While the Redskins' season has been rather a bust, this Sunday’s home finale does have a potential bright spot — they can help ruin the Dallas Cowboys’ year.
wizardsThe great rivalries in sports have been forged through years of intense competition and mutual dislike, the combatants forever bonded in our minds: Lakers-Celtics, Yankees-Red Sox, Bears-Packers, Duke-North Carolina.
The Washington Redskins Circus is back in town — the only thing missing is the big top (unless you count the practice bubble at Redskins Park).
The Washington Redskins are officially out of postseason contention, but there's still plenty to watch for in their remaining four games of the season.
The Washington Wizards have set the bar so low with years of NBA ineptitude that a .500 mark is cause for celebration. But things seem to be turning around.
The Redskins' defense prepares to face an offense like the one they see in practice. The 49ers have a similar offensive scheme and weapons to that of the Redskins.
Once considered the pack leader of a talented tight end stable, Fred Davis hasn’t seen the field for the Redskins in any way over the past four games.
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall has reverted back to his Pro Bowl form after being part of one of the worst pass defenses in the league last season.
At the midpoint of the season, the Redskins find themselves in a familiar position: in dire need of an extended winning streak to get them back into the playoff picture.
Point guard John Wall and the Washington Wizards open the 2013-14 NBA season eager to end their five-year postseason drought.