The abrupt end to the Redskins' season, and the Robert Griffin III injury, leaves fans with so many questions.
The Packers' first-round playoff victory over the Vikings means either Washington or Seattle will travel to Atlanta next weekend to play for a spot in the NFC championship.
NFC East blogger Jimmy Kempski joins Opening Kick to help figure out what got the Redskins this far and how they match up with the Seahawks.
For some perspective on how great it is to be playing the Cowboys for the NFC East title in Week 17, Opening Kick looks back to Redskins fans' expectations at earlier points in the season.
The Redskins announced Monday that season-ticket holders will be able to purchase tickets to the first round of the playoffs starting Thursday, Dec. 27.
With their win over the Browns, and a loss by the New York Giants to the Atlanta Falcons, the Redskins gained a share of first place in the NFC East.
The Washington Redskins on Sunday take on the Cleveland Browns and look to extend their win streak to five games and take another step closer to the playoffs.
London Fletcher likes things as is. Trent Williams thinks having more teams in the playoffs wouldn't cheapen the accomplishment.
The Redskins’ playoff chances have climbed to about 47 percent heading into the final three weeks of the season.
The Redskins' win, coupled with this weekend's results, make the playoffs -- even as a wild card -- a more realistic possibility.