The Washington Redskins are on the board against the Dallas Cowboys. Washington was gifted a short field and cashed in with a touchdown when Rex Grossman snuck it in from four yards out. The Cowboys still lead, 10-7. This was only the Redskins' second touchdown in the last three and a half games.
The Redskins got the ball on the Cowboys' 31-yard line after a shanked punt. On third down from the 29-yard line, Grossman lobbed a pass to David Anderson down to the seven-yard line. Three plays later, Grossman stepped back in the shotgun, found a lane and dove into the end zone for the score. It wasn't pretty, but the Redskins will take it considering their offense's recent woes.
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