Found November 07, 2013 on DC Pro Sports Report:
DISCUSS THE GAME WITH US IN OUR REDDIT We will update this post throughout the game with quarter by quarter live rolling summary. The Washington Redskins face the Minnesota Vikings in Minnesota on Thursday night football. 1st Quarter: REDSKINS 3 Vikings 0 Redskins smartly open the game kicking away from rookie Cordarelle Patterson. Washington gets a big interception on a deep pass, picked off by Brandon Meriweather. Redskins drive into Minnesota territory with a mix of passing and Alfred Morris. With a flag down inside the 20 yard line, the Redskins draw a pass interference and get a first and goal on the one yard line. Despite a first and goal on the one, Redskins have to settle for three.
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