The Washington Redskins got a huge touchdown to extend the game against the Arizona Cardinals. Unfortunately for them, they didn't tie it. On fourth and three, Rex Grossman found Santana Moss for an 18-yard touchdown pass, a gutsy call that worked out. However, the Redskins failed on the two-point conversion, so they still trail, 21-19, with 5:17 remaining.
The Redskins ran the ball on third down and came up short on what seemed like a curious play call. They elected to go for it on fourth and three, which was also an interesting decision. Grossman had players open underneath, but went for the end zone instead and completed the corner route to Moss for the touchdown
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