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GIF: DeAngelo Hall’s Second Interception

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 27, 2013 – 7:30 pm

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One of the few bright spots from a rough fourth quarter was cornerback DeAngelo Hall’s second interception of the game.

Check out the pick below:

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Fourth Quarter Conclusions: #WASvsDEN

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 27, 2013 – 6:48 pm

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For three quarters Sunday, the Redskins were ready to shock the nation.

The fourth quarter began, the Broncos scored on the first possible play and piled it on from there. Denver scored 31 points in the final period alone.

The Redskins tested the Broncos, at one point leading by 14 and showing they can play with the best teams in the league, but Denver’s answer and emphatic finish shows why the Broncos are a popular Super Bowl pick.

Quarter high: Not much to pick from. DeAngelo Hall’s interception over Demaryius Thomas was a nice individual statement.

Quarter low: Watching Terrance Knighton drive Robert Griffin III to the turf as the quarterback threw his second interception. Griffin III was knocked out of the game at that point.

More thoughts and a look at the fourth quarter play-by-play is below.

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GIF: DeAngelo Hall Meets End Zone Again

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 27, 2013 – 6:15 pm

DeAngelo Hall

Phew and I thought keeping up with the offense when they go into turbo mode was hard.

Literally just seconds after publishing this post of GIFs featuring Ryan Kerrigan’s strip fumble and Alfred Morris’ touchdown run I look up and DeAngelo Hall is off to the house.

Check out his interception returned for a touchdown over and over again below:

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GIF: Kerrigan’s Strip, Morris’ TD

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 27, 2013 – 6:10 pm

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An owner of a car that’s now 21 years old, Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris always provides a smooth ride for Redskins faithful.

After Ryan Kerrigan stripped Peyton Manning and Brian Orakpo recovered the loose pigskin with the quarterback dangling on his back, the Redskins gave it to Morris on three straight plays.

The third resulted in a touchdown.

GIFs of both plays below:

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Third Quarter Thoughts: #WASvsDEN

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 27, 2013 – 5:54 pm

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No starting safeties, no problem. After allowing an opening drive touchdown, the Redskins’ defense shut down the vaunted Broncos’ offense on its only substantial drive of the second quarter.

Most importantly, the running game was working, the Redskins picked up third downs and the offense dominated time of possession in the quarter. Washington simply kept Denver off the field.

Driving into Broncos territory as the quarter neared to an end, the Redskins caught a break when Denver trotted out 12 men to defend a field goal attempt. The ensuing penalty gave Washington a new set of downs, and the Robert Griffin III capitalized with a 7-yard touchdown pass to Leonard Hankerson. The game was tied at 7 going into halftime.

Quarter High: Alfred Morris’ 27-yard sprint behind the left side of the offensive line.

Quarter Low: Honestly not much to choose from here. Let’s say Knowshon Moreno running 4 yards to convert a third down.

Below you’ll find a running summary of the third quarter.

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GIF: It’s Hank Time In Denver

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 27, 2013 – 5:51 pm

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What a way to end the first half. After stagnant performances on the first few drives, the offense had, perhaps, it’s best drive of the season.

Starting on their own five-yard line, they milked the clock on a 16 play, 7:03 drive that was assisted by a Broncos penalty on kicker Kai Forbath’s field goal attempt. We love you Kai, but we’d rather see this Leonard Hankerson touchdown (his career-tying third touchdown of 2013):

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Papa John’s Redskins Touchdown Special

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 27, 2013 – 5:43 pm

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It’s Redskins Day at Papa John’s.

A day after every Redskins game, fans can order a large cheese pizza for only $9.99, plus for each touchdown the Redskins score, fans get one free topping.

Papa Johns logoAnd with a Redskins victory, fans get double the toppings.

That seven-yard Leonard Hankerson touchdown catch gets you one free topping — hopefully it isn’t the last!

Who’s hungry?


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VIDEO: Mike Shanahan’s Denver Return

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 27, 2013 – 5:34 pm

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In 1995, the Denver Broncos took a flyer on San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Mike Shanahan to be their eleventh head coach since being founded in 1960.

The franchise had sustained success under Red Miller and Dan Reeves in the 70’s and 80’s, but failed to bring home anything more than playoff disappointment at season’s end.

Shanahan was the perfect remedy for the continuous woes. Knowing how to handle a superstar quarterback, a talented wide receiver corps that had yet to get its best plucked out and a zone-blocking scheme that’s still stumping defenses to this day, Shanahan led the Broncos to two Super Bowl titles and 138 victories in 14 seasons.

Sunday marked his first appearance in Denver since his departure. Here is a video done by NFL Network looking back on his legacy in the Mile High City:

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Second Quarter Summary: #WASvsDEN

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 27, 2013 – 5:12 pm

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It’s not good for Washington when Sav Rocca is the player of the game after the first quarter. On a positive note, Alfred Morris looks to be feeling good, running for 28 yards on five carries.

Washington’s defense allowed an opening drive touchdown, but has bowed up since then, forcing two punts.

Rocca’s second punt of the day rolled near the end zone before Jerome Murphy wrangled it at the 1-yard line for a nice special teams highlight.

The Redskins started about as poor as possible. On the opening drive, Griffin III was forced into running twice, but couldn’t grab a first down. The Broncos marched down the field with almost no resistance, ending their first drive with a touchdown by Wes Welker.

Quarter high: Rob Jackson sacking Peyton Manning to force Denver to punt.

Quarter low: Wes Welker scoring an opening drive touchdown.

Below you’ll find a running account of the second quarter.

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Pierre Garcon’s Highlight Reel Catch

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 27, 2013 – 5:03 pm

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Hey remember that time that Pierre Garcon, Peyton Manning and the Redskins were all on the field at the same time?

And remember when he made a stunning one-handed catch that made your jaw drop and rethink the definition of ‘sick catch’?

Well No. 88 just one-upped himself with a stunning catch you just have to see about 15 more times to believe in the first quarter.

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