Last night’s bitter 33-27 season opening loss to the Philadelphia Eagles was the classic tale of two halves. While the burgundy and gold controlled parts of the third quarter and majority of the fourth quarter, the valiant effort came up just short of miraculous.
Robert Griffin III really started to get in a grove in his first game since knee surgery late in the game, connecting with third-year wide receiver Leonard Hankerson for two fourth quarter touchdowns. On Hankerson’s part, he once again showed flashes of being that go-to-guy in clutch situations.
Anyway, here are some of the highlights from last night starting with DeAngelo Hall’s fourth career fumble return for a touchdown.
Alfred Morris’ five-yard touchdown run:
Perry Riley Jr. recovering a loose pigskin that eventually set up Hankerson’s first touchdown:
The aforementioned first passing touchdown of the season:
And finally, the third-year receiver’s second touchdown of the game:
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