As it turned out, the Rex Grossman interception in the red zone proved to be costly for the Washington Redskins. The Miami Dolphins easily moved the ball up the field and eventually cashed in when Reggie Bush ran outside for an 18-yard touchdown. Miami now leads, 20-9, with 6:07 to go in the fourth quarter.
The drive actually featured a lot of passing, with Brandon Marshall catching two first-down balls and tight end Anthony Fasano making a one-handed catch for 21 yards to get into Redskins territory. On the touchdown, Bush took a sweep, bounced it to the right side and broke several tackles to get into the end zone. It's his second touchdown of the game and it may end up deciding the outcome.
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