The Redskins have only themselves to blame for Sunday's costly loss to the Lions.

Players criticized Washington's tactics on the final drive, but an examination reveals that credit probably should go to Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford for making plays in spite of well-played defense.

The wide receivers shrugged off their lack of involvement and said that game planning, rather than the defense, played the biggest role in slowing them.

Theater, Burger King, Joe Gibbs: A look back at the Redskins’ last trip to London

Redskins took in the sights before 1992 preseason game against the 49ers.

Chris Cooley says Matt Jones’s struggles aren’t simply ‘a case of the fumbles’

Redskins RB's poor pass protection against Lions contributed to ''D'' grade.

Stephen A. Smith again stokes flames of Redskins feud after Sunday’s loss

''First Take'' host sipped his tea and gloated on Monday.

Kirk Cousins shines in front of family and friends in his first NFL start at Ford Field.

Washington's top cornerback and tackle each left Sunday's game with injuries.

Here are all the details from Washington's loss in Detroit in one spot.

The Redskins look to extend their win streak to five games, and also remain undefeated on the road this season.

Reared in hard-scrabble South Carolina towns 110 miles apart, Redskins starting cornerbacks relish playing from "behind the eight-ball."

Redskins tight end Derek Carrier could soon practice for the first time since suffering a knee injury last year.

Davis drew an unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty after he made a touchdown catch, turned and shot the ball into the air, mimicking a basketball jump shot.

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