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The Redskins increased their lead over the Packers to 11–0 in the second quarter of Sunday’s game on a 24-yard strike from quarterback Kirk Cousins to tight end Jordan Reed.

By SI Wire
January 10, 2016

The Redskins increased their lead over the Packers to 11–0 in the second quarter of Sunday’s game on a 24-yard strike from quarterback Kirk Cousins to tight end Jordan Reed.

On 3rd-and-10 from inside the Packers 25-yard line, Cousins fired deep over the middle to a streaking Reed for the score.

Kicker Dustin Hopkins missed the extra point, so the score remained 11–0.

 

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