Found December 04, 2011 on Redskins Blog:
AP Image For much of the season, the Redskins defense has bailed out the offense, clinching wins and keeping games close.  For the last two weeks, the offense has returned the favor, piling up 183 total yards in the first half. After yielding a 17-play touchdown drive to the Jets to close out the first quarter, the offense took the momentum back and marched down the short field and set up a 33-yard chip shot for kicker Graham Gano. The defense cordially returned their kindness, by forcing a three-and-out.  On the following drive, London Fletcher chased Jets speedster Santonio Holmes down from behind after a swing pass out of the backfield.  That Jets drive stalled and ended in a long field goal to tie it up. Such intra-team harmony. The top play on offense right now is tight end Fred Davis, who is playing absolutely lights-out football with four receptions for 82 yards.  As of now, he’s on pace for a season-high (105 yards, Week 1) and career-high in yardage.  His 82 yards at the ha...
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