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2018 Schedule
6-3, 1st in NFC East
What has made Swearinger successful with Redskins? (1:38)
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10hJohn Keim

Skins' Swearinger: Texans 'bashed my name'

The D.J. Swearinger revenge tour already includes wins vs. former teams Arizona and Tampa Bay. Those were warm-up acts for what takes place Sunday: a chance to beat the team the Redskins safety said bashed him like no other.

2d

Barnwell Show: NFC Picture with Will Brinson

Are you an NFC or an AFC person? In this episode, Bill and Will Brinson of CBS share their allegiances and take a look at the NFC playoff picture as it currently stands, including which teams are most likely to prevail in the South (3:55), West (31:02), East (43:30) and North (56:03).

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3dJohn Keim

Norman: Redskins fans better on road than home

The Redskins had a lot working against them entering Sunday's game at Tampa Bay. But one thing in their favor, according to cornerback Josh Norman, was playing on the road -- and away from a stadium that no longer sells out.

Washington can bust out of slump against Bucs (1:09)
6d

NFL Week 10 Preview

Doug Kezirian chats with John Murray of the SuperBook to recap how the house got housed on Sunday, while also discussing how NFL coaches should learn from crisis negotiations. They then look ahead to the Week 10 lines. Plus, Fantasy Insider Mike Clay weighs in on prop bets (1:01:06).

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7dJohn Keim

Peterson upbeat despite Redskins' O-line injuries

Adrian Peterson acknowledged he had a long night with his "friend" Maker's Mark in the wake of the Redskins losing three starting offensive linemen to injuries, but spoke to the need to "stay positive and keep pressing."

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9dJohn Keim

Redskins lose linemen Scherff, Lauvao for season

The Redskins lost more than a game Sunday as they lost three players -- Brandon Scherff, Shawn Lauvao and Paul Richardson -- for the rest of the season due to injuries.

10d

Falcons flex offensive muscles, blow out Redskins 38-14

Julio Jones ended his 12-game touchdown drought, Matt Ryan threw for 350 yards and four scores and the Atlanta Falcons flexed their offensive muscles with a 38-14 blowout of the Washington Redskins on Sunday that extended their winning streak to three...

15d

Adam Schefter Podcast: Wild Deadline Day, Week 9 Brilliance, Vinatieri

Adam Schefter shares his thoughts on a crazy start to the week, chats with Darren Woodson about the trade deadline (7:52), examines Week 9's best matchups with Evan Kaplan (24:31) and re-visits his conversation with the NFL's new all-time leading scorer, Adam Vinatieri (34:34).

Yates likes Clinton-Dix addition for Redskins (0:35)
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix cites a lack of team chemistry and roster issues for Green Bay's struggles on defense this season.
15d

Packers trade safety Clinton-Dix to Redskins

The Packers have traded safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to the Redskins.

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16dJohn Keim

Source: Ex-Redskins GM loses grievance case

Former Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan lost his grievance case against the organization, a source confirmed Monday night.

Fitzgerald and Peterson are two vets that are worth starting (3:30)
17d

Redskins win third straight, behind defense and Peterson

Safety D.J. Swearinger intercepted two passes, Matt Ioannidis had 2 1/2 sacks, and the NFC East-leading Washington Redskins rode their defense to a third straight win, a 20-13 decision over the offensively inept New York Giants on Sunday.

Young: Giants lost season falls on Manning (0:48)
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20dJohn Keim

Norman: Reid's comments 'a slap in the face'

Redskins cornerback Josh Norman said Thursday that he considers the comments of Panthers safety Eric Reid regarding Malcolm Jenkins "a slap in the face" to the Players Coalition. Reid says Jenkins and the coalition "sold out" to the NFL.

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24dTodd Archer

After loss, Cowboys at a loss on snap penalty

A first-ever snap penalty for the Cowboys' L.P. Ladouceur pushed a game-tying field goal to 52 yards, and it was then missed by Brett Maher when the ball hit the upright.

Team Stats

Passing Yards216.2
Rushing Yards121.2
Points For19.6
Points Against19.4