which is saying a lot.
But you’ve got to let it ride with RGIII for these final five games and see what you’ve got, even if you think you already know.
Unless you’re Jay Gruden, a rookie coach staring at a 4-12 season, and you’re trying to save your job.
Andy Peden: Colts, 27-17
The Skins are an embarrassment. If Gruden is making decisions in an attempt to keep his job then either he’s not fit to be a HC or the organization is such a mess that it doesn’t matter who the HC is. I think I know the answer to my own question. We are fucked.
My prediction is the same as last week with a side of 37 references to the 2012 draft. It’s scary to think that Irsay is a “better” owner than Danny.
Todd Davis: Colts, 38-10
I just hate this franchise so much. And now I hate myself even more for ever caring. That stupid tiny piece of shit man. I’m done T-Perk style. Never again till Snyder’s gone.
Jack Kogod: Colts, 35-13
You all still care too much. Fire everyone. Burn down the park. Damn the man, save the Empire.
Composite prediction: Colts, 31-18