When Washington and Dallas last met, the hottest player on the Cowboys' offense was running back DeMarco Murray. Now it's their quarterback, which means the Redskins must get pressure.
Robert Griffin III handled a reduced practice workload on Wednesday while nursing a sprained right shoulder.
Left tackle Trent Williams' status for Sunday's season finale against the Dallas Cowboys remains uncertain because of a strained right shoulder.
The quarterback helped his team snap a six-game losing streak against the Eagles, and wants to go out with a win, and worry about the offseason later.
On Sunday, the 4-11 Redskins will play their final game of the season, hosting the Dallas Cowboys.
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?
At 3-11, Washington is left to try to knock Philadelphia or Dallas out of the playoffs.
Finishing against three division opponents seemed like a good thing when the schedule came out, but Washington has fared poorly against all three during the Snyder era.
Taking over for outside Brian Orakpo, Redskins’ second-round pick Trent Murphy stood tall against Dallas run game, has work to do on pass rush.
Some of the rookie defensive back's big plays were obvious, but he put in some more subtle efforts that changed the game as well. Here's a look at all of it.