Sunday’s win was a milestone for the 2011 Redskins. Not only did it snap a losing streak, it also marked the first complete team win of the season. Nearly all facets of the team contributed positively—offense, defense, running game and passing game. Only the kick protection and offensive line stood out as weak spots. Although Rex Grossman was sacked only once, he was victimized by nine hits. The line allowed four tackles for losses and managed only a 32 percent run Success Rate, well below the league average of 42 percent. Fortunately the running backs were able to make the most of their opportunities in open space, including Roy Helu’s 28-yard touchdown run.
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