Griffin Tosses Four Touchdowns, Redskins Extend Eagles Skid to Six Games

Matthew Brown@mlb923Correspondent INovember 18, 2012

It may not have been the prettiest victory, but the Washington Redskins got four touchdown passes from Robert Griffin III, and ended their three-game skid against the division rival Philadelphia Eagles.

The 'Skins defense managed to rattle rookie Nick Foles early, forcing interceptions on back-to-back drives, and avoided giving up the big play that has ruined their season thus far.

Washington moves to 4-6 heading into the Thanksgiving Day matchip against the Dallas Cowboys, while the Eagles fall to 3-7 and extend their losing streak to six, the longest of Andy Reid's tenure.

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