NFL News: DeAngelo Hall's Historic Day Helps Redskins Beat Bears
DeAngelo Hall and the Redskins' defense has had plenty of problems stopping opponents this season.
Hall and the 'Skins have also had some problems catching the the ball.
That all changed Sunday against Jay Cutler and the Bears.
Hall tied an NFL record with four interceptions, including a 92-yard interception return for a touchdown, to help the Redskins record a 17-14 win in Chicago.
Meanwhile, the Bears committed a total of five turnovers and once again looked lost on offense.
Chicago ran the ball only 13 times in the game, and Mike Martz leaned heavily on Culter through the air.
The Redskins recorded three sacks against Cutler in the game, including one by Albert Haynesworth.
Haynesworth also forced a fumble on what appeared to be a touchdown dive by Cutler. The Redskins recovered the ball, and for some reason Bears' coach Lovie Smith opted not to challenge the play.
Washington wasn't great on offense, but did get 125 rushing yards from emerging back Ryan Torain.
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