Second game in NFL postseason history with rookie starting quarterbacks on both teams
Record-setting rookie quarterbacks will be on full display when the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins square off in Sunday’s NFC Wild Card matchup at 4:30 p.m. ET on FOX. The Seahawks (11-5) enter this contest on a five-game winning streak, while the Redskins (10-6) won their final seven games to capture the NFC East division title and first postseason berth since 2007.
The NFC East title is on the line in this winner-take-all matchup between long-time rivals
The Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins will write the latest chapter in their historic rivalry when the two face off at 8:20 p.m. ET tonight on NBC. The winner of this game, the 106th overall meeting between the two, will lay claim to the NFC East division title, which would be the Cowboys’ (8-7) first since 2009 and the Redskins’ (9-6) first since 1999.
This year's fantasy football "dream team" is highlighted by Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson.
It’s fantasy football Super Bowl time. This week, the majority of leagues across the country will crown a champion who will win bragging rights, trophies, a few dollars, a trip to Vegas, who knows? And while every league is different, there are several key players acquired throughout the season who push a contender over the top, regardless of scoring, league size or any other variable.
Redskins look to gain ground on first-place Giants in key NFC East clash
The New York Giants will try and increase their lead in the NFC East when they face off with the Washington Redskins tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. The defending Super Bowl champion Giants hold a two-game edge over the Redskins and Cowboys, thanks in part to their 27-23 home win over the Skins back in Week 7. The Redskins, on the other hand, are hoping to make Robert Griffin III’s “Monday Night Football” debut a successful one by stretching their winning streak to three and also gaining some ground on the Giants in the process.
NFC East rivals face off for the seventh time on Thanksgiving Day
The Washington Redskins will spend yet another Turkey Day in the deep south as they will meet up with the Dallas Cowboys for a key NFC East divisional clash that will kickoff at 4:15 p.m. ET on FOX. Both teams enter this game trailing the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants atop the division, so this first meeting between the two could go a long ways in determining playoff fates.