by Inside the Redzone staff – Bill Seng
Giants Projected Passing, Receiving, and Rushing Touchdowns
By all accounts, the Redskins look like an improved team, all around. However, it still lacks that dominating run stuffer in a form of a lineman or linebacker. That helps Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs roll up 3 total rushing touchdowns. We like Jacobs better in the touchdown department, by projecting him with 2. Last year’s series had Brandon Jacobs with 3 total touchdowns and Bradshaw with 2. The inconsistent Eli Manning was last seen throwing picks and looking off rhythm. That’s where we see him in week 1.
Redskins Projected Passing, Receiving, and Rushing Touchdowns
It’s a better team, it really is, but offensively they still have the same bunch of characters. The hard running, one cut Tim Hightower replaces the injury prone, but hard running, one cut Ryan Torrain. Same team. Same result, a little short offensively. Santana Moss is a solid fantasy receiver and should pick up an opening day touchdown. Tim Hightower will pitch in a rushing touchdown as well. Our sleeper is Fred Davis, who catches a touchdown from Rex Grossman. Good numbers by the Skins offense and making it a good game to watch score wise.