Redskins' Path To A Potential Playoff Bid Clears Up Entering Week 17
The Redskins benefited from other NFC contenders losing during Week 16 and now face a situation where if the win in Week 17, they'll likely have a second straight playoff appearance.
Closing out his ninth NFL season and third with the Redskins, DeSean Jackson has strung together three straight 100-yard performances and continues to serve as the league's top deep threat.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden would like to get a look at Su'a Cravens at safety, assuming the rookie's elbow injury allows it.
ASHBURN The final week of the regular season brings an extra amount of pressure for the Washington Redskins’ players whose contracts are about to expire.
There is a lot on the line in the NFC in Week 17.
As the Redskins determine the statuses of Donte Whitner Sr. and Su'a Cravens, the USC product could shift to safety earlier than expected.
Despite their warts, the Redskins have an opportunity for a second straight playoff appearance as they work to build a culture of sustained winning.
ASHBURN - The Washington Redskins are in a favorable situation entering the final week of the season, but a playoff berth is no sure thing. Here’s the situation:
After the Cowboys beat the Lions, in turn helping the Redskins, the path to the playoffs for Kirk Cousins and Washington is clear - except for one obscure doomsday scenario.
A ruthlessly efficient game for quarterback Kirk Cousins, who took one shot after another down field and completed most of them.