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Refreshed after the bye week, Robert Griffin III says last year's success against Dallas is out the window because the Cowboys have an entirely new defense.

The Redskins returned to practice and began laying the foundation for the game plan for their matchup with the Dallas Cowboys.

The Redskins ended the first quarter of their season with a victory over the Raiders. But building momentum off of the victory could prove challenging, because now the team has two weeks between now and its next game.

Wednesday's Post sports front lays out a scenario in which the Redskins win the division without major heroics.

Kai Forbath has stabilized the kicking situation after Billy Cundiff's misadventures. The early-season blocked punts are a fading memory but Brandon Banks has remained mostly a non-factor on returns.

Originally expected to be the strength of the team, the defense has been anything but.

It’s the bye week, and while Redskins get a chance to get away, heal up and recharge, we’re taking a look at various areas with the team.

They're the league's most frequently penalized team this season.

The Washington Redskins are now just one game past the half-way point of their season and this week get a chance to lick their wounds, regroup and then will get back to work next week and try to turn their season around.

At 3-6, this season is disappointing. How do the Redskins use these last seven games, and how do they improve going forward?

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