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NFL Injury Report:
The Washington Redskins enter today’s game against the
Dallas Cowboys fairly healthy, as linebacker London Fletcher (ankle) and wide
receiver Pierre Garcon (foot) are the only players listed below probable on
this week’s injury report.
Both Fletcher and Garcon are listed as questionable to play.
Each was limited at practice Wednesday and are expected to be game-time
Fletcher, who’s hoping to keep his impressive game’s streak
alive, did not practice at all on Monday or Tuesday. He exited last Sunday’s
contest against the Philadelphia Eagles after spraining his ankle, but he did
return to finish the game.
Garcon returned for the Redskins last weekend against the
Eagles, but he’s back to questionable on the team’s injury report due to a foot
injury. He was limited at practice all week.
The Redskins also have a trio of players, Logan Paulsen
(hip), Trent Williams (shoulder/ankle) and Josh Wilson (shoulder), listed as
probable to play today.
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BEST OF MAXIM
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants nothing to do with Robert Griffin III after the Washington Redskins rookie quarterback threw four touchdowns to beat the Cowboys 38-31 Thursday.
"I just think that hopefully we don't have to play RG3 but one more time," Jones said via USA Today. "I'd hate to think we'd have to line up against him five or six more...
Be Thankful Redskins Nation This Thanksgiving Washington Redskins fans have a ton of things to be thankful for. Really for the first time since the early 90’s we are beginning to see the team make a push in the right direction, with the talented young players on this team showing signs of playing competently at the NFL level. Perry Riley, Rob Jackson and Lorenzo Alexander have...
This was absolutely priceless. Both assistants show that they have some pretty good reaction time and got out of the way, but what was this Redskins player doing. He saw the ball coming right at him and just never moved; too funny.Meanwhile, RG3 has been on an absolute tear the past two games and looks like he will be an unstoppable force once he gets some more talent around...
Robert Griffin III threw for 311 yards and four touchdowns, helping the Washington Redskins beat the Dallas Cowboys 38-31 on Thursday.
The Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor made the Cowboys (5-6) look like an overmatched college team during the decisive second quarter in his first trip to Texas as a pro.
Griffin was 8 of 8 for 178 yards with three touchdowns to key the first 28...
Almost exactly one year ago, Rob Ryan drew criticism for his remarks about Tim Tebow and the (former) Broncos offense.
True to his character, Dallas' defensive boss turned his attention to this year's sensational signal-caller.
In advance of the Thanksgiving day tilt between the Redskins and Cowboys, Ryan said he doesn't like Robert Griffin III, but also admitted he...
The Redskins haven’t beaten Dallas on Thanksgiving in my lifetime, and they haven’t even played Dallas on Thanksgiving in this blog’s lifetime. I hope we really enjoy this one.
Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET
Line: Redskins +3.5
Prediction: Redskins, 27-22
Welcome to turkey week, where RG3 returns home to lead the (4-6) Washington Redskins into ‘the house that Jerry built’, to take on the (5-5) Dallas Cowboys, in an NFC East tilt.
The ‘Skins roll into Dallas with their confidence high, after trouncing the division rival Eagles on Sunday, while the Cowboys are simply happy to be at .500, narrowly knocking off the Browns in...
WASHINGTON (38) d DALLAS (31)
The Headline: News Headline on the game
In a near perfect first half Robert Griffin III torched the Cowboys defense and set his Redskins up for an upset win on Thanksgiving. Four second quarter touchdowns meant that the rout was on as the Cowboys had no answer for the dynamic rookie. Of course their offense did not help matters by making...
BREAKDOWN KEY: Robert Griffin was too much to handle in the second quarter, leading Washington to four touchdowns and a 28-3 lead at halftime. The Redskins defense did its part, forcing a pair of turnovers that led to scores. The Cowboys looked listless in a game that they considered a near-must win. COWBOYS SAID: "You can't spot a good team. We talked about it all along...