The New York Giants visit the Washington Redskins for NFL Sunday Night Football. The kickoff is at 8:30 p.m. ET. Links to the live radio broadcast and the live stream are provided below.
Washington (3-8) has struggled this season in quarterback Robert Griffin III's second year. The Redskins now sit at the bottom of the NFC East, a far fall from last year's division title. The defense has been porous, and Griffin hasn't looked like the dynamic signal caller who won the 2012 Rookie of the Year. Less than a year removed from his ACL injury, Griffin hasn't been the threat on the ground.
"We had a dual threat. Now that threat is not quite there as strong as it was a year ago," Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said, via ESPN. "But now we go to a different direction. We run play-action, we still run some of the zone-reads."
Although Shanahan hasn't conceded the season, he did acknowledge his team is playing for pride at this point.
"Everybody's got a lot of pride in the NFL regardless of what your record is," he said. "Everybody wants to win and I'm sure the Giants feel the same way."
New York, meanwhile, bounced back from a 0-6 start and now sits with a 4-7 record.
"I think that's something that we have to deal with a lot of times in this league," said Giants safety Antrel Rolle. "The pages have been turned. We're already looking forward to playing a game and getting the preparation in for this week."
The Giants' early struggles weren't helped by quarterback Eli Manning, who's thrown for 2,760 yards, 14 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. The offense, however, received a boost with the return to the lineup of running back Andre Brown.