The Redskins are still somehow in this game against the Green Bay Packers. As bad as Donovan McNabb has looked, he's made a couple big long throws to keep them alive. This time, he went up top to Anthony Armstrong for a 48-yard touchdown to cut the Packers' lead to 13-10. It's Armstrong's first touchdown catch of the season.
The drive was set up by another long punt return by Brandon Banks. After a 12-yard pass to Joey Galloway, McNabb went up top to Armstrong, who outleaped the Packers' defender to grab the touchdown. He had to slow down a bit, because the ball was underthrown, but it was still an outstanding catch.