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Over Unders

Having a rough morning and pressed for time, so I apologize for the late posting. Wanted to see what you guys thought about the game plan this weekend, so thought we'd play a game of Over-Under.

It goes like this. I throw out a scenario, ask for your opinion and we see what the consensus is. Here goes:

Number of carries for Dolla Bill. (26 is the magic number based on his Redskins career).

Number of plays for TJ Duckett (don't see how this can be set at anything other than zero at this point).

Number of plays for Troy Vincent (my gut tells me he will dress for this one).

Number of sacks for Andre Carter (please be gentle. he is trying).

Number of sub-40-yard punts for Frosty.

Number of total sacks and turnovers caused by the D. (I would go with 2 given recent events).

Number of TD passes for Peyton Manning (I'm putting a cap at single-digit numbers).

Number of wins for Redskins season (I would guess Vegas would put this around 7 at this point).

Randoms: Speaking of over-unders, I thought it would take until the bye week for the Redskins to have a sponsor for the new TV/radio studio they built at The Park. Boy, was I wrong. The good people at Sprint had their logo attached to the studio a few weeks back. Anyone else hear the commercial for Redskins.com that is actually sponsored by the Yellow Pages? I swear I heard it driving to the stadium Sunday. About 15 seconds into the 30-second spot, Larry Michael says that this Redskins.com commercial is brought to you by the Verizon Yellow Pages, then does like a 15 second spiel got them. Genius. A commercial within a commercial. Whodathunkit? Maybe we could find a sponsor for this blog. I'll gladly take a handout. I'm fully prepared to sellout ...

Our guy Wayne Allyn Root was on the ball. He told me last week he would be playing big against the Bears coming off all those blowout wins. Bet he made a pretty penny Monday night ...Believe it or not, there was some baking going on in the media room Monday. The esteemed representative of the AP showed up with a bunch of pans, and put the finishing touches on a cake he was making for his son's Boy Scout meeting that night. It was mostly some last-minute frosting from what we gathered. He's supposed to bring in some cookies Thursday, so I'll give a full review. A few weeks ago he surprised us with a key lime pie that was pretty tasty.

By Jason La Canfora  |  October 17, 2006; 12:16 PM ET
 
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