Playoffs, baby. Division winners. We haven’t heard those terms used in conjunction with a Washington Redskins team in too long. They belong now, though. There were joyful tears being shed in the stands at Fed Ex last night, as Washington’s standout rookies, quarterback Robert Griffin III and running back Alfred Morris led their team to the long awaited promised land. Even Chief Zee looked a little misty- eyed.
Morris in particular was unstoppable last night, chalking up 200 yards and three touchdown as he bulled his way down the field against would be Dallas defenders. Griffin added a rushing touchdown of his own from ten yards out.
Washington’s opportunistic defense was exactly that, coming up with three interceptions of Romo on the night.
All this leads to a wildcard playoff game at Fed Ex against Seattle at 425 on Sunday. The tailgating should be especially awesome. Hail!