In Week 14, the Washington Redskins showed they could keep up with a high-flying New England Patriots offense. Rex Grossman and Roy Helu continued their strong play of late, while the offense sprinkled in some trickery with a Brandon Banks TD throw. Trailing by a touchdown on a third-and-goal in the closing seconds, however, Grossman's short pass slipped through Santana Moss' hands — after Moss was flagged for pass interference on a TD reception two plays earlier — and was intercepted. The Redskins fell 34-27, losing for the eighth time in their last nine games.
Read about all of Sunday's storylines — which includes a pregame injury to RT Jammal Brown that cost him the game, a record-setting day for Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski and a Redskins' bunch that played with emotion — and more by viewing the PDF (click here) or reading the stories online at www.washingtontimes.com/sports/football.
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