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By Troy Jefferson The Washington Redskins needed a win and they got it. Coming into the game, the Redskins were winless in their last eight tries vs. rookie quarterbacks. Nick Foles made his first career start and was harassed all day by Redskins’ defenShare Tweet
LANDOVER, Md. -- In the final minutes of a lopsided loss to the Washington Redskins, with the Philadelphia Eagles trailing by 25 points, running back LeSean McCoy suffered a concussion. There was no immediate word on the long-term implications for McCoy…Share TweetThe Eagles got blown out of the building by the Redskins on Sunday, a result that was bad news for coach Andy Reid. It’s now six straight losses for the Eagles and the margin of defeat keeps getting bigger. Owner Jeffrey Lurie made it clear that the teaShare Tweet
12th Man Battle Goes To The Best Fansredskins.com Nov 18, 2012Not only did the Washington Redskins pummel the Philadelphia Eagles on the field today, but you Redskins supporters continued to show that you are the best fanbase in the NFL. The Redskins fans today won the “12th Man Battle” against the Eagles fans,Share Tweet
Cam Newton Gives A Small Child A Football And An Epileptic Fit: Your Sunday NFL GIF Roundupdeadspin.com Nov 18, 2012We'll be putting all our GIFs for the day here, from the happiest person you'll ever see on the receiving end of a ball from Cam Newton, to the Cowboys onside kicking in the third quarter, and failing. We'll update the post as the later games conclude, …Share TweetRedskins safety Brandon Meriweather probably shouldn’t walk under any ladders. Meriweather’s left knee injury kept him out for weeks of the regular season before he was finally ready to return on Sept. 30 against the Buccaneers. He collided with wideShare Tweet
RG III nearly perfect in Redskins winyahoo.com Nov 18, 2012Robert Griffin III threw for 200 yards during the Washington Redskins 31-6 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. By itself, that number is not that impressive. What is impressive is that of the 15 passes he threw, 14 were caught. Four were for touchdowns. …Share TweetRobert Griffin III threw four touchdown passes Sunday, and the Washington Redskins broke a three-game losing streak with a 31-6 win over the skidding Philadelphia Eagles.Share TweetThe name of the quarterback has changed, but the turnovers have continued for the Eagles. Nick Foles was intercepted on third down of his first drive as a starter, which set the Redskins up in good field position that they used to grab a 7-0 lead. Foles…Share Tweet
Pierre GarÃ§on returns for the RedskinsFor the first time since Week Five against the Falcons, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will be able to throw the ball to Pierre GarÃ§on. GarÃ§on has been sidelined since then with a foot problem that first cropped up in the season opener and ne…Share TweetESPN.com Nov 18, 2012LANDOVER, Md. -- As the Washington Redskins prepare to host the Philadelphia Eagles today at 1 p.m. ET at FedEx Field, here's one reason for Eagles fans to feel good and one reason for Redskins fans to do the same. Eagles feeling good: The Eagles have w…Share Tweet
RG3 Guides Redskins To Biggest Win Since 2007Nov 18Robert Griffin III and Santonio Holmes address the media after leading the Redskins to their biggest win since 2007.
Sunday Blitz: Eagles-Redskins RecapNov 18Cary Chow and Cris Carter break down the Redskins' 31-6 win over the Eagles.
Redskins postgame press conferenceNov 18Redskins react following game with Eagles
Eagles Lose Sixth StraightNov 18Robert Griffin III threw for 200 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Redskins over the Eagles 31-6.