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2015 Schedule
4-6, 2nd in NFC East
Can the Giants defeat the Redskins? (1:05)
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12hJohn Keim

Redskins focused on Giants, not London

The Redskins learned Wednesday that they will play the Bengals in London next season, but their thoughts right now are on facing the Giants this week.

Differing views on Redskins' approach (0:44)
Redskins need strong start from Kirk Cousins (1:08)
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Giants have had the Skins' number

The Giants haven't been great against the Cowboys or Eagles of late, but they've handled the Redskins with relative ease.

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You like that? A Kirk Cousins investigation

When the Redskins QB shouted You like that! earlier this season, it prompted ESPN's John Keim to go through all of Cousins' games so far this season and determine if he liked that. Mixed results

JPP 'happy to be alive' this Thanksgiving (1:01)
Coughlin on playoff race: 'It's a lot of fun' (0:26)
Blackmon: Redskins going all-in for divisional games (0:36)
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Redskins' emergency QB: Darrel Young

Washington's fullback was a high school QB and says he can chuck it 65 yards. The team even gives him reps in a package of six plays every few weeks, just in case. Emergency QBs

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins left tackle Trent Williams said he will play Sunday vs. the New York Giants. Williams did not practice today after suffering a left patella contusion vs. Carolina.

The Dan Le Batard Show's Grid of Death (2:08)
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NFC East race far from over

The Giants got some breathing room during their bye week, but FPI still gives the Eagles a 33 percent chance at winning the division. The Redskins and Cowboys aren't out of it, either.

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Woodson among 32 sportsmanship nominees

Veterans Charles Woodson, Philip Rivers and Calvin Johnson are among 32 players nominated for the Art Rooney Award that honors sportsmanship in the NFL.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins corner Chris Culliver underwent an MRI on his shoulder and the team is awaiting results. Culliver also has a sore knee.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said of playing in London next year: "it'll be exciting next year but I could care less (now)" because they're focused on the Giants.

What you need to know for Week 12 (1:00)
Washington could spend two weeks in London next season (1:48)

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins practice update: LT Trent Williams (knee), CB Chris Culliver (knee), S Dashon Goldson, DE Jason Hatcher (knee/day off), and CB Deshazor Everett (hamstring) and S Trenton Robinson (hamstring) are not practicing. It's uncertain why Goldson is not working. Also, RB Alfred Morris (ribs) is going through individual work.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

As others have noted the Redskins will play Cincinnati in London on Oct. 30 next season. It's a home game for the Bengals. Also, there's a chance the Redskins will play the Rams there on Oct. 23. If both teams finish in the same place in their respective divisions the Redskins will play there two weeks in a row.

Team Stats

Passing Yards237.5
Rushing Yards95.3
Points For22.120th
Points Against25.3Tied-24th

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