The Philadelphia Eagles enter Week 3 in first place in the NFC East at 2-0, while the rival Washington Redskins are 1-1. The Eagles beat the Colts, 30-27, on Monday Night Football in Week 2. Washington beat the Jaguars, 41-10, last week, after losing quarterback Robert Griffin III in the first quarter.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1 p.m.
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: FOX
The Eagles swept Washington in the season series last year.
Overall, Philadelphia trails 72-81-5 all-time in the series.
The Eagles trailed the Colts 20-6 in the third quarter last week but outscored the Colts 24-7 from that point on.
Rookie Cody Parkey kicked a game-winning 36-yard field goal as time expired.
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has already thrown as many interceptions (two) as he did all of last season.
LeSean McCoy is seventh in the NFL with 153 rushing yards.
Eagles running back Darren Sproles is fourth in the NFL in receiving yards with 166. Six running backs rank in the top 20.
The Eagles lead the NFL in scoring with 32 points per game.
Sunday's game is Philadelphia's first NFC East matchup. The Eagles' next division game is Week 6 against the Giants.
The Eagles were 4-2 in the division last year.
The Philadelphia-Washington rivalry began 80 years ago, in 1934, when the Washington franchise was still based in Boston.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III will miss significant time with a dislocated ankle, but will not be placed on season-ending injured reserve.
Kirk Cousins will make his fifth career start in place of Griffin.
Cousins is 1-3 in his previous four starts.
Cousins completed 22 of 33 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns after replacing Griffin in Week 2 against the Jagaurs.
Head coach Jay Gruden didn't rule out playing Cousins over a healthy Griffin in the future.
Sunday's game is Washington's first NFC East game of the season. Washington plays the Giants in Week 4.
Washington was 0-3 in divisional road games last season.
Washington has allowed 13.5 points per game so far this season, fourth-best in the NFL.