The Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens needed overtime to decide the outcome of their critical Week 14 matchup, and the Redskins ended up winning at home by a score of 31-28.
Robert Griffin III played well against the Ravens veteran defense, passing for 246 yards with one touchdown, but he was forced to leave the game late in the fourth quarter while his team was knocking on the door for a chance to tie the game after getting hurt earlier in the drive.
He was seen on the sidelines walking under his own power with a knee brace, so his injury doesn't seem to be serious (h/t CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora).
Fellow rookie Kirk Cousins stepped right in and made two key plays to tie the game—an 11-yard touchdown pass to Pierre Garcon and a two-yard rush for the two-point conversion.
Alfred Morris' hot play continued in this game, as the rookie running back tallied 122 yards and one touchdown on 23 carries, though he did lose a fumble in the first half.
Joe Flacco put up huge numbers in the first half, passing for three touchdowns before halftime. But the second half was a different story for the Ravens signal-caller, as he threw a key interception to veteran linebacker London Fletcher down in the red zone.
Ray Rice had a huge game for the Ravens, rushing for 121 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries in defeat.
The Redskins improved to 7-6 on the season and will travel to face the Cleveland Browns in Week 15, while the Ravens fell to 9-4 and will host the Denver Broncos next Sunday.