The Washington Redskins were looking at a ballgame against the St. Louis Rams. The Rams had driven the ball inside the Redskins' 30-yard line and looked ready to score. Instead, the Redskins forced a turnover, and running back Ryan Torain reintroduced himself to the world with a 20-yard touchdown run to give Washington a 14-0 lead.
The Rams had a third and 7 at the Redskins' 29-yard line before a 15-yard penalty brought it back. On that play, Brian Orakpo pressured Sam Bradford, Ryan Kerrigan forced a fumble and Barry Cofield recovered near midfield. Three plays later, Torain bounced it outside and zoomed into the end zone from 20 yards out for the touchdown.
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