There was the fumble by Robert Griffin III that turned into a Washington Redskins touchdown. There was the fumble by teammate Alfred Morris that led to a melee of leg-pulling followed by a kick to the midsection and something dangerously close to a stomp.
The quartet of flawed teams that make up the NFC East sure do make things interesting.
The division title that seemingly belonged to the New York Giants is up for grabs after their 17-16 loss Monday night to the Redskins, who are back in the running thanks to a rookie quarterback and a three-game winning streak.
''We had an opportunity here today,'' New York coach Tom Coughlin said. ''But now there's one team with seven and two teams with six wins. There's four games to go.''
That about sums it up.
Now that the Giants (7-5) have lost three of four, the Redskins (6-6) and Cowboys (6-6) are squarely in the hunt despite mediocre records. Washington has dispatched each of its division rivals - Philadelphia, Dallas and now New York...