After a 4-12 season, major questions – from QB, to defensive coordinator, to general manager — loom over the Washington Redskins.
RICK SNIDER: There are two easy, but major decisions before Washington Redskins president Bruce Allen.
The Cowboys prepped for the playoffs Sunday with a 44-17 win over the Washington Redskins, with DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant breaking a pair of prestigious franchise records along the way.
The Redskins will have linebacker Keenan Robinson and offensive tackle Trent Williams available for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Tony Romo hasn’t made it through his past two games against Washington without a back injury, and the most realistic playoff scenarios don’t require the Cowboys to beat the Redskins on Sunday.
Any given Sunday, one NFL team can tie another.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III made it through a full practice on Friday and is expected to start in the season finale Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys.
Redskins tackle Trent Williams has been selected to the 2015 Pro Bowl, the NFL announced Tuesday.
It was a subtle change that maybe made a difference. With Robert Griffin III wearing a wristband for the first time, the Washington Redskins ended a six-game skid.
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