In what was one of the strangest games I've seen in a while, it's only fitting that the play that changed everything for the Redskins was a long touchdown catch by a player whose previous NFL experience was on a bunch of different practice squads. Yes, it was Anthony Armstrong's 48-yard touchdown catch early in the fourth quarter that got the Redskins to within 13-10 against the Packers, re-energized the team and the crowd.
Here's video of Armstrong's awesome catch.
But as great as the catch was, it wasn't nearly as entertaining as Armstrong's touchdown celebration. You can decide for yourself whether the celebration was entertaining because it was good or entertaining because it was bad.