The Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins are set to play their fourth game in eight days.
The first game was on Sept. 29 and the last game was at FedEx Field on Oct. 15.
This is the first time in nearly 20 years that both teams have played in the same stadium.
Both teams are looking to make a statement against the New York Jets in the preseason.
The Steelers and Redskins are coming off their first 10-win seasons in franchise history.
The Redskins had a 17-4 record in 2015.
They are looking for their first winning season since 2009.
Washington has a better record in the second half of the season than the Steelers did last year.
They lost their final eight games and were 8-6 in the fourth quarter.
The Washington Redskins vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers, Oct. 8, 2020, at FedEx Stadium.
There have been rumors of a possible rivalry between the Steelers and Steelers since 2011.
That rivalry is likely to continue because of the number of Steelers players in the NFL.
In 2017, the Steelers signed former New York Giants linebacker Ben Roethlisberger.
He had been on the roster since 2017 and had two seasons left on his deal.
The Redskins signed running back Ezekiel Elliott to a five-year deal with $45 million guaranteed.
The team had to restructure the contract of quarterback Kirk Cousins because of an injury and he also has two years left on the deal.
The Washington Redskins have the second-best rushing offense in the league, behind only the New England Patriots.
Washington is No. 1 in rushing offense and is No 1 in scoring offense.
This game will be played at a neutral site, so it will be televised by ESPN.
The game is slated for 8 p.m. EST.