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    There is certainly an abundance of optimism in Washington as the Redskins prepare to erase the painful memories of a 3-13 season.

    According to ESPN The Magazine, the Redskins will indeed improve upon their disastrous 2013 season, but not enough to return to the postseason. The magazine projects Washington to finish with a 7-9 record, which would place it in the NFC East basement.

    Here is how ESPN believes the season will play out game-by-game:

    The magazine says that the Redskins will win 10 games "if new coach Jay Gruden's pass-heavy offense gets RG3 in sync with his explosive trio of weapons." However, they will win six games "if their failure to address a horrid secondary proves costly and the O has to score 30 to win." 

    What do you think? What will the Redskins' record be at the end of the season?


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