By Troy Jefferson
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The Washington Redskins once again tried to break their home losing streak. Washington Redskins’ fans hadn’t celebrated a home win in 391 days. Minnesota was the unlucky team that finally loss a game at Fedex Field. The Redskins scratched and clawed for a 38-26 win. The Minnesota Vikings were 4-1 coming into the game and the Redskins were coming off a disheartening loss to the undefeated Atlanta Falcons.
Minnesota got off to a quick start with three Blair Walsh field goals all in the first quarter. Washington’s ability to hold Minnesota’s offense to three short field goals early was the key to the game. The Washington Redskins came back in the second quarter with a vengeance. Robert Griffin III was back from his mild concussion and didn’t show any ill affects.
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