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Baltimore Ravens at Washington Redskins

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Griffin Hurt, Newcomers Provide Late Comeback Win

Kirk Cousins, Richard Crawford, and Kai Forbath all proved to be unlikely heroes in the Redskins' victory.


Cousins Throws TD, Runs in Conversion to Tie

With under two minutes to play and trailing 28-20 against the Ravens, Robert Griffin III took a hard hit from Haloti Ngata. He took a play off, continued and even completed a big pass, but had to be taken out in favor of Kirk Cousins. Cousins, coming off the bench cold, made a great pump fake before finding Pierre Garcon in the end zone for an eleven-yard score. Needing a two-point conversion to tie it up, Cousins took the quarterback draw up the middle for an emphatic score, tying the game at 28. The Ravens have under 30 seconds to respond before we go to overtime.


Rice Gives Ravens 28-20 Lead

Just as the Redskins were beginning to make the game closer, Baltimore has widened the gap. Joe Flacco gradually led Baltimore down the field before he found Anquan Boldin short on the left side. Boldin ran easily down the sideline, as DeAngelo Hall seemingly hung on to him for about ten yards, getting to the seven after a 28-yard gain. On the next play, Ray Rice ran seven yards for a touchdown.

On the ensuing kick-off, Niles Paul was on the receiving end of a huge hit, and David Reed seemed to recover the fumble. The play was overturned under review, giving Washington the ball. Robert Griffin III and co. have about four and a half minutes to try and tie this one up.


Redskins Trail 21-20 After Two Forbath Field Goals

A fumble and an interception for the Ravens resulted in two Washington scores, both long field goals from Kai Forbath. After hitting a 48-yarder and 49-yarder, the Redskins now trail 21-20. Both turnovers were surrendered by Joe Flacco, who was sacked by Rob Jackson. Jackson also forced the fumble and recover. On the Ravens next drive, a Flacco pass was tipped into the hands of London Fletcher.


Ravens Take Lead After Morris Fumble

Alfred Morris fumbled for the second time in two weeks, and after the Ravens recovered they took no time in securing the lead. On third-and-ten from the 14, Joe Flacco found Dennis Pitta in the end zone for a touchdown, making it 21-14 Ravens. Ex-Redskin Ma'ake Kemoeatu forced Morris's fumble.


Second Boldin TD Ties Game at 14

After a frantic start to the game with three touchdowns on three possessions, the teams traded punts before another Baltimore touchdown. After a nine play, 77-yard drive that included a 21-yard pass to Torrey Smith, Anquan Boldin beat DeAngelo Hall in a cover one, catching a 31-yard touchdown from Joe Flacco. It is Boldin's second touchdown reception of the game, and it is tied 14-14.


Redskins Take Lead Back on Morris TD Run

Three drives, three touchdowns. That's what has occurred so far in the Battle of the Beltway, and the Redskins have taken a 14-7 lead. The four key plays of the drive:

  • Robert Griffin III found Santana Moss on the left side for a 31-yard gain.
  • Griffin completed a 29-yard pass to Leonard Hankerson over the middle.
  • Griffin completed a pass to Josh Morgan, who appeared to be held up by four defenders near the five before powering forward for four extra yards.
  • On the next play, Alfred Morris dove through the pile for a score.

Ravens Tie It Up As Rice Runs Free

The Ravens used three great runs by Ray Rice to set up a touchdown from Joe Flacco to Anquan Boldin, tying the game at 7-7. After the Redskins scored on the previous drive, Rice opened up the game for the Ravens with a five-yard run. On the next play, he broke one for 46, and if Torrey Smith had made a better block on the outside the game would have been tied right then. Then he rushed for 12 more before being rested for Bernard Pierce, who lost a yard. On the next play, Flacco went deep to Boldin, finding him in the end zone from 19 yards out to tie the game.

The catch brought Boldin to over 10,000 career receiving yards.


Redskins Take 7-0 Lead on Griffin-Morgan Touchdown

The Battle of the Beltway has kicked off at FedEx, and the Redskins have taken an early 7-0 lead over the visiting Ravens. After a touchback to open it up, Alfred Morris ran 29 yards up the middle, and two plays later Robert Griffin III found Pierre Garcon on the left side for 14 yards. Evan Royster and Morris ran three times for a combined 14 yards, and Griffin connected with Garcon for another 23, bringing the Redskins near the goal line. Three plays later, Griffin scrambled a little, extended the play and found Josh Morgan in the end zone for a four yard score.

It was a very impressive opening drive for the Redskins, who are looking to do whatever they can to stay in the playoff hunt.

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