The Washington Redskins tonight play their final prime time game of the season, facing the Dallas Cowboys at 8:30 p.m. at AT&T Stadium.
The rookie safety appeared in four games earlier this season, playing almost exclusively on special teams.
These teams find themselves at opposite ends of the spectrum as they approach the midway point of the season.
For their final injury report of the week, the Washington Redskins have listed quarterback Robert Griffin III and cornerback Tracy Porter as questionable entering Monday night's game at Dallas.
The Redskins will feel the absence of top cornerback DeAngelo Hall Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys and Dez Bryant.
Robert Griffin III, safety Ryan Clark and cornerback Tracy Porter all were limited by injury in Friday's practice.
Robert Griffin III on Friday broke his silence and said that he is doing his best to listen and learn all he can while making a gradual return.
The Dallas Cowboys studied the Redskins' offense rather than worry about whether Colt McCoy or Robert Griffin III would start.
Jay Gruden believed that many of his players needed a more thorough education on the history of the series.
Dallas boast NFL-best 57.4 conversion rate on third down; Washington ranks 31st, at 31.7 percent