The Washington Redskins are in the end zone against the San Francisco 49ers. Sure, it happened late in the game with only 1:10 left, but it's still a touchdown. John Beck marched the Redskins on an 11-play, 72-yard drive that ended with a nine-yard touchdown pass from Beck to Jabar Gaffney. Leonard Hankerson caught the two-point conversion, cutting the 49ers' lead to 19-11.
The Redskins then went for the onside kick and Graham Gano kicke a good one, but Vernon Davis ended up catching it to seal the game. He illegally called for a fair catch, but all that resulted in was a five-yard penalty. The 49ers will soon kneel down and end the game.
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