When NFL fans get sick of the #Dolphins getting beaten, they’re calling for a #Redskins game!

The Washington Redskins have been in a rough spot lately.

They were beaten by the Pittsburgh Steelers and by the Dallas Cowboys, but they lost by a touchdown to the Kansas City Chiefs.

That game was so lopsided in the second half that the Redskins were forced to forfeit their final game of the regular season, a 35-30 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

That was a disappointing loss to a team that was supposed to be the NFC East’s second seed.

Now, fans are calling for the Redskins to play a playoff game against the Tampa-based Tampa Bay Lightning, because the team is in dire straits and the Lightning are playing a playoff-caliber team.

Now that the Lightning have gone down to the AFC Championship Game, the Redskins and Lightning are in a battle for the same seed, and the Redskins are in the driver’s seat for the division title.

That’s the theory.

The Lightning were the team that beat the Redskins, so it seems like the team should be the one to play.

The Washington Post’s Chris Ballard says the Redskins would get the right to play the Lightning if the Lightning beat the Washington Redskins in the regular-season finale.

That would be an interesting scenario, but if that’s the case, the Lightning would have to beat the defending champion Pittsburgh Steelers.

So who is right?

Here are the facts as they stand.

The NFL playoffs start on April 7th, so the Redskins should be able to play at home against the Steelers, even if the Redskins lose.

But, if the Steelers beat the Pittsburgh Bengals on Sunday, the Washington game would be moved to the following day, and it would be the Steelers vs. the Bengals instead of the Redskins.

The Bengals beat the Steelers in the Steelers playoff game in 2012, so they are technically a “winning team” in that game.

But they were a division rival of the Steelers when the Steelers won the Super Bowl.

So if the Bengals win that game, they are a divisional foe of the Washington offense, and that means the Redskins will have to play on April 8th against the Pittsburgh offense, a game that the Washington defense can’t win, even with the injured Sam Bradford.

But if the Washington defensive line doesn’t play well enough to stop the Bengals running game, the Steelers offense will win and the game will go to overtime.

So the Redskins have to win the game on Sunday.

And that’s just what the Lightning did in 2012.

That season, the team went 1-5 against the Bengals and went 2-1 against the Washington Steelers.

That makes the Bengals a division-leading team, and therefore a division winner, but the Redskins still have to be a division champion to play Pittsburgh.

But that’s where the theory ends.

If the Steelers win Sunday, they will have clinched the division.

So Washington is in good shape for the Steelers to win Sunday and the division championship.

If they lose, they lose and the Steelers will win the division and play in the NFC Championship Game against the Seattle Seahawks.

So that’s exactly what happens if the Tampa Lions beat the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game on Sunday night.

The Ravens will be playing the Pittsburgh defense for the NFC Division title.

The Steelers defense was a little bit better than Pittsburgh’s in 2012 when the Ravens beat the Ravens, but that wasn’t enough to secure a division title, so there is no reason the Steelers should be favored against the Baltimore defense.

If Tampa loses to the Ravens in Sunday’s game, then Washington will have a chance to beat Pittsburgh in the divisional playoffs, and they’ll have to defeat the Ravens.

So it seems likely that Washington will play in a game on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday evening.

That means the game would start at 7:30pm local time.

The game would then be broadcast on NBC Sports Network.

The Redskins would have a full 15 minutes to run a play to show they’re the superior team.

They could then move it up to 1:00am local time to show their offense is in a superior position to Pittsburgh’s defense.

And they could then go to 5:00pm local, because that’s when the Bengals will be in their bye week.

So at 5:30am, they could start the play-by-play of the play that is going to be shown on NBC.

And then the Redskins offense could play another play to demonstrate that they’re in a better position than the Steelers defense.

The play that would be shown would be a run play, and there would be no pressure on Washington to go after the quarterback.

The next play would be another run play to prove they are the superior defense.

So we could end up with a play that’s not necessarily going to show any sort of pressure on the offense, but it will show Washington’s offense is getting better.

The final play of the game could be a play