The Washington Redskins have improbably rallied to take the lead against the Seattle Seahawks. Facing a third and 19 from midfield, Rex Grossman lofted it up into the end zone, and Anthony Armstrong somehow came down with it for the touchdown to give the Redskins a 20-17 lead. The Redskins' extra-point attempt was blocked, which may end up being costly later in the game.
The Redskins were backed up to midfield after Grossman was called for intentional grounding on second down. But Armstrong came up with a huge play on the ensuing possession, outleaping the Seahawks' defender for the score. The play was the longest pass play for the season for Washington.
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