Found December 17, 2011 on In Reese We Trust:
Washington Redskins (4-9) at New York Giants (7-6), Sundayat 1pm in the MeadowlandsBy Ben Kelly - 12/17/11What happened last week?The Redskins nearly knocked of the Patriots in Washingtonlast week before a last-second interception swung through the hands of receiverSantana Moss and into Jerod Mayo’s open arms, halting the comeback. The ‘Skins losttwo three-point leads in the second quarter before a scoreless fourth left thescore a 34-27 final. Washington scoredon five consecutive possessions after giving up a defensive touchdown to openthe game, but Rex Grossman couldn’t rally his offense down the stretch, leavinghis last three possessions empty with two punts and the last-secondinterception. Turnovers on the first and final Redskins drives stifledtheir best offensive performance of the year, in a game plan that featured a49-yard trick play passing touchdown from wide receiver Brandon Banks. Washington rallying the troops for another aerial assaultThe Redskins car...

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Also, Michael Boley defers comment on child abuse allegations

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First place is a distant memory.

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