During Redskins games, are there rules in your house? No talking during the games? Is backtalking the TV allowed? Do guests have to contribute to the food or beer stash? And if you’re going to the game instead of watching it at home, what will it cost you?
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WASHINGTON – It’s finally game day at Fed Ex Field, and the Redskins are looking for the team’s first NFC East crown since 1999. The Redskins tee up against long- time rivals, the Dallas Cowboys for an 8:20 p.m. kickoff.
“Once the lights come on Sunday, it’s time to let whatever you have in you, out,” says Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss.
The team has won six straight games so far this season, including a Thanksgiving Day win against the Cowboys. In addition to clenching the division title, a seventh straight win with Sunday’s game would also mean a playoff berth for the Redskins.
“This is what you want. Everything is on the line, especially for me against my former team,” says Redskins defensive end Stephen Bowen.
“You have to play like you have nothing to lose,” added Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.
WTOP’s George Wallace contributed to this report. Follow @WTOPSports and @WTOP on Twitter.