After Washington Redskins running back Roy Helu Jr. scampered into the end zone Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, he had unfinished business.
Shortly after he was able to retrieve the scoring football, he jogged over to the sideline stands to give a memorable souvenir to the youngest Redskins fan in attendance. Luckily, no opposing Colts fans tried to swipe the ball away from the little guy.
Here’s more on the young fan.
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The catalyst play of yesterday’s win was Ryan Kerrigan’s second-half interception return for a touchdown.
The second half had just begun, and the Redskins had not led in the game. The Giants received the second-half kickoff and were pinned back at their own 18-yard line.
On third-and-17, the Giants lined up in the shotgun and called for a quick pass to Hakeem Nicks, who was split out wide to the right. Head coach Mike Shanahan revealed after the game that he called for an “all-out blitz” on the play, with Kerrigan coming around the right side.
This was the result:
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How does one race 95 yards down the field on a punt return, without being touched? One part blinding speed, 11 parts really good blocking.
Certainly everything went right on this return, and everyone managed to take care of their blocks without earning a penalty. But there were three blocks that helped to eliminate the opportunity for a Bucs player to make a ‘saving tackle.’ Read more »
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