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The NFL has announced that the Week 17 Cowboys-Redskins game has been flexed to Sunday Night Football on NBC on December 30.
The Cowboys-Redskins showdown will decide the winner of the NFC East and is the marquee match up of the final week of the season.
This is the second consecutive season the NFC East championship game will be the final game of the regular season according to Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News:
“Cowboys-Redskins was the natural choice, given the NFL’s public stance on what it wants its final regular-season kickoff to be.
The Cowboys win, and they are in. Lose, and it’s go home. Ironically, had the Cowboys beaten the Saints and had a shot at a wild-card spot, the game might have gone to Fox.”
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Robert Griffin, III came back after two weeks of suffering a sprained LCL knee injury and was able to lead the Washington Redskins to a 27-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 16 of the 2012 NFL season. It was an effecient effort by Griffin, one that seen him throw for two touchdowns and throw one interception. Alfred Morris had another superb day running the ball as he was...
Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher was caught vomiting on the sideline by FOX television cameras during a break in the action in the second quarter of Sunday's NFL game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Talk about bad timing to air Fletcher vomiting on live TV, but to make matters worse, FOX happened to be displaying the caption "Happy Holidays" at the...
For those of you with the faint of heart, it probably will be a good idea to not continue reading this post about Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher.
It appears that something wasn't sitting well in London's stomach and check out the small amount of puke that the NFL on Fox caught on camera:
(Courtesy of SB Nation)
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys-Washington Redskins game that will decide the NFC East is moving to prime time.
The NFL says that Dallas' matchup with rival Washington on Dec. 30 would be on NBC's "Sunday Night Football."
Starting in Week 11, the league's flexible scheduling policy allows it to move a more appealing game to Sunday night. This is the second...
Obviously this is a tree of a Washington Redskins and Robert Griffin III fanatic. But how much is too much? Answer: this is too much.
Handing out labels following Skins games. Today, a 27-20 win at Philly.
Robert Griffin III — The mobility wasn’t there, and I could’ve sworn he had just an okay game throwing the ball, but he ended up with a 102.2 rating, so what do I know.
Ryan Kerrigan — His strip-sack early on shifted momentum big time. Picked up another sack later. Now has a career-high 8.5....
Image via the Philadelphia Eagles
The ending of Sunday’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Redskins, the final home game of an awful season for the Birds, was a good analogy for the frustration of the entire year.
Nick Foles, trying to orchestrate a game-tying drive, found new tight end Evan Moore near the goal line only for Moore to drop the pass with 11...
When the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins battle it out for the NFC Championship in Week 17, they will be doing so in prime time, as the NFL chose that game to flex to the Sunday Night Football contest. The winner will be this season’s NFC East Champion and clinch the No. 4 seed in the playoffs.
If the 9-6 Redskins defeat the 8-7 Cowboys to claim the division, they will also...
Has the pressure of trying to reach the playoffs become too much for London Fletcher? The Washington Redskins linebacker was seen vomiting on the sidelines during the second quarter of his team’s game against the Eagles on Sunday. Fletcher recorded his fifth interception of the season when he picked off Nick Foles, giving him 23 for his career, which is second among active linebackers...