On Sunday, the 4-11 Redskins will play their final game of the season, hosting the Dallas Cowboys.
Mike Jones answers questions from readers, who aren't preoccupied with Saturday's victory as much as they are how to move forward from 4-11.
The Redskins can no longer spoil the Cowboys' chances at the playoffs, but each side has something to play for. How seriously will Dallas take the game?
Rookie linebacker Trent Murphy appears unlikely to play in next Sunday's season finale against the Cowboys after breaking his hand early in Saturday night's win over the Eagles.
Redskins coach says end result is what matters most.
With his sack-fumble in the first quarter, outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan added to his career-high total and also extended his streak of games with at least one sack to five games.
The Redskins did a number of good things as they got their first win since Oct. 27.
With his 21-carry, 83-yard performance in Washington's 27-24 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, running back Alfred Morris went over the 1,000-yard mark on the season.
Bashaud Breeland's big interception won him praise from teammates. "That dude has ice-cold veins, man. Play of the year," Stephen Bowen said.
With only one usable arm after fourth-quarter collision, Washington left tackle Trent Williams refused to remain sidelined against Philadelphia.