The Washington Post

The Redskins will host the New York Giants in the regular season finale at FedEx Field on Sunday.

For the second straight week, the Dallas Cowboys are the catalyst for Washington's good fortune.

By beating the Bucs, Dallas gives Washington control of its own playoff destiny, starting with Monday night's contest against the Panthers.

Only five weeks remain in the season, but don’t look for Redskins players to start scoreboard watching.

Despite reversing their fortunes to win the division and reach the playoffs, the Redskins don't view this season as a huge success.

Washington carries a four-game winning streak into its matchup with Green Bay.

Is there a difference with the added responsibility? Redskins coach doesn’t think so.

Redskins wide receiver said it looked unlikely at 2-4, but is pleased to be making his fifth trip to the postseason.

Green Bay's quarterback will make his 11th playoff start on Sunday, while Kirk Cousins makes his first.

The Redskins return to the practice fields today, gearing up for Sunday’s first-round playoff matchup against the Packers.

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