With Robert Kelley and Chris Thompson injured, the rookie running back steps into a featured role at a crucial point in Washington’s season.

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The Redskins face a must-win situations Thursday night if they hope to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.

  • Washington Post Staff
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The New York Giants are playing for pride. Everyone else is playing for something real on Thanksgiving.

Bundle up! Even without a breeze sitting in the 30s is bracing.

  • David Streit
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With Robert Kelley and Chris Thompson injured, the rookie running back steps into a featured role at a crucial point in Washington’s season.

Get ready for a night of football unlike any FedEx Field has seen.

This will be the fifth missed game this season for Reed.

  • Kimberley A. Martin
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Washington is undefeated (1-0) on Turkey Day against teams not named the Cowboys.

Here's one more relic from the old days.

Drew Brees leads the league in completion percentage (71.6 percent) and net yards per pass (7.74), helping the Saints become the league's best team through Week 11.

The Giants defense could cause problems for a pair of Redskins pass-catchers.

  • Mark Bullock
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There's no shortage of reasons the Redskins have struggled to do better this season.

  • Analysis

Not much other than pride and professionalism will be at stake Thanksgiving night at FedEx Field.

One team will come out of the Thanksgiving night game with its first NFC East victory of the season.

  • Perspective

Anything can happen in the NFL. But it has been a long time since it happened in Washington.

Washington's most revered sporting figure built his reputation on devotion to his job. He still wonders whether it was too much.

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