Washington gets a big game out of its defense, including a pivotal fumble recovery for a touchdown.

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For Washington, Sunday’s Giants game offers a rare chance to play from ahead.

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The Redskins' running back has always been tough to bring down, but this season he has been a threat out of the backfield as well.

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What pundits are saying about the first-place Redskins after their win over the Cowboys.

Gruden sounded optimistic Monday despite an uneven offensive performance in Sunday's victory over Dallas.

Receivers Jamison Crowder and Paul Richardson and running back Chris Thompson remain day-to-day.

Washington has a chance to extend its lead in the division with an upcoming stretch of winnable games.

The FS1 host and Dallas fan misidentified Daron Payne twice while ranting about controversial penalty.

The Redskins paid tribute to the late NBC Sports Washington reporter and welcomed his family to FedEx Field on Sunday.

A look at the good and bad from Washington's 20-17 win over Dallas.

Behind the Rams and Saints, 10 teams are bunched between 4-2 and 3-4. How to sort it all out?

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A team that limits its mistakes and excels in the trenches might be good enough to win a mediocre NFC East. Beyond that, it's still too early to tell.

A snap infraction. A game-tying field goal off the upright. A made play here. A missed play there. Could this be?

With several important weapons -- including Chris Thompson, Jamison Crowder and Paul Richardson Jr. -- all out Sunday, Washington still found a way to win.

After being backed up five yards, Dallas missed the kick that would have forced overtime. “I never had that before,” said the long snapper. “I do the exact same thing every time.”

The veteran running back continues to be a crucial part of the offense, shedding tackles and churning up yards.

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