Washington rides an impressive first-half performance to a win, which ties the team with Eagles for first place in NFC East.

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“The game happens too fast," said Swearinger. "It’s a grown man’s game. It’s not a referee’s game."

What the pundits are saying about the Redskins after Week 3.

Washington had three games before its bye week, with 13 to play after it. “It’s about to be a long [final] three quarters [of the season]," safety D.J. Swearinger said. “It’s a big disadvantage."

The tickets were a gift to the NBC Sports analyst and former NASCAR driver from one of his long-time racing sponsors.

The good and bad from Washington's 31-17 win over the Packers, including linebacker Ryan Anderson's continued success as a fullback.

  • Perspective

Through the first three games of the season, Washington has shown an identity on defense that has been missing for a generation.

  • Perspective

Washington’s coach isn’t like most of his NFL counterparts, and it seems to have a balancing effect on his team.

The Packers quarterback has been unable to conjure his usual magic after getting hurt in Green Bay’s season opener.

Washington's Josh Norman and Morgan Moses suffered minor injuries.

Quarterback Alex Smith and his pass-catchers connect on some big plays in the passing game.

Washington beat the Green Bay at FedexField.

Washington built a 28-10 halftime lead and held on to take a 2-1 record into the bye week.

Washington rides an impressive first-half performance to a win, which ties the team with Eagles for first place in NFC East.

“What’s a catch?” has been surpassed.

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