The Redskins' Week 17 showdown with the Dallas Cowboys was "flexed," moving from a Sunday 1 p.m. start on Fox to 8:20 p.m. on NBC.
Minutes after the Redskins beat the Eagles, cornerback DeAngelo Hall encouraged the NFL to make it a night game.
"We want to be the only show on TV," Hall said. "That's a good feeling. Prime time, baby."
Washington would clinch the NFC East and a home playoff game if it beats Dallas. The Cowboys capture the division title if they win.
Not surprisingly, Hall expects some fun tension in Landover.
"Pandemonium. Pandemonium at FedEx Field, man. The way you like it," he said. "Definitely, it's going to be a playoff atmosphere there. And we encourage the fans to get on out there early."
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