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The 4-6 Washington Redskins and 5-5 New York Giants battle for first place in the NFC East in Landover.
Washington has played its best at FedEx Field, but players say it’s now crunch time no matter where they play.
Washington’s game against the Giants Sunday will be a meaningful test for Gruden and his team.
How the Redskins (hope they) solved a rookie RB’s fumbling woes
Flagged for unnecessary roughness after officials said he was guilty of a helmet-to-helmet hit, Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver instead was fined for unsportsmanlike conduct.
"Every kid wanted to be like him."
First place in the NFC East is on the line as Washington hosts the Giants.
Good thing the Redskins know how to go to Plan B (and Plan C) when it comes to their secondary.
The Redskins could once again be thin at cornerback.
Washington can get its passing game going on Sunday by exploiting something that worked for them in Week 3, and has worked for other teams recently.