It was a beautiful sight. Something Redskins fans haven't seen yet all season. The victory formation!
For just the second time this season for the Redskins, the game didn't come down to the last play. Following first downs by Chris Cooley and Ryan Torain on their final possession, Donovan McNabb and the Redskins were able to kneel the ball down and kill the game.
The victory wasn't easy though. In a game consisting of a total of nine turnovers, including eight fumbles (three lost) and six interceptions, the Redskins were able to hold on.
It was DeAngelo Hall who made the difference. He tied an NFL record with four interceptions on the day, including one that was returned for a long touchdown. All four of Hall's interceptions came in the second half.
The Redskins now have a well-earned 4-3 record, and are tied with the Philadelphia Eagles, who lost to the Tennessee Titans today, atop the NFC East.