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Top Plays Of 2013: Part One

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on February 17, 2014 – 2:03 pm



Even throughout a losing season, certain moments made you stand up and shout. Special plays etch themselves into our memories, where they lie dormant until a trigger brings them to the surface. Redskins TV has produced a series looking back at the top plays of 2013. Which will you remember?

Part one features:

-DeAngelo Hall’s stellar fumble return on a botched backwards pass against Philadelphia.

-Tight end Jordan Reed’s first career touchdown against Green Bay.

-Ryan Kerrigan tormenting Aaron Rodgers.

-David Amerson making his first career interception count at Oakland.

-A pair of plays Roy Helu Jr. used to ruin the Raiders.

-Alfred Morris leaving the Cowboys in his wake.


What play sticks out in your memory?

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2 Responses to “Top Plays Of 2013: Part One”

  1. By aprilwalker2013 on Feb 17, 2014 | Reply

    Can’t pick a play but the game I remember most is Denver…the Redskins D was on fire the first half! They were all over Payton! He threw an int and got flagged on the run back for smthg like holding!! Knew we were gonna win! The O on the other hand, couldn’t get a first down much less any points, kept D on the field entire game. But many first half plays of that game stand out to me as..oh, what could’ve been!! HTTR

  2. By skinsjoe on Feb 18, 2014 | Reply

    Defensive stand at the end of the Chargers game to win it.

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