Found December 12, 2011 on Redskins Insider:
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Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said he likely would have gone for two points and the victory had his team scored on its final drive of the game. Trailing 34-27 when Josh Wilson intercepted Tom Brady in the end zone with 6:37 left on the clock, the Redskins marched 75 yards and threatened to score. Rex Grossman completed a five-yard touchdown pass to Santana Moss, but the score was wiped out when officials called Moss for offensive pass interference, backing up Washington 10 yards. The game ended two plays later when Moss tipped a Grossman pass to Jerod Mayo at the 7-yard line. Read full article >>
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