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2012 Washington Redskins: Week 12
Robert Griffin III throws four touchdown passes for the second week in a row as Washington beats Dallas on Thanksgiving for the first time.
(Jonathan Newton / THE WASHINGTON POST)
Redskins weekly archive
Washington holds off Dallas for 38-31 win.
Week 12 blog posts
Tight end vows to be ready if the Redskins need to rely on him down the stretch.
Injured right tackle Jammal Brown appears to be headed for the Injured Reserve list after missing yet another practice with ongoing hip injuries.
Both have extra rest as they prepare for Monday night game against Giants
Few RGIII comparison surprise me, but this one is just silly.
Dec. 3 game against first place Giants is effectively the beginning of the post-season for Washington
A dog that won't eat Cowboys treats is a special gift.
A winless Wizards team still draws support from local athletes.
Team wants more out of speedy returner
The Redskins' win, coupled with this weekend's results, make the playoffs -- even as a wild card -- a more realistic possibility.
The NBA star is a Cowboys fan, but that didn't stop him from heaping praise on the Redskins' rookie quarterback.
Robinson was undergoing tests for a torn pectoral muscle on Friday.
There were numerous positives to take away from Washington's win on Thursday night.
If the Giants lose Sunday night, the Redskins would be playing for a share of first place Dec. 3.
Crucial takeaways save Redskins from a poor defensive showing against the Cowboys' passing attack.
Redskins rookie Robert Griffin III continued his assault on the record books with another stellar performance Thursday.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall continued his improved post-bye-week play, giving the Redskins two big plays one on defense and one on special teamsin their 38-31 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
Kicker's late field goal seals win over Cowboys and leaves him 10 for 10 since being signed by Redskins.
Linebacker has interception before aggravating sprained left ankle and exiting the Redskins' win at Dallas.
Several of the Nats' key young players comment on the remarkable Thanksgiving performance by the Redskins quarterback.
Best and worst moments from Washington's 38-31 win over the Cowboys in Dallas.
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