The Washington Redskins won for the first time at home since Sept. 18, 2011, snapping their eight-game skid at FedEx Field. Robert Griffin III was the difference against the Minnesota Vikings, his electric 76-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter sealing the 38-26 win. In all, RG3 ran for two scores and threw for another, tallying 138 yards on the ground and 182 more in the air.
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