Are you ready for some football? The white-hot Washington Redskins will ride their winning streak to Motor City, as they’ll take on the Detroit Lions on Oct. 23. This game will be hard-hitting and jaw-dropping so click to watch!
It’s time to roll out the “Welcome Home” banner because Michigan-born Kirk Cousins, 28, will lead his 4-1 Washington Redskins to Ford Fields in Detroit to take on the 3-3 Detroit Lions. Will it be a chilly reception when the game kicks off at 1:00 PM ET? There’s only one way to find out – be sure to watch every single of this gridiron clash.
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Detroit knows that it has quite a challenge, as Washington suddenly became one of the best teams in the NFL this season. Washington’s offensive line is “one of the finest groups in the front that there is in our league,” Detroit’s coach Jim Caldwell said, per the Washington Post. Kirk Cousins has ranked up nearly 2,000 yards so far, but his nine touchdowns are also anchored with his six interceptions. If he shakes off the jitters and makes use of DeSean Jackson, they shouldn’t have any issue.
Speaking of QBs making use of their full toolset, Lions’ quarterback Matt Stafford needs to pull a Tom Brady, 39, and start throwing to every single of his targets, including wide receiver, Marvin Jones. Marvin leads the Lions with 29 catches for 529 yards and 4 touchdowns. That’s as many as Pierre Garcon, 30, and Jordan Reed, 26, combined. Throw in Anquan Boldin, 36, and Golden Tate, 28, and the Lions have a chance.
They better keep an eye out for Josh Norman. The Redskins’ cornerback is fond of turning wide receivers into dancing partners. Just ask New York Giants’ Odell Beckham Jr,, 23, who unintentionally recreated a scene from Dirty Dancing. Considering they’re so close to Motown, maybe Josh can bust out some funky moves? At least, it’ll be safer than his “bow and arrow” celebration.
Who do you want to win this game, HollywoodLifers? Are you rooting for Detroit or are you cheering on Washington to a fifth straight win?