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Week 1 Sept. 9 Jacksonville Win 26-23 (OT) Week 2 Sept. 16 at Indy Loss 23-20 Week 3 Sept. 23 San Fran. Win 24-13 Week 4 Sept. 30 at Detroit Win 20-13 Week 5 Oct. 7 Tennessee Win 30-7 Week 6 Oct. 14 at Washington 3:25 p.m. Ch. 9 Week 7 Oct. 21 Arizona Noon Ch. 9 Week 8 Oct. 25 Tampa Bay 7:20 p.m. NFL Network Week 9 Nov. 4 at Seattle 3:05 p.m. Ch. 9 Week 10 Nov. 11 Detroit Noon Ch. 9 Week 11 Nov. 18 Bye Week 12 Nov. 25 at Chicago Noon Ch. 9 Week 13 Dec. 2 at Green Bay Noon Ch. 9 Week 14 Dec. 9 Chicago Noon Ch. 9 Week 15 Dec. 16 at St. Louis Noon Ch. 9 Week 16 Dec. 23 at Houston Noon Ch. 9 Week 17 Dec. 30 Green Bay Noon Ch. 9

Chart: A look ahead to next week to the Redskins

  • October 7, 2012 - 11:04 PM

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WASHINGTON (2-3)

The Redskins have lost eight in a row at home, and they will be led by a rookie quarterback -- either Robert Griffin III, who was injured Sunday, or Kirk Cousins.

REDSKINS WEEK 5

Atlanta 24, Washington 17

Griffin suffered a mild concussion and left the game in the third quarter, and Matt Ryan led the Falcons to three fourth-quarter scores as Atlanta remained unbeaten.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Robert Griffin III

The second overall pick in the draft has revitalized Washington's offense, but the rookie QB found out Sunday that running in the NFL is a risky business. He will be evaluated today.

OUTLOOK

The Vikings, near the end of a 3-13 season, won in Washington last Christmas Eve. If the Redskins are without Griffin, the Vikings defense could feast on Cousins. Outlook: Horns up.

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