• Analysis

In his first free agency period with Washington, Ron Rivera showed restraint. The team might be better for it.

The Washington Football Team plans to sign Taylor Heinicke to its practice squad to serve as its “quarantine quarterback,” to guard against a potential coronavirus outbreak among its other passers.

His latest challenge: Washington’s Week 14 game against San Francisco has been moved to Arizona.

  • Perspective

Washington's in first place in the NFC East? Yawn. Terry McLaurin, Antonio Gibson and Montez Sweat as breakout stars? Now we're talking.

Rivera seemed buoyed by the afterglow of his biggest win in Washington but remained measured in assessing the team.

Washington's trick plays were a lot more successful than the Cowboys' in Thanksgiving rout.

The 41-16 victory win gave Washington sole possession of first place in the NFC East.

  • Analysis

Washington has been struggling all year to grasp the simple task laid out by new coach Ron Rivera. Maybe a Thanksgiving victory at Dallas helps it get there.

Washington Football Team rookie running back Antonio Gibson had a career day in scoring three touchdowns in a blowout win over the Dallas Cowboys.

Washington played the Cowboys for the 10th time on Thanksgiving, and moved into first place in the NFC East with its victory.

Thanksgiving in Arlington, Tex., will include Washington jockeying for NFC East position while navigating a raft of ankle injuries, uncertainty at linebacker and the Cowboys' prowess on the holiday.

After going through cancer treatment, Ron Rivera was compelled to speak out on the issue of affordable health care.

The NFC East lead will be on the line when the 3-7 rivals meet for the 10th time on Turkey Day.

Washington's defense took control after Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow left the game with an injury in the second half.

For Washington’s young offense, having a veteran quarterback in Alex Smith has made a difference over the past few weeks.

  • Perspective

This dreadful division is there for the taking. But taking it wouldn’t mask the work Washington still faces.

At 3-7, Washington is still very much alive in the miserable, winnable NFC East.

Joe Burrow, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, tweeted that he will miss the rest of the season with his injury, dealing a major blow to the Bengals’ rebuilding effort.

  • Perspective

On a day that was eerily reminiscent of that November afternoon more than two years ago when Alex Smith suffered a gruesome broken leg, the quarterback looked more like his old self in leading his team to victory.

The Washington Football Team dominated the game after Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow was carted off the field with a knee injury. The win improves Washington to 3-7 on the season.

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