Denver Broncos at Washington Redskins Preseason NFL Parlay 8/24/2018
Friday, August 24, 2018
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FedExField is the venue for the game between the Denver Broncos and the Washington Redskins on Friday, August 24, 2018. The opening line for this matchup has Washington as 3 point favorites. The total has been set at 42.5. The Redskins were 7-9-0 against the spread last year and their over/under mark was 8-8-0. The Broncos were 4-11-1 ATS and their over/under record was 8-8-0.
Valuable Denver Broncos Betting Trends
The Denver Broncos were 8-8-0 against the over/under last season
The Denver Broncos were 4-11-1 against the spread last year
Important Washington Redskins Betting Trends
The Washington Redskins were 8-8-0 against the over/under last season
The Washington Redskins were 7-9-0 against the spread last year
Key Denver Broncos Injuries
08/03/18 WR Carlos Henderson Personal is out indefinitely
08/03/18 WR Jordan Taylor Hip PUP
07/23/18 LB Shane Ray Wrist is questionable Sunday vs Seattle
Key Washington Redskins Injuries
08/17/18 RB Samaje Perine Ankle is questionable Sunday vs Arizona
08/15/18 WR Robert Davis Knee IR
08/11/18 TE Manasseh Garner ACL IR
08/11/18 RB Derrius Guice ACL IR
Useful Offensive Statistics
The Denver Broncos ran for 1,852 yards as a unit last year, which ranked 12th in the league. They ran 457 times, averaging 4.1 yards per rush as a unit. The Broncos were penalized on offense 113 times for 885 yards last season, which had them 10th in the NFL in penalties. They were 27th in the National Football League in points scored with 289. They ran 1,075 plays last year for 5,185 yards, which ranked them 18th in the NFL in total offense. The Broncos averaged 4.8 yards per play, which was 29th in the league. As a team they accumulated a total of 297 1st downs last season, ranking them 20th overall as an offensive unit. Case Keenum completed 325 throws while attempting 481 passes for a completion percentage of 67.6% last year. He passed for 3,547 yards. He averaged 10.9 yards per completion and 7.4 yards per pass attempt. His quarterback rating last season was 98.3.
The Broncos rush defense gave up 428 attempts for 1,430 yards last season, putting them in 5th place in the NFL against the run. They had 89 penalties for 821 yards on defense last year. That placed them 4th in the league. They allowed a score on 32.5% of possessions on defense, which was 12th in the NFL. Denver was 23rd in the NFL in points surrendered on defense with 382. They gave up a total of 4,640 yards on D, which was 3rd in the league. The Broncos were 3rd in yards per play allowed with 4.9. Their pass defense allowed 6.1 net yards per pass attempt, ranking them 18th in the National Football League. Opponent offenses completed 294 throws on 491 attempts against the Denver Broncos defense last season, ranking them 2nd and 1st in the league. The Denver pass defense also surrendered a total of 3,210 yards in the air, which was 4th overall in total pass defense.
Special Teams Stats
The Denver Broncos tried 32 field goals last season and made 24, which was 20th in the league. Their kickers had a FG percentage of 75.0%. Denver Broncos kickers made 100% of their extra points, going 27 for 27 last season. Their punters accumulated 3,358 yards on 76 punts, averaging 44.2 yards per punt. That ranked them 23rd in the NFL in punting average. Denver was 3rd in the NFL in punt returns with 41 last year. They totaled 351 punt return yards and averaged 8.6 yards per return, which was 15th in the league. Their longest punt return last season was 44 yards. They returned 34 kicks for 743 yards on special teams, placing them 12th in kick return yardage. The Broncos averaged 21.9 yards per kick return and had a long of 61 yards last season. They were 15th in the National Football League in all-purpose yards with 6,614.
Useful Offensive Statistics
The Washington Redskins were 16th in the NFL in points scored with 342 last season. They ran 982 plays last year for 5,199 yards, which ranked them 16th in the league in total offense. The Redskins averaged 5.3 yards per play, which was 15th in the National Football League. As a team they accumulated a total of 278 1st downs last year, placing them 27th overall as an offensive unit. On the ground Washington ran for 1,448 yards as a team, which ranked 28th in the NFL. They ran 401 times last year, averaging 3.6 yards per carry as a rushing unit. The Redskins were penalized on offense 92 times for 733 yards last season, which had them 28th in the league in penalties. Alex Smith threw for 4,042 yards last season. He completed 341 passes on 505 attempts for a completion percentage of 67.5%. His quarterback rating last year was 104.7. He averaged 8 yards per pass attempt and 11.9 yards per completion.
Washington was 28th in the league in points allowed on defense with 388 last year. They surrendered a total of 5,566 yards on D, which was 21st in the NFL. The Redskins were ranked 17th in yards per play allowed with 5.3. Their pass defense gave up 6 net yards per pass attempt, placing them 15th in the league as a unit. Opposing offenses completed 306 passes on 531 attempts against the Washington defense last season, placing them 4th and 12th in the National Football League. The Washington Redskins pass defense also gave up a total of 3,420 yards through the air, which was 9th overall in total pass defense. Their rushing defense allowed 472 attempts for 2,146 yards last year, putting them in 32nd place in the league against the run. The Redskins committed 100 penalties for 887 yards on the defensive side of the ball last season. That ranked them 14th in the NFL. They gave up a score on 35.9% of possessions on defense, which was 20th in the league.
Special Teams Stats
Washington was ranked 23rd in the league in punt returns last season with 29. They accumulated 178 punt return yards and averaged 6.1 yards per return, which was 27th in the NFL. Their longest punt return last year was 29 yards. They returned 34 kicks for 673 yards on special teams, ranking 15th in kick return yardage. The Redskins averaged 19.8 yards per kick return and had a long of 35 yards last year. They were 17th in the league in all-purpose yards with 6,392. The Washington Redskins attempted 28 field goals last season and made 24, which was 21st in the National Football League. Their kickers had a field goal percentage of 85.7%. Washington kickers made 92% of their extra points, going 36 for 39 last year. Their punters totaled 3,797 yards on 83 punts, averaging 45.7 yards per punt. That placed them 13th in the NFL in punting average.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlays Pundit's Pick: Take the Redskins -3 and over 42.5 total points
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