Prescott, Cowboys Top Washington In First Win Without ElliottDak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys finally found a way to win without suspended star running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Giants Offense Sputters In 20-10 Loss To RedskinsThe first half, in particular, was devoid of highlights: The NFC East rivals combined for nine punts and only six points.
Giants, Redskins Struggling, Banged Up Heading Into Thanksgiving GameWith their losing records, shaky defenses and injury-depleted rosters, the Washington Redskins and New York Giants are not exactly ready for prime time, let alone for a national audience tuning in on Thanksgiving night.
TNF Breakdown: Giants And Redskins Play In Thanksgiving's Final CourseSave some room for an NFC East showdown on Thanksgiving. The Giants and Redskins will each be looking to turn things around when they meet in the final game of the day.
LISTEN: Joe Gibbs Talks Super Bowl QBs, Bill Parcells, Todd Bowles, MoreHow did Joe Gibbs manage to win three Super Bowls with three different Redskins quarterbacks?
Keidel: Cowboys, Redskins To Resume RivalryThe Cowboys and Redskins play Sunday for sole possession of second place in the NFC East behind the Eagles.
Chiefs Redeem Themselves After Earlier Missed Field Goal, Beat WashingtonChiefs kicker Harrison Butker drilled a 43-yard field goal with 8 seconds left in his first career game, atoning for an earlier miss and helping Kansas City to a victory over the Washington Redskins on Monday night.
2017 Preseason All-NFC East DefenseNext up, we take a look at the All-NFC East Defense, which features some of the league's top players at their respective positions.
2017 Preseason All-NFC East OffenseWith training camp officially underway, we take a look at the Preseason All-NFC East Offense.
Keidel: What More Do Redskins Want From Cousins?Kirk Cousins has proven he's the Redskins' future at quarterback. So why didn't the team lock him into a longterm contract?
NY Giants Team Grades: DRC Comes Up Big Blue As G-Men Eliminate Redskins 19-10The Washington Redskins (8-7-1) needed a victory to secure an NFL playoff berth, while the New York Giants (11-5) had nothing to gain. But the G-Men went on the road and stifled the 'Skins offense all afternoon. A second interception by Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie tamped down a last minute threat by the Redskins, and Big Blue left the nation's capital with a 19-10 victory.
Opponent Profile: Giants Clinch Playoffs, Redskins Still Have Work To DoThe New York Football Giants (10-5) can thank the New Orleans Saints that their Week 17 contest is somewhat meaningless for them. This week's opponent, the Washington Redskins (8-6-1), still have playoff aspirations. Can the Giants deny the DC crew a spot in the NFL post-season party?