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Washington would again expand upon its lead via Cundiff's 37-yarder, to make it 30–14 Washington.
Saints kicker Garrett Hartley hit a 21-yard field goal to close the third quarter scoring at 30–17.
Washington would close the first quarter with a Robert Griffin III touchdown run to give the Redskins a 14–3 lead going into the second quarter. Louis continued to battle, as Zuerlein hit another field goal.
However, on the Redskins' ensuing possession, Griffin III connected with Leonard Hankerson for a 68-yard strike on a play action pass, and the Redskins appeared to take firm control, with a 21–6 edge. Louis would prove resilient, led by Danny Amendola's 12 receptions in the first half, St.
Right out of the gate, things started off on the wrong foot for the Redskins, as the Bengals attempted a trick play on the first play of the game, and executed it to perfection, as rookie wide receiver Mohamed Sanu took the snap and found a wide-open A. Green for a 73-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the game to make it 7–0 Bengals.
The Redskins would go three-and-out on its next possession, but punter Saverio Rocca would pin the Bengals deep in their own end, and on the ensuing play, Bengals QB Andy Dalton, under duress in his own endzone, threw a pass too wide for running back Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis, which was intercepted by linebacker Rob Jackson in the endzone for a Redskins touchdown, evening the score at 7 apiece.
Appearing to go into the second half up 20–7, Saverio Rocca's punt was blocked and returned four yards for a touchdown by Saints special teamer Courtney Roby to make it 20–14 at the half.
Griffin started his career as well as possible, going 6/6 on his opening possession, setting up a 37-yard field goal by new Redskins kicker Billy Cundiff.
However, fortunately for the Redskins, Brees' Hail Mary pass on the final play of the game fell short of the intended target and was intercepted by Reed Doughty to preserve the 40–32 upset win. Robert Griffin III became the first rookie QB to throw for 300 yards in his debut game and win the game.
This was the first game in league history to end with a score of 40 to 32.
Coming off their upset win over the New Orleans Saints, the Redskins continued their road trip and traveled to the Edward Jones Dome to meet the St.
Louis Rams for a 5th consecutive season, and for the third consecutive season in St. The Redskins started the game very well with Josh Wilson recovering a Danny Amendola fumble and returning it to the endzone for a 7–0 Redskins lead on the first snap of the game. Louis would fight back, however, and pick up a Greg Zuerlein 39-yard field goal to cut the Redskins advantage to 7–3.