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Redskins Vs. Bills: Washington Looks To Stop Bleeding North Of Border

The Redskins will face the surprising Bills in Toronto on Sunday as they look to get back on track after recent struggles.

The Washington Redskins' 2011 season is going south, and resurrecting it may prove to be a tough test in Week 8. The Redskins will take on the surprising Buffalo Bills at 4:05 p.m. on Sunday from the Rogers Centre in Toronto. The game will be broadcasted on FOX.

The Redskins have lost three of their last four games after a 2-0 start and now face significant injuries on offense. Starting running back Tim Hightower, starting wide receiver Santana Moss, starting tight end Chris Cooley and starting left guard Kory Lichtensteiger are out. Left tackle Trent Williams probably won't play either.

The Bills' strength is their offense, led by running back Fred Jackson and wide receivers Stevie Johnson and David Nelson. The Redskins' defense struggled against Cam Newton, and must now slow quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.

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