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2015 NFC Wild Card Round: Redskins-Packers Video Highlights

Posted Jan 10, 2016

Here's a recap of some of the best Redskins highlights from their 2015 NFC Wild Card Round matchup against the Green Bay Packers at FedExField.

Here's a recap of some of the best Redskins highlights from their 2015 NFC Wild Card Round matchup against the Green Bay Packers at FedExField.


On the Packers' second offensive drive of the game, Redskins linebacker Preston Smith came off the edge and sacked quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the end zone for a safety, the first points of the game.

The Redskins converted on a third down thanks to a spectacular one-handed grab from tight end Jordan Reed, who hauled in the catch and collected a chunk of yards up field.

Reed ended that same drive by hauling in a 24-yard strike over the middle for the game's first touchdown.

Running back Chris Thompson showed some of his quick-move ability with a 25-yard scamper up the middle, dragging a Packers defender.

Facing a fourth-and-1 situation, Cousins turned to no other than Reed on a play action pass that got the Redskins 17 yards.

The Redskins use a little trickery and it works. With four receivers to his left, quarterback Kirk Cousins took the snap and sprinted upfield untouched for a 3-yard touchdown.

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