The man who sold more jerseys with his name on the back than any player in any year in NFL history will have his jersey plastered all over prime time TV in 2013.
Assuming his knee is healthy enough to let him play.
The Redskins have five — yes, five — prime time games in 2013.
It begins, as MDS pointed out, in Week One, with the Redskins hosting the Eagles on Monday Night Football. In Week Six, the ‘Skins emerge from a bye by traveling to Dallas for a Sunday night game.
In Week 10, the Redskins travel to Minnesota for a Thursday night game.
It’s back to Monday night in Week 12, with a visit from the 49ers. Six nights later, the Giants come to town for a Sunday nighter.
All but the last game is set in stone; in theory, the game against the Giants can be flexed out by the NFL and NBC.
The Redskins have two other games scheduled to begin at 4:25 p.m. ET — at Oakland in Week Four and at Denver in Week Eight.