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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Game Notes | Redskins @ Seahawks

Stuck with the fantasy irrelevant Seahawks for the second straight week.

Maurice Morris explodes through the middle for a 44-yard gain, but he's caught from behind.

Suisham misses a field goal, and Seattle keeps the 3-0 lead.

Santana Moss almost reeled in a bomb on the sidelines, but he couldn't quite pull it in.

Another bomb to Moss, this one in the end zone. Moss comes down with it on a jumpball but comes down out of bounds. He does, however, draw the pass interference penalty on Kelly Jennings.

Portis stuffed on a goal-line carry and ends up on his back on the sidelines while Ladell Betts comes on for the TD. Portis back up and walking around on the sideline, so it doesn't appear to be a concern.

Portis now having his right hip checked out by trainers.

Back to back screen passes inside the 10-yard line by the Seahawks, and Maurice Morris takes the 2nd one in for the touchdown.

Jason Campbell scrambling again, and he takes a nice shot. His running ability is well above average, but he's going to have to learn to get down instead of taking big hits.

Carlos Rogers falls down, Koren Robinson wide open and he just flat drops it. Again. He's had the same problem for years now -- poor hands. Hasselbeck just chucks ot sidearmed and off-balance to nobody over the middle of the field, and LaRon Landry picks him off. Awful pass. Nice catch-and-run by Cooley, and Campbell finds Antwaan Randle El for the go ahead TD.

Hasselbeck finally has the passing offense working early in the fourth quarter, and he hooks up with John Carlson for the game-tying TD.

Portis is dominating the Seahawks when they know the run is coming. Redskins salting the game away, but Portis gets dinged up again and Betts fumbles in his first carry of the drive. Seahawks get the ball with a minute and a half left. Hasselbeck promptly throws a pick on his first throw.

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