Jay Gruden eyes momentum from good finish - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Washington edskins coach sees value in ending season on a winning note.
Darrel Young's Two Touchdowns Propel Redskins
On back-to-back drives in the third quarter of Saturday's game vs. the Eagles, Redskins fullback Darrel Young punched in two one-yard TDs to help Washington score a victory.
Need to Know: Eagles player on Redskins’ Jackson–‘He should be on our team’ | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
This is from Jeff McLane of Philly.com: "The way the Eagles lost on Saturday, with Jackson delivering daggers to the defense, prompted two players to lament his absence to me. "And then [Jackson] burns us," one starter said. "That hurt because you think, ‘Damn, he should be on our team. Why he isn’t he on our team?’" Another player: "I miss him. We miss him. … It was a mistake." There are others, but they’re unwilling to go on the record for obvious reasons." Remember that Jackson also caught an 80-yard TD bomb the first time the teams met in Week 3.
Washington Redskins wake-up call - ESPN
Washington Redskins wake-up call: Keeping an ear out for how Robert Griffin III evaluates his performance on Sunday.
Washington Redskins punter Tress Way eyes potential Pro Bowl nod - Washington Times
When he was first cut by the Chicago Bears, Way almost gave up on his NFL dreams. When he was cut again, he signed with the Redskins, won the starting job and is now a candidate for the Pro Bowl.
Typical NFL Season: Smiles for Some, Frowns for Others - NYTimes.com
Smiling or frowning.
Cowboys plan to play regulars at Washington - ESPN
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett doesn't want to change much of his team's routine as it heads into the season finale with the NFC East in hand.