Where does Washington’s football team stand after their victories over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers?


November is traditionally when we start talking about the NFL playoffs for some teams and the draft for others.

For the Washington football team, we were talking about both, not so long ago.

The way things play out, it was inevitable that the conversation would turn one way or the other, depending on what the team did on the pitch.

After winning streaks and the first WFT winning streak of the season, eyes are firmly on the playoffs.

With their second surprise win in as many weeks, it wouldn’t surprise anyone if Washington opened Week 12 as home favorites in Monday Night Football against the Seattle Seahawks.

Instead, WFT is a one point underdog to start the betting week.

Still, being counted hasn’t stopped Washington in recent weeks from pulling off a winning performance. No, generally the only thing that kept the WFT roster from winning was… the WFT’s own performance.

But this is a trend that has reversed in the past two weeks.

With the Dallas Cowboys losing Sunday and the Philadelphia Eagles winning, the Washington football team is currently 4-6 this season and third in the NFC East, three games off the lead.

The New York Giants play Monday Night Football against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers team Washington just beaten last week, but even though the Super Bowl champions lose another, WFT remains in third place due to the breakage. tie they hold against the divisional team they hold. have played this season.

From a playoff perspective, WFT is currently 11th overall in the NFC after the main list of Week 11 games. Again, if New York wins tonight, they enter a record tie with Washington holding the game. tie-break.

So regardless, Washington will be in 11th place by the time the week is over and have now climbed four places in two weeks after being second to last just above the Detroit Lions there is. not that long.

At 4-6, the team is just behind a pair of 5-6 teams (Eagles and Carolina Panthers) and a 5-5 team in the San Francisco 49ers.

If there is one downside, it’s that the Washington football team faces the third toughest remaining schedule in the NFC.

Only the Minnesota Vikings, currently in sixth place in the NFC playoff race, and the Seattle Seahawks (15th) have a tighter schedule of remaining opponents.

It will take a solid performance that many won’t expect the Washington football team to win a second straight NFL playoff trip. But that’s exactly what the coaches and players of the squad have produced, since coming out of their Week 9 off week. There’s reason to believe it can be done again.


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