The scene has repeated itself enough times that it's becoming part of the postgame routine. It happened after the Redskins rallied to shock the Eagles. It happened after they demolished the Saints. It happened again after they held off the Giants to take a share of first place in the NFC East.
As the winning players exit the field â still in uniform, bloody, dirty, reeking of sweat and grass â they're greeted with fistbumps and handshakes and full-on embraces by an excited man in a business suit. That would be the team's general manager, Scot McCloughan, who leaves his perch in a suite, comes down to the more comfortable field level, and transforms into a hugging machine.
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The lights are brighter on Monday night. It’s Dallas week. The division is on the line. It’s a chance for the season’s first winning streak. The spotlight is big enough for everyone.
On Thursday, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett and tight end Jason Witten spoke to the Washington, D.C., media about their upcoming matchup against the Redskins.
NFL Nation previews what to watch for around the league Monday, including how 3-8 Dallas could win on Monday Night Football and be only one game out of the playoff chase.
How much teams focus on DeSean Jackson is tough to gauge, but he is a constant headache for defenses.
The game is called credit-card roulette. And it's how the Redskins' defensive linemen settle the tab for their weekly dinners out in Ashburn. Each man throws his credit card into a hat. One by one, they're pulled out. The last card remaining pays.
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A week ago, it looked like the NFC East had become a two-team race. With the Eagles' win over the Patriots, that's no longer the case.
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The Redskins are not taking Dallas lightly in their Monday Night Football matchup, despite the Cowboys' 3-8 record. Though Tony Romo is out, the Redskins know they'll still be tested as they try to tighten their grasp on the NFC East.
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As the Redskins prepare to face the Cowboys on Monday night, they'll both rely on the systems and schemes put in place by offensive line coach Bill Callahan.
Looking back at one of the most unforgettable games between the 'Skins and 'Boys, 10 years after it first electrified D.C.
Last year he even went to the Pro Bowl while injured, although he had to withdraw after starting the week of practices. He said that level of determination comes from his father.
With the Redskins set to take on the Cowboys, Ricky Jean-Francois has turned to a quote from Sean Taylor for inspiration.
The Redskins and Cowboys will meet Monday for the 17th time on "Monday Night Football," matching the Broncos-Raiders rivalry for the most common Monday night series in NFL history.