Five Reasons Why the Washington Redskins Will Win the NFC East in 2010

June 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins play in a brutal division, where every other team has been dominant in the past decade.
The Redskins have been the weakest team in the division for a long time, but the winds of change are blowing strongly in their favor in 2010.
With wholesale changes in Washington this year, the Redskins have a chance to win the division crown. Despite the strength of their division rivals, the Skins will surprise many people by winning the NFC East and riding high into the playoffs. 
The Offensive Line Is Not Only Fixed—It Is Now a Strength
After watching Jason Campbell get pummeled by pass rushers last year, the biggest weakness of the Washington Redskins was well known. The offensive line was one of the worst in the league in 2009. 
Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen wasted no time in upgrading the line. Trent Williams was added via the draft, giving the Redskins a very athletic left tackle that should be solid protection on t...

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