The Washington Football Team needs a win on Sunday night to clinch the NFC East title and they'll have their full arsenal of offensive weapons available. While Alex Smith is set to return under center, he'll have Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson back in the offense as well, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Smith has been dealing with a calf injury that has caused him to miss Washington's past two games. However, the veteran quarterback had made enough progress for Ron Rivera to feel comfortable starting him against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football.

Besides Smith, McLaurin and Gibson have also been recovering from injuries in recent weeks. McLaurin missed last week's contest versus the Carolina Panthers due to a high-ankle sprain. High-ankle sprains usually take a few weeks to fully recover from, which means that McLaurin may be limited a bit in his return to the field.

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Still, the presence of McLaurin will be welcomed for a Washington offense that doesn't have much firepower when he's off of the field. Even if he's limited in any fashion, he could draw the attention of the defense away from the other weapons in the offense.

On the other hand, Gibson has an ailing toe injury that he sustained in Week 13 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The rookie rusher did play last week, rushing for 61 yards on 10 attempts versus the Panthers.

The NFC East title remains unclaimed and Washington can secure the division with a win over their rivals in the Eagles on Sunday night. With that being said, Washington is poised to have their trio of Smith, Gibson, and McLaurin back in the offense for the first time since Week 13.