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No Robert Griffin III, no problem for the Washington Redskins with fellow rookie Kirk Cousins under center versus the Cleveland Browns. The quarterback led the Redskins to a 38-21 win, their fifth straight victory, on 26-of-37 passing for 329 yards and two touchdowns. Washington is now in a three-way tie for first place in the NFC East with an 8-6 record but holds the tiebreaker, and with two games remaining controls its playoff destiny.
Brandon Carr found a way to silence thousands of Terrible Towel-waving Pittsburgh fans at Cowboys Stadium and send the Dallas crowd home happy.
Mike Shanahan drafted Kirk Cousins for a day like this. He wanted to establish stability at the Washington Redskins' quarterback position. And with star quarterback Robert Griffin III watching from the sideline with a sprained knee, Cousins delivered.
At a certain point, a winning streak becomes a form of group hysteria, almost — an altered state. There's no understanding it, really. It just is.
Robert Griffin III's sprained right knee will keep him out of the starting lineup Sunday when the Washington Redskins visit the Cleveland Browns in a game with vital playoff implications.
At 7-6, the Redskins are favorably positioned in the NFC playoff race, but they don't yet control their own postseason fate. It's not far off; a win Sunday at the Cleveland Browns and either a loss by the New York Giants to the Atlanta Falcons or a loss by the Chicago Bears against the Green Bay Packers gives Washington control.
Robert Griffin III high-stepped and moved laterally with barely a hitch as he stretched with his Washington Redskins teammates, then looked a little gimpy during throwing drills during the first part of practice.
Three days after spraining his knee, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was just a little gimpy on the practice field and very cagey behind the microphone
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant went to see another doctor Wednesday to help determine if he can play the rest of this season with a broken finger on his left hand.