Redskins will be Bronc’in around the Christmas tree after dominating Denver on Christmas Eve

Brock Osweiler is tackled by linebacker Junior Galette. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

LANDOVER, Md. – The Redskins defense continues to deliver late-December dominance. One week after preventing Arizona from entering the end zone, a first for Washington since November 2012, the burgundy and gold again smother an opposing offense.

In a Redskins victory vs. Denver Sunday, the ‘Skins surrender only 11 points, sack Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler four times and force three turnovers.

Jamison Crowder catches a second quarter touchdown pass. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

On the offensive side of the ball, quarterback Kirk Cousins – playing perhaps his final home game as he completes yet another one-year contract, throws three touchdown passes in the win.

With the victory, Washington wins its second straight game and improves to 7-and-8 on the season. If the Redskins win their season finale next Sunday at the Giants – Washington will avoid its first losing season since 2014.

The Redskins have not enjoyed three straight non-losing seasons since 1999-2001.