The Washington Redskins needed just three plays, 15 yards and 58 seconds to take a 17-14 lead over the Cleveland Browns with 13:14 left to play in the third quarter of today’s inter-conference matchup at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Rookie running back Alfred Morris put the Redskins back in front with a three-yard touchdown run behind left guard Kory Lichtensteiger on second-and-goal.
The Redskins’ defense set up the offensive score.
On second-and-nine from the Browns’ 27-yard line, quarterback Brandon Weeden looked to complete a pass to wide receiver Greg Little over the middle of the formation when fourth-year linebacker Rob Jackson intercepted the football and returned it 12 yards.
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