Not only are late-season night games not conducive to passing — an aspect of football at which the Redskins are better than the Ravens — but look at Washington’s record this year. Jim Zorn’s Redskins are 0-3 under the bright lights, having lost to the Giants, Steelers and Cowboys by a combined 53-23. In contrast, the Redskins are 7-1 in daytime, having outscored their foes 178-146. And if not for the goofy catch/fumble by Pete Kendall that turned into a St. Louis touchdown in Week 6, Wsahington would probably be 8-0 in day games.
— David Elfin