Backup tackle Ty Nsekhe suffered a core muscle injury in Sunday night's game and will see a specialist in Philadelphia. Coach Jay Gruden said that Nsekhe could miss some action because of the injury.

  • Analysis

Washington hasn’t statistically dominated an opponent by such a commanding margin as Sunday since outgaining the Chicago Bears in 1974.

Washington also released an unsigned statement, which makes no mention of Trump but extols football as "great unifier."

The Redskins overhauled their defense. Against the Raiders, it jelled.

After an offseason of turnover, there was a great deal of optimism about the unit.

  • Perspective

With resounding defeat of Raiders, Redskins give fans permission to dream

Washington’s win over an Oakland team with Super Bowl aspirations has raised the bar on 2017 expectations.

Kirk Cousins on linking arms during anthem: ‘That just felt powerful to me’

Cousins preached unity after one of the greatest games of his career.

The Redskins and owner Daniel Snyder linked arms during the national anthem, with some players taking a knee. Once the game started, Washington earned an impressive victory.

The Redskins safety, who will not play in 2017, hopes to be back in the NFL next year.

Washington expects to pound the ball on the ground against the Raiders after their rushing success last Sunday.

Rob Kelley, Mason Foster and Montae Nicholson round out list for Sunday night's game.

The black-and-blue Redskins take on the highest-scoring offense in the league in prime time, where they often struggle.

  • Analysis

Oakland has two very productive wide receivers and a creative scheme in the passing game. But Washington's pass defense has been good so far this year.

  • Analysis

The Raiders have big play types on both sides of the ball.

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