Found October 03, 2011 on Pro Sports Blogging:
The Washington Redskins did what they had to do with a dominant running game and beat the Rams 17-10. The Redskins were extremely rough a few times with a couple hits on defenseless Ram players on the return, but luckily for them it was only 15 yards and no fines (yet).  They really should consider fair catch signals.  No excuses though for the way they hit.  The defense did get 6 sacks on Sam Bradford:  1 to Rookie Ryan Kerrigan, 1.5 to Stephen Bowen, 2.5 to Brian Orakpo and 1 to Adam Carriker.  It would have been 7 sacks if it wasn’t for a penalty.  The biggest help for the Redskins offense was the return of RB Ryan Torain who suffered a broken hand in training camp and chalked up 135 yards a 1 TD. The Rams recorded 9 penalties for 65 yards, but the Redskins had 10 for 95 yards. The Redskins score in the 1st quarter with a Grossman pass to Santana Moss to lead 7-0.  They score again in the 2nd quarter with a rushing TD by Ryan Torain.  The Rams did get within easy scoring opportun...
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