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The Redskins will travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons, who also are a disappointing 3-10.

The Washington Redskins on Wednesday will hit the practice fields in preparation for Sunday’s game in Atlanta, but as of Tuesday evening, neither Robert Griffin III nor Kirk Cousins had received indication as to which would start at quarterback, according to people with ties to the organization.

  • Mike Jones and Mark Maske
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  • Dec 11, 2013
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Robert Griffin III needs to throw the ball away; Ryan Kerrigan shines.

After weeks of getting torched by numerous big plays a game, the Washington Redskins’ defense did a better job in that department despite facing an Atlanta Falcons offense that boasted an abundance of weapons. The Redskins still lost, however, and their defensive players were again left wanting.

More rain is in the forecast as the day progresses.

Running back will suit up for the Washington Redskins for the first time Sunday.

The Washington Redskins hope to break a seven game home losing streak

The Washington Redskins on Sunday face their stiffest test yet when they host the Atlanta Falcons, who have gotten off to a 4-0 start.

For starters, the secondary is going to have to step up if the Redskins are to have a chance at picking up a win against the Falcons.

The defense has a modest seven sacks in the season's first four games.

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