Below I've posted a number of Nationals-related over-under lines. In addition to your prediction of "over" or "under" please indicate if you think I set a line too high or too low. You can answer any or all. There is a list with just names at the bottom that can be copied as a template.
It's not too late for me to take additional feedback and make edits, but be quick, since I wouldn't want to do that after the first person takes the time to make their prognostications.
I'll try to acknowledge the top 3 prognosticators at season's end.
Without further ado:
Gio Gonzalez - 207 strikeouts
Jordan Zimmermann - 2.94 ERA
Stephen Strasburg - 200 innings pitched
Ross Detwiler - 120 innings pitched
Entire staff - 2.5 pitchers with 1+ saves
Rafael Soriano - 6 blown saves aka "none-tucks"
Drew Storen - 59 appearances with Nats
Ian Desmond - 45 combined HR/SB
Danny Espinosa - 30 games played with Washington
Bryce Harper - 34 home runs
Adam LaRoche - 81 IRBSGTC (Induced RobBobS GameThread Comments--I decided to keep this in. Not meant to be taken very seriously, though.)
Wilson Ramos - 0.5 stolen bases
Anthony Rendon - .355 OBP
Denard Span - 45 extra-base hits
Jayson Werth - .295 batting average
Ryan Zimmerman - 0.5 games started at 1st base before All Star Break
Tyler Moore - 122 days on the Nationals 40-man roster, starting April 4 (122 days later is July 31)
Matt Williams 3 ejections
1st and a half place in the NL East
89.5 regular season wins
1.5 playoff games (Over means they either win the division or the WC game; under means they either lose the WC game or miss the playoffs)
.500 winning % vs. Braves (They were only 6-13 last year, while going no worse than 11-8 vs. anyone else in the division. Come on Nats!)
Here's that template:
Staff with saves -
vs. Braves -