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Did the end of Sunday's game cost you a few fingernails, Washington Redskins fans? Did you find yourself wondering: Is any lead safe anymore in the NFL - even a 17-point, fourth-quarter edge against the winless St. Louis Rams, who, at times, have trouble getting the ball snapped?
After missing the playoffs the past two years with late-season collapses, losing key players to free agency and then being hit a number of injuries before the start of the season, there weren't a lot of people expecting much from the New York Giants.
Sixty minutes can be an awfully long time in football. As the quarters pass, you can think you're watching one kind of game, only to discover, as events unfold, that you're watching another.
In Week 4, Ryan Torain surprised for 137 yards and a touchdown, but the Washington Redskins' success against the St. Louis Rams stemmed from their defense, which sacked QB Sam Bradford seven times. You can read about all the great storylines — and the dicey fourth quarter— by checking out the PDF of the special four-page section.
Ryan Torain finally heard the words he had been longing for all season long.
The Washington Redskins were overjoyed as they filed through the basement of the Edward Jones Dome to their team bus. Not only did they escape with a 17-10 victory over the St. Louis Rams, their upcoming bye week gives them an extra week to savor it.
Maybe Washington Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman simply likes the dramatic.
There was no uneasiness or frustration inside the Washington Redskins' defensive huddle in the fourth quarter Sunday when that group was called upon to clean up the offense's mess and save the day. The surging St. Louis Rams were only 19 yards from eviscerating Washington's 17-point lead. Suddenly, a Redskins victory that had seemed certain minutes earlier was in extreme danger.
Currently on the Carriker family's digital video recorder is the three-hour telecast of the Washington Redskins' Aug. 18 preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts. Adam Carriker did not play in that forgettable exhibition because of severe blisters on his heels, but his wife, Angie, recorded it anyway, as she always does.