Robert Griffin III went down with a sprained knee as the Redskins trailed the Ravens by eight points on their final drive, putting Kirk Cousins under center to keep their playoff hopes alive. All he did was connect with Pierre Garcon on an 11-yard touchdown, then run a quarterback draw for the two-point conversion to force overtime. Rookie Richard Crawford returned a punt for 64 yards, and Kai Forbath kicked a 34-yard field goal that gave Washington the 31-28 win.
Read all about Sunday's Week 14 win that improved the Redskins' record to 7-6 by viewing the PDF (click here) or reading the stories online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/sports/football/.
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