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5-6, 1st in NFC East
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Who wants to win the NFC East?

After twelve weeks of the season, the NFC East is still wide open. ESPN Stats & Info gives Washington a 38.9 percent chance to win the division, but the Giants are close behind with a 31.7 percent chance.


Injury updates from around the NFL

  • Bills DE Alex Carrington (torn quad) out for season, per Adam Caplan and NFL Network
  • Cardinals RB Chris Johnson has knee contusion, RB Andre Ellington has turf toe
  • Giants OG Geoff Schwartz (ankle) to go on season-ending IR, according to coach Tom Coughlin

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Stephen A. gives credit to the Redskins (1:48)
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Golic: The Giants stunk it up (1:36)

Odell Beckham Jr. comes up big

Beckham continued his hot streak on Sunday, compiling his fourth consecutive game of at least 100 yards receiving. His 20-point total tied for his second-best performance of the season, as Beckham scored another touchdown on a highlight-reel one-handed catch. Fantasy winners

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie goes down

Rodgers-Cromartie went down with an ugly ankle injury early in the second quarter. While he was out of the game, Redskins WR DeSean Jackson got loose for a 63-yard touchdown. Rodgers-Cromartie was in and out of the game in the second half, as the Giants lost 20-14 to the Redskins. Big injuries

Redskins find a way to the top of the NFC East (1:58)

OBJ shines no matter the circumstance

Odell Beckham Jr. is so clearly the best player on the field every week. Even in the Giants worst offensive game of the year, he managed to come up with nine catches for 146 yards and a touchdown catch that cut the Washington lead to 20-14 with 4:57 left in the game. Regardless of the opponent, the score or the situation, Beckham gives the Giants hope. Game balls

Redskins pull into tie for first in NFC East (1:00)

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Coughlin didn't blame Rodgers-Cromartie's absence for the DeSean Jackson touchdown: "It was a post ball, so he would've had safety help anyway. The safety didn't help."

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

WASHINGTON 20, GIANTS 14 (FINAL): It's tough when you're down three offensive linemen, but Eli Manning picked a bad time to play his worst game of the season. Manning's three interceptions dug the Giants a 20-0 hole from which they could not recover, and Sunday's loss dropped them into a first-place tie with Washington at 5-6. They simply don't have enough depth or talent on their roster to win when they turn the ball over, though that Beckham kid is pretty good.

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Cousins tries to get over the top

Kirk Cousins reached over the goal line on a QB sneak to extend Washington's lead. Check out all of the best images from today's action. Best photos of Week 12

OBJ doing OBJ things (0:26)

Beckham's circus catch keeps Giants in it

Odell Beckham Jr. just secured a diving one-handed 21-yard touchdown grab to put the Giants within six points of the Redskins. They trail 20-14 with under six minutes left in this battle for first in the NFC East. Follow live

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Giants dead in their tracks

In a battle for supremacy in the NFC East, the Washington Redskins have been up to the task so far. Check out all of the best images from today's action. Best photos of Week 12

Redskins flipping switch vs. Giants

Washington isn't letting the fact that its lost four straight to New York affect it today. The Redskins allowed zero points and 117 total yards of offense to the Giants. They lead 17-0 at half. Follow live

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

WASHINGTON 17, GIANTS 0 (HALFTIME): The Giants were doing better when they didnt play. After a bye week and a Thanksgiving during which everything broke their way, the Giants are playing one of their worst games of the season so far Sunday. Eli Manning is 10-for-22 for 91 yards and two interceptions. Old nemesis DeSean Jackson roasted the Giants secondary for a 63-yard touchdown catch. Starting guard Geoff Schwartz is out with a broken leg, leaving the Giants with only two of their regular five starting offensive linemen healthy. The Giants have been outgained 238 yards to 117 and will need a big second-half comeback to avoid ending the day in a first-place tie with Washington at 5-6.

Jackson trolls Giants secondary on TD catch (0:22)

Team Stats

Passing Yards265.310th
Rushing Yards89.428th
Points For26.1Tied-4th
Points Against24.821st

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