The 2007 NFL schedule is out! And that means it's time to start overanalyzing each teams schedule and making predictions for '07, even before the NFL draft changes each team's makeup. But before we do that let's take a look at what SportsNation predicted for the Washington Redskins in 2006 and what their final record actually looked like.
2006 SportsNation Prediction: 12-4
2006 Washington Redskins record: 5-11
When you fall 11 wins short in your predictions you make it really hard for us to defend you. Yes, Mark Brunell played well the year before, as did the defense, and Clinton Portis and Santana Moss were spectacular in 2005. But to expect this team to go 14-2, and 6-0 in the division was crazy. It is extremely rare for NFC East teams to go undefeated within the division. In the end Brunell struggled, Portis got hurt, the defense was woeful, and the division was a lot more competitive than SportsNation expected, which resulted in some terrible prognosticating on your part.
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