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Robinson made one of several big plays by the offense.
This offense is clicking when it produces yards in big chunks. The big-play potential was back with a vengeance in Week 15.
Cousins completed two passes of over 50 yards. One was his 53-yard scoring strike to Garcon, while the other was a 62-yard heave to Robinson.
He also exceeded 20 yards on his first quarter touchdown pass to forgotten man Fred Davis.
On top of the fireworks through the air, Morris compiled some big gains of his own. A 37-yard burst was the highlight of his strong rushing effort.
These are the kind of big plays the Washington offense manufactured for fun in 2012. That knack for the spectacular has deserted them this season, but its return this week is evidence of a system working again.
Whenever the Redskins find big plays in any phase, it puts defenses in a bind. They can't over-commit to the run because of the threat off play action.
But they also leave themselves exposed whenever they present Morris with undermanned fronts.
Expect more points and more yards next week if the offense can match its latest big-play efforts.