The Washington Redskins have tied the score of their game against the New York Giants at 7 with an impressive drive that carried over between the first and second quarters. It ended with running back Tim Hightower scoring from two yards out for his first touchdown as a Redskin.
The drive was 11 plays for 66 yards in total, and it featured several big plays. First, Santana Moss caught a pass to pick up a first down on fourth and five from the Giants' 37-yard line. Then, Grossman found Anthony Armstrong for a diving catch that brought the ball down to the two-yard line. Hightower scored on the very next play.
The Redskins have been able to move the ball, even though the Giants have sent a lot of pressure at Grossman. Can they still do that as this pressure continues?