Washington Redskins: Miles Austin
If he can’t play, the Redskins would still be OK at tight end with Fred Davis, rookie Jordan Reed and Niles Paul. But Paulsen is the Redskins’ best run-blocker at tight end. They like to have a balanced look at tight end, with Paulsen and a pass-catcher in Reed or Davis. It enables them to sell play-action passes better.
Meanwhile, rookie linebacker Brandon Jenkins (ankle) is questionable. Nose tackle Chris Neild (calf) is doubtful.
For Dallas, running back Lance Dunbar (hamstring) and defensive end Edgar Jones (groin) are out. Linebacker Justin Durant (groin) is questionable after being limited in practice Friday. The good news for Dallas is that receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) is probable, as is defensive tackle Jason Hatcher (neck).
12/29/2013 - FINAL
2013 NFC EAST STANDINGS
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