The Redskins Season So Far

Before you settle in for Sunday's winner-take-all game against Dallas, take a look back at how Washington's season came to this point

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September 9: Washington 40, New Orleans 32. Robert Griffin III throws for 320 yards and two touchdowns in his NFL debut.
September 16: St. Louis 31, Washington 28. An ill-timed unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Josh Morgan halts a potential game-tying drive.
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September 23: Cincinnati 38, Washington 31. The Redskins defense gives up 478 total yards as Washington drops its home opener.
September 30: Washington 24, Tampa Bay 22. Billy Cundiff's 41-yard field goal brings the Redskins back to .500. Cundiff was cut the following week.
October 7: Atlanta 24, Washington 17. Robert Griffin III leaves the game with a concussion. Kirk Cousins comes in and throws two fourth-quarter interceptions to seal the Redskins' fate.
October 14: Washington 38, Minnesota 26. Griffin's 76-yard touchdown run secures what would turn out to be a crucial win for the Redskins in the playoff race.
October 21: New York 27, Washington 23: The Redskins come back to earth as this 77-yard touchdown by Victor Cruz negates RGIII's earlier fourth-quarter heroics.
October 28: Pittsburgh 27, Washington 12. DeAngelo Hall's ejection caps a miserable day in the Steel City, as the Redskins are held without a touchdown and RGIII throws for just 177 yards.
November 4: Carolina 21, Washington 13. Cam Newton gets the better of Griffin in this match-up of the two most recent Heisman Trophy winners. The Redskins enter their bye week at 3-6.
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November 18: Washington 31, Philadelphia 6. The Redskins return from the bye revitalized. Griffin throws four touchdown passes against the hapless Eagles.
November 22: Washington 38, Dallas 31. Griffin throws four more touchdown passes as 28 second-quarter points help the Redskins beat Dallas on Thanksgiving Day for the first time ever.
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December 3: Washington 17, New York 16. The Redskins claw their way back to .500 with a hard-fought Monday night win over the defending champions.
December 9: Washington 31, Baltimore 28 (OT). Griffin departs with an injured knee. With Washington down 28-20, Kirk Cousins enters and hits Pierre Garcon for a touchdown, then calls his own number on the tying two-point conversion. Washington goes on to win in overtime.
December 16: Washington 38, Cleveland 21. With Griffin's knee putting him out of action, Cousins throws for 329 yards and two touchdowns as the Redskins win their 5th game in a row.
December 23: Washington 27, Philadelphia 20. RGIII returns to action and throws two touchdowns, including this one to Santana Moss. The Redskins improve two 9-6 and put themselves in position to win the NFC East. All they have to do is beat Dallas ...
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Robert Griffin III looks to pass against the Dallas Cowboys in the second quarter at FedExField on December 30, 2012 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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Quarterback Robert Griffin III celebrates after the Redskins defeated the Dallas Cowboys 28-18 at FedExField on December 30, 2012 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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