Found December 18, 2011 on
End of the first half. Redskins 17, Giants 3
The Redskins completed the last drive they started in the 1st quarter by scoring a touchdown when Grossman found Moss in the endzone. That made the score 10-0 Redskins. The Redskins then created a turnover when Manning’s pass was deflected by London Fletcher and picked off by Atgowe who made a great play on the ball. The play was challenged by the Giants but it was indeed an interception.
On the drive, the Redskins face a 3rd and 14 and Rex hits Gaffney who makes a great move to get the first down. Redskins get the ball at the 6 yard line. Rex hands off to FB Darrell Young who plowed straight ahead for a touchdown. Redskins 17-0.
The Redskins also converted on 3rd and 11 and a 15 yard personal foul penalty was tacked on because of a helmet-to-helmet hit on Grossman by Jason Pierre-Paul.
The Redskins had the ball with 2 minutes remaining in the half but were unable to convert on a 4th and short. Rex went for the deep throw but the ...
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