Some Preseason Love: ESPN Surprisingly High On Redskins, Not On Cowboys

August 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the most recent edition of ESPN The Magazine (Sept. 6), the four-letter network put together their 2010 NFL Preview, with the Ravens’ Ray Lewis ripping through the cover.
Typically, the nation and it’s larger sport media networks are obsessed with Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys, year in and year out—commonly using the excuse that the Cowboys are America’s team (false). However, this season seems to have a little bit of a twist.
ESPN’s segment of the preview entitled, “Texas Two-Step”, was described as an analysis of all 32 teams by Ron Jaworski, John Gruden, and the brains at Football Outsiders.
Beginning with 2010 season predictions, Jaws had the Redskins earning a wildcard berth but likes the Ravens beating the the Cowboys in the Super Bowl (gross). ESPN, represented by the name ‘The Mag’, had the Redskins earning a wildcard berth as well, and they like the Ravens over the Packers in the Super Bowl. And...

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