After a long offseason marred by the franchise’s controversial name, the Washington Redskins can finally focus on the field with the start of training camp and kickoff of the 2014 season right around the corner.
Despite going just 3-13 last season, new head coach Jay Gruden has a team poised for playoff contention. Washington added playmaking wide receiver DeSean Jackson to the roster, which should only make the offense more explosive, especially with a healthy Robert Griffin III leading the way.
The Washington Redskins odds to win the Super Bowl entering the season are 50-to-1, with an over/under of 7.5 games. Following is a preview of the upcoming season for the ‘Skins, courtesy of BetDSI.