Redskins' Maurice Harris Makes One-Handed Touchdown Catch

Redskins' Maurice Harris Makes One-Handed Touchdown Catch

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Slot receiver Jamison Crowder will return today when Washington hosts the Minnesota Vikings (1 p.m. on November 12) after missing the Redskins' win at Seattle last week with a hamstring injury. Keenum finished the contest with 27 completions for 288 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception.

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The Vikings looked to be in great shape with a 35-17 lead before Keenum threw balls that were picked off in the third quarter and early in the fourth by Swearinger.

But on the whole, Keenum's day was impressive, as former starter Teddy Bridgewater returned to the sidelines.

Washington (4-4) played without six injured starters in a 17-14 win over the Seahawks.

On the day the former SC product produced three tackles and two pass defenses to go with the two interceptions. "He's an excitable guy and he needs to understand when's the good plays and bad plays sometimes". Players not from Minnesota after the game called it "Duck, Duck, Goose".

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Quarterback Kirk Cousins passed for one touchdown and ran for two more. Get the app and get the game. "Today, it got the best of me". Refs initially ruled the play incomplete, but replay showed conclusively that Harris had pulled in the ball in bounds.

"I was surprised myself", Harris said". Keenum passed to tight end David Morgan for a 1-yard touchdown and the Vikings' lead was 11.

"Something that won't happen again", Diggs said.

NOTES: In addition to DE Everson Griffen, the Vikings were without starting T Mike Remmers (concussion). However, Redskins coach Jay Gruden challenged the ruling on the field and was rewarded with a touchdown. S DeAngelo Hall sprained his right knee late in the second quarter, pressing CB Kendall Fuller to play out of position. Redskins WR Ryan Grant (concussion) and LB Will Compton (foot) left the game and did not return.

Vikings: Host the high-scoring Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in a game that could sort some order in the crowded NFC playoff picture.

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