The Washington Redskins played their most complete game of football on Sunday and stormed back from a 14-0 hole to score 24 unanswered points for the victory.
It only seems fitting that the team got a victory after playing their best football of the season. They won the turnover battle, kept laundry inside the zebras’ pockets and the much-scrutinized defense held the Raider to under 300 total yards.
Anyway, let’s start this week’s highlight post with David Amerson’s first interception and pick-six of his career.
While maybe not having the track background of his quarterback, Roy Helu Jr. defied gravity on this reception and made his opponent a human hurdle.
…which set up this touchdown on the very next play:
When healthy last season it was evident that Robert Griffin III and Pierre Garcon had an uncanny rapport and knew each other’s timing down to a tee. That connection has only gotten better this season. Four games in and Garcon has 339 yards and two touchdowns. His second right here:
And if you couldn’t get enough and have that one Raider coworker who is trying to hide this morning but couldn’t wash off his face paint because he just might have gotten the stuff that sticks, well here’s complete highlights:
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