#1 Washington is still in the NFC playoff picture. von zhangzk 28.10.2019 03:29

Technically D.K. Metcalf Jersey , Realistically, it’s over.Washington’s loss at Tennessee today makes it nearly impossible for Jay Gruden’s team to get to the playoffs. Washington would now need to beat the Eagles next week http://www.seahawksfootballauthentics.com/cody-barton-jersey-authentic , have the Eagles lose to Houston tomorrow, and have the Vikings lose both to the Lions tomorrow and to the Bears next week.Here’s how the playoff picture looks after Saturday:1. Saints (12-2): May end up resting their starters in Week 17.2. Rams (11-3): Two losses in a row at the wrong time.3. Bears (10-4): Clinched the NFC North.4. Cowboys (8-6): Will clinch the NFC East if they win on Sunday.5. Seahawks (8-6): Sunday’s loss to the 49ers kept them from clinching.6. Vikings (7-6-1): Put together their best game of the season on Sunday.7. Eagles (7-7): The defending champs are not going down without a fight.8. Washington (7-8): Still in the hunt Gary Jennings Jr. Jersey , but the odds are remote.9. Panthers (6-8): Technically not eliminated from playoff contention, but with Cam Newton getting shut down it’s effectively impossible. BRISTOL http://www.seahawksfootballauthentics.com/phil-haynes-jersey-authentic , Conn. (AP) — ESPN’s broadcast crew for the season-opening “Monday Night Football” doubleheader between Denver and Oakland will feature analysts who played for the Broncos and Raiders.The network announced Wednesday that former Denver quarterback Brian Griese and former Raiders safety Louis Riddick will serve as the analysts alongside Steve Levy for the late game on Sept. 9. Laura Rutledge will be the sideline reporter.This is Griese’s second time in the booth for a Monday night opener after having worked last year’s early game between Detroit and the Jets with play-by-play announcer Beth Mowins and Rutledge.Griese and Levy work college football games together for ESPN and have called preseason games locally for the Broncos in Denver.The early game between Houston and New Orleans will feature the main booth of Joe Tessitore, Booger McFarland and sideline reporter Lisa Salters.

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