The Washington Redskins needed a good response after Tennessee chewed up the clock to take a 13-10 lead. They got it with a solid drive of their own. The Redskins embarked on a 10-play, 54-yard drive that was eventually culminated in a 40-yard field goal by Graham Gano. The score is now tied at 13.
The drive was punctuated by a key catch by Santana Moss and a big third-down catch by Anthony Armstrong. However, the drive stalled in the red zone. Keiland Williams slipped on a first-down run, and Donovan McNabb's pass to Joey Galloway on second down was batted away. On third down, Chris Cooley dropped a pass, forcing the Redskins to settle for the field goal.
The Redskins' offensive line continues to do an outstanding job of protecting McNabb, which is a big surprise considering the injuries to Artis Hicks, Casey Rabach and Derrick Dockery.