In Week 12, the Washington Redskins were staring their seventh straight defeat right in the face: At 12:45 of the fourth quarter, they trailed the Seattle Seahawks 17-7. But, Washington scored 16 unanswered points — starting with a 28-yard run for a touchdown by Roy Helu. Less than four minutes later, Rex Grossman threw a 50-yard pass to Anthony Armstrong on third-and-19 for what amounted to the game-winning TD, and ultimately the Redskins‘ first win since Oct. 2.
Read about all of Sunday’s storylines — which includes Santana Moss’ return, an all-out blitz package working to perfection in the fourth quarter, and the emerging Helu — and more by viewing the PDF (click here) or reading the stories online at www.washingtontimes.com/sports/football.
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