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The Redskins bust out the burgundy on burgundy uniforms for their only primetime game of the season.
No doubt Redskins fans have plenty on antacid on hand.
Things get off to a shaky start when Grossman throws his first interception of the season and it's returned for a touchdown. Keiland Williams fumbles a catch, which leads to a Cowboys field goal. Penalties help the Redskins get into field goal range, making the score 10-3, but Felix Jones gashes the Redskins when Kareem Moore (who comes in to spell O.J Atogwe for one play) misses a touchdown saving tackle.
The Redskins won't be denied their third win, though. Grossman plays like a man possessed in the third quarter, completing 9-of-12 passes, including a 9 yard screen pass to Ryan Torain for a touchdown. O.J Atogwe shows why he should never be off the field when he picks off Tony Romo. The 'Skins capatilize on the turnover and score a touchdown on a bubble screen to the lightning fast Brandon Banks, who walks into the end zone untouched.
DeAngelo Hall records his first interception of the season as well and returns it all the way to the one yard line. Kyle Shanahan steals a page out of the Patriots playbook when he puts Brian Orakpo into the game. Grossman connects with Orakpo "Mike Vrabel style" to put the Redskins up a touchdown.
The Cowboys do not panic, however. They march down the field methodically, chewing up precious clock before scoring with 45 seconds, sending the game into overtime.
The Cowboys get the ball first, but sacks by Brian Orakpo and defensive end Cam Jordan (bold prediction) push them out of field goal range. The Cowboys try for the long field goal anyway, but it's blocked by tight end Logan Paulsen.
The Redskins and Cowboys trade blows, and Graham Gano misses a field goal to win the game. With time ticking down, Romo tries to take a big time shot down field, but is picked off...by Nnamdi Asomugha. (VERY bold.)
The Cowboys defense holds the Redskins deep in their own territory though. The 'Skins refuse to settle for a draw though and go for it on fourth down. Bob Ryan brings the house on a blitz, but somehow, Grossman manages to escape a sack and throw a bomb deep down field...to Malcolm Kelly.
Kelly records his first ever NFL touchdown in overtime to hep the Redskins win, putting a cap on another Redskins/Cowboys classic.
Redskins win 31-24 in OT.