The Washington Post

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.

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.

The Redskins and Giants face off with first place in the NFC East on the line. But to win, the Redskins will need a quality effort from Kirk Cousins and others.

It's suddenly a two-horse race in the division, but for how long?

They practiced for the first time this week.

The Redskins and Giants play Sunday with first place up for grabs.

With his team 4-6 but still playing for the lead in the NFC East on Sunday, Redskins coach again finds himself stressing the urgency of the moment.

The left tackle didn't practice on Wednesday, but he and his coach are optimistic that he will play Sunday against the Giants.

Four starters and two backups nursed a variety of injuries as the Redskins returned to the practice fields in preparation of their game against the Giants on Sunday.

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