After both teams failed to get on the board in the first quarter, the Washington Redskins and Indianapolis Colts combined for three touchdowns in the second quarter, with Washington leading 14-7 at the half.
Washington scored first, with an Alfred Morris two yard touchdown run capping an eight play, 66 yard drive. The Colts answered, with Andrew Luck tossing a 31-yard pass to T.Y. Hilton to tie the game 7-7. The Redskins took the 14-7 lead just before the half, on a nicely designed RGIII rollout toss to Santana Moss from four yards out.
The Redskins ground game, particularly rookie Alfred Morris, has been impressive in the first half. Morris has 12 carries for 77 yards and a touchdown, solidifying his spot on the roster. Tim Hightower chipped in an 18-yard run in the second quarter, his first carry since October 2011.
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