- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The Donovan McNabb era for the Washington Redskins will begin Sept. 12 against a team the former Eagles quarterback has had trouble with recently: the Dallas Cowboys.

McNabb lost three games to the Cowboys last season, including the season finale in Philadelphi and the first round of the playoffs in Dallas.

The 2010 season opener, with the Redskins hosting the the rival Cowboys, will be a nationally televised Sunday Night Football game, the first of three national broadcasts for Washington.

Washington also hosts the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night, Oct. 17, and the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night, Nov. 15.

Here’s the official schedule:

Sept. 12: vs. Dallas Cowboys (Sunday Night Football)

Sept. 19: vs. Houston Texans

Sept. 26: at St. Louis Rams

Oct. 3: at Philadelphia Eagles

Oct. 10: vs. Green Bay Packers

Oct. 17: vs. Indianapolis Colts (Sunday Night Football)

Oct. 24: at Chicago Bears

Oct. 31: at Detroit Lions

Nov. 7: BYE

Nov. 15: vs. Philadelphia Eagles (Monday Night Football)

Nov. 21: at Tennessee Titans

Nov. 28: vs. Minnesota Vikings

Dec. 5: at New York Giants

Dec. 12: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Dec. 19: at Dallas Cowboys

Dec. 26: at Jacksonville Jaguars

Jan. 2: vs. New York Giants

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