LANDOVER — With Washington Football Team starting quarterback Alex Smith inactive, Taylor Heinicke made his first start this season in Washington’s home Wild Card Playoff matchup against the Tampa Bay … Read More
Despite a close first half, Washington dominated most of the contest, with Antonio Gibson scoring three rushing touchdowns en route to a 41-16 victory over the Cowboys to take sole possession of first place in the NFC East.
A costly penalty and a last-second field goal helped the Detroit Lions earn a 30-27 victory over the Washington Football Team.
Quarterback Alex Smith stepped in for an injured Kyle Allen and attempted to lead Washington to a comeback victory. Instead, two costly interceptions gave the Giants the 23-20 win and the season sweep.
Thanks to the quarterback play of Kyle Allen and the defense only surrendering 142 total yards, Washington earned a key 25-3 victory over their NFC rivals Sunday.