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Jacoby Brissett’s comeback falls short; Washington Commanders lose to the Los Angeles Rams 28-20

Another loss

NFL: Washington Commanders at Los Angeles Rams Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

The Washington Commanders were down 13-0 going into the 2nd half, and they quickly let the Rams score on a busted play that saw Cooper Kupp wide open. Washington needed to put some points on the board, and they did that on their second drive of the half. Rookie RB Chris Rodriguez and WR Terry McLaurin moved the ball down the field. Sam Howell hit Curtis Samuel in the endzone for a 19 yard touchdown.

The Washington Commanders were down 28-14, and got back in the game after Jacoby Brissett came in and hit Terry McLaurin for a much-needed touchdown. Washington got the ball back and tried to repeat that magic on the next drive. Brissett connected with McLaurin for another big-time throw that was initially ruled a touchdown. McLaurin was down at the 1 yard line, and Washington eventually got it in after multiple tries to cross the goalline.

3rd Quarter

Tress Way cleared:

Wide open Cooper Kupp:

Devon Witherspoon drops another pick:

Tress Way is back:

Jamison Crowder punt return:

Sam Howell —-> Curtis Samuel TD:

Khaleke Hudson:

Terry McLaurin missed penalty:

4th Quarter

Rams touchdown:

Sam Howell intercepted:

Charles Leno injury:

Tyler Larsen injury:

Rams missed FG:

Jacoby Brissett replaces Sam Howell:

Jacoby Brissett —-> Terry McLaurin TD:

Jonathan Williams injury:

Daron Payne sack:

Jacoby Brissett —--> Terry McLaurin #2:

Failed QB sneak:

Logan Thomas OPI wipes out TD:

Terry McLaurin DPI:

Killing the clock:

Jacoby Brissett —-> Curtis Samuel TD:

Bad Cheeseman block leads to blocked XP:

Failed onside kick: