As you'll see in the stats below, the Redskins have the #1 rushing offense in the NFL, and the Falcons have the 29th worst run defense. The game plan should be to run the ball as much as possible and keep Matt Ryan on the sidelines where he can get heckled by the Fedex Field faithful.
|Kickoff||1:00 PM EST|
|Line||Redskins +3, o/u 51|
|Announcers:||Sam Rosen, John Lynch, Jennifer Hale|
|Radio||ESPN 980 (regional station list)
SIRIUS: 86/117, XM: 229
|Former Skins on ATL||Coaches: Terry Robiskie, Mike Nolan|
|Former Falcons on WAS||DeAngelo Hall (2004-07)|
|Falcons SBN Website||The Falcoholic|
|Last Matchup||Redskins lost 31-17 at ATL in 2009 where there was a melee on the sideline with DeAngelo Hall, Mike Smith, and Albert Haynesworth.
- Redskins 14-6-1 all-time vs ATL.
- Redskins have #1 NFL rushing offense at (175.5 yards game)...Falcons have 29th best rushing defense (585 yards).
(H/T to Redskins.com and ScoresAndOdds.com for the preview info)
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