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Redskins Bounce Back, Morris Ties it at 7-7

After a controversial touchdown for the Cowboys, the Redskins have immediately struck back. An eight-play, 68-yard drive took up about four-and-a-half minutes before a 17-yard run by Alfred Morris tied it at seven. With about three minutes left, the game is 7-7, with the Cowboys receiving.

Other than an eight-yard pass from Robert Griffin III to Logan Paulsen, the Redskins gained all of their yardage on the drive in the running game. Morris had 45 yards, Griffin had nine, and Evan Royster had six.