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Eagles 34, Redskins 10: Week 17 Section
Question of the Day
The Washington Redskins concluded their season with a 34-10 drubbing at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles. You wouldn’t know by the final score, but for three quarters, it was actually close, with Washington trailing 13-7. Rex Grossman finished with 256 yards passing and a touchdown, but his interception (the 20th of the season) stretched the Redskins’ streak of turnovers to 30 games. With the loss, Washington ends the year with a 5-11 record and will have the sixth pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Read about all of Sunday’s storylines — which includes Brian Orakpo’s injury, an overall lack of consistency and erratic kicking throughout the season — and more by viewing the PDF (click here) or reading the stories online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/sports/football/.
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