Predicting which players will be inactive for Sunday night's divisional battle in Dallas.
The Washington Redskins on Sunday take on the Dallas Cowboys in their second nationally televised game of the season, and in that game, they will try to pick up their second consecutive victory and move into a tie for first place in the downtrodden NFC East.
The play begins with a little pressure and Dallas quarterback Tony Romo starting to get trapped in the pocket. This is when the damage can start if all lanes aren't clogged. And, on this play in the 2011 season finale, they weren't. As linebacker Brian Orakpo pushed a little too far inside -- perhaps only by a foot -- Romo saw the opening he needed.
ESPN.com Redskins reporter John Keim and ESPN.com Cowboys reporter Todd Archer break down Sunday's matchup at AT&T Stadium with this week's Double Coverage.
They're playing the 125th edition of "America's Rivalry" on national television again on Sunday night, but this chapter of the Redskins versus the Cowboys is lacking a little something.
That little something is the teams' records.
Analyzing this week's injury report.
29: The number of receptions Pierre Garçon has this season. That is the most receptions for a Redskins receiver through four games since at least 1960.
Reed Could Help Redskins Spring Upset - CSN Washington
1. We've seen Jordan Reed make some catches (he's tied for fourth on the team with 13) and score a touchdown (a nice grab in the end zone against the Packers).
Jarvis Jenkins Expects to be Eased Back into Action on Sunday - Washington Post
Recently-reinstated defensive end Jarvis Jenkins said he expects to be eased back into action Sunday, but he doesn't know how much or little he will play when the Redskins face the Cowboys.
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