As the Redskins and Washington as a whole readies for the postseason, join WTOP's George Wallace today at 1 p.m. for a live chat to talk about the big win over Dallas and the team's playoff chances.
"R-G-3!" was all Redskins fans needed to chant when they wanted to express their love for Robert Griffin III. For the lesser-known rookie, they opted for his whole name: "Alf-red Mor-ris!"
The NFC wild-card game gives the Redskins a home-field advantage at FedEx Field. As of early Monday morning, there were still plenty of tickets.
On a night when rookies Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris led the Washington Redskins to the top of the NFC East, team owner Dan Snyder sought out a long-suffering veteran during the postgame celebration.
The NFC East rivals have met 105 times over 52 years. Some have been classics. Some have been duds. Twice they've met in the NFC championship game. Only once have they met in the final week with playoff implications for both teams.
Nickel back DeJon Gomes is out for Washington's game against Dallas because of a sprained left knee, while Redskins right tackle Tyler Polumbus is active after missing practice with a concussion.
It's finally game day at Fed Ex Field, and the Redskins are looking for the team's first NFC East crown since 1999. The Redskins tee up against long-time rivals, the Dallas Cowboys for an 8:20 p.m. kickoff.
If the Redskins come out on top in Sunday night's game against the Dallas Cowboys, so will Prince George's County.
Construction could start as soon as next week on the Redskins' new training camp in Richmond.
George Wallace, WTOP Redskins beat reporter
David Elfin, Longtime Redskins reporter and author of the book "The Washington Redskins: The Complete Illustrated History"
Dexter Manley, Redskins player
Do you think the Redskins can win this Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys? And if you do think they can win: Why?
Frank Herzog, former voice of the Redskins
The Washington Redskins can not only win the NFC East Division should they beat the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, but they can also make D.C., Maryland and Virginia sports history.
Lorenzo Alexander arrived in Washington in October 2006 as a 300-pound undrafted, practice squad defensive lineman who had been cut by two teams during the previous month.
Jean Fugett, former Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys tight end
The Dallas Cowboys get another shot at Robert Griffin III after he put them through their worst quarter of the season in a loss on Thanksgiving.
Whether you're going to the Redskins/Cowboys game Sunday or watching it on TV, there are some changes to note.
Compare what was said Wednesday by Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan. One sounds like a stereotypical coach. The other could be mistaken for an overeager player.