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Redskins get equalizer on zero-yard touchdown

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Bengals fans may be clamoring for more Sanu.

One drive after rookie receiver Mohamed Sanu fired a 78-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, quarterback Andy Dalton threw a pick six that generated no return yardage.

Hit while he was throwing, Dalton’s pass was intercepted in the end zone by linebacker Rob Jackson, who is replacing Brian Orakpo in the starting lineup.

The game currently is knotted at seven.

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1 Response to “Redskins get equalizer on zero-yard touchdown”
  1. logicalthinkersays says: Sep 23, 2012 1:48 PM

    The Redskins are going to win the game but with Trent Williams getting hurt…totally bittersweet.

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