Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett has one overarching philosophy: bend, but don't break. He doesn't mind as much if he teams give up a lot of yards, as long as they're able to force turnovers. Thus far this season, the Redskins have fulfilled Haslett's philosophy to a T.
And they're fulfilling Haslett's philosophy tonight as well. The Colts have 294 total yards at halftime, which is a lot. The only problem is that the Redskins haven't actually gotten the turnovers. They've had their chances -- three, in fact -- but they haven't converted. (Well, until this).
Want to relive those three drops? Thanks to Mike Tunison of SBNation.com, you can. Here's video of the dropped interceptions by Carlos Rogers and Kareem Moore below the jump.