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The Washington Redskins face the Philadelphia Eagles in a NFC East contest on a chilly day at Lincoln Financial Field. The best that can be said for the Redskins is that they can win. Not that anyone expects them to. The Redskins are 10 point underdogs to the Eagles. But Washington's effort against the Cowboys stokes the dying embers of hope that something good can emerge from the season. The best chance for Washington to win this game is old fashioned football. Run the ball. Stop the run. Theáabsence of Clinton Portis and Brian Westbrook change the dynamics of the contest. Botháwere the leading scorers for their team. Both Westbrook and Portis scored 12 touchdowns in 2007. That's three touchdowns for every four games they played. No back on either team is close to that perfo ...

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