2012 Washington Redskins season - Game summaries - Regular season

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Regular season Week 1 Week 1 Washington Redskins at New Orleans Saints 32 Date: Location: Game start: Game attendance: Game weather: Referee: TV announcers (Fox): 7:05 7:05 WSH Redskins 3–0 3:49 3:49 NO Saints 7–3 3:28 3:28 WSH Redskins 10–7 11:33 11:33 WSH Redskins 17–7 6:08 6:08 WSH Redskins 20–7 :40 :40 NO Redskins 20–14 11:24 11:24 WSH Redskins 27–14 7:10 7:10 WSH Redskins 30–14 1:50 1:50 NO Redskins 30–17 10:59 10:59 WSH Redskins 33–17 6:19 6:19 NO Redskins 33–25 3:18 3:18 WSH Redskins 40–25 2:25 2:25 NO Redskins 40–32 The Redskins opened their 2012 season on the road, marking the much anticipated debut of Robert Griffin III, the second overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. 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, the lead would be short lived as Six time Pro Bowl QB Drew Brees marched his Saints down the field, culminating in a 20 yard touchdown pass to star tight end Jimmy Graham. For the first time, Griffin's resolve was tested, as he marched onto the field trailing for the first time. Griffin was unfazed, and after not completing a pass ahead of the line of scrimmage on his first possession, Griffin connected with fellow new Redskins Pierre Garçon for an 88 yard strike to give Washington a 10–7 lead. In the second quarter, Washington's lead continued to grow, as Griffin found second year man Aldrick Robinson for a 5 yard touchdown pass to extend Washington's advantage to 17–7. Cundiff added a 41 yard field goal to give Washington a 20–7 advantage. On the next Saints ensuing possession, Brees found Marques Colston who was on his way to an apparent touchdown, but fumbled in the Washington endzone, which resulted in a touchback. 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. Getting the ball to start the second half, Washington extended its advantage by way of a 1 yard rush TD by rookie running back Alfred Morris. 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. In the fourth, Washington again pushed its advantage to 16 when Billy Cundiff nailed his fourth field goal of the day, this one from 45 yards. However, the Saints would not go quietly. On the Saints' ensuing possession, Brian Orakpo dropped an interception on 3rd and 10 that would've all but sealed the deal. With this new break, Brees made the Redskins pay, as Lance Moore beat Madieu Williams to the endzone for a 33 yard touchdown on 4th and 10. Darren Sproles scored on the two point conversion to cut the Redskins lead to 33–25. The Redskins could not amass a first down on their next drive, and Drew Brees got the ball back with the crowd sensing a comeback. However, Brees overthrew his intended receiver on the first play of the drive, and DeJon Gomes returned the interception to the Saints 3 yard line, and on the next play, Alfred Morris extended the advantage to 40–25. However, the Saints continued to battle. It took Brees less than one minute to march New Orleans down the field and find Darren Sproles for a 2 yard touchdown pass, and the Saints again pulled within 8. The Redskins got the ball back and were able to nearly run out the clock, but gave Brees one last chance. 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. With the win, the Redskins began the season 1–0. 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. Week 2 Week 2 Washington Redskins at St. Louis Rams 31 Date: Location: Game start: Game attendance: Game weather: Referee: TV announcers (Fox): 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. Louis. 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. St. Louis would fight back, however, and pick up a Greg Zuerlein 39 yard field goal to cut the Redskins advantage to 7–3. 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. In the second, St. 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. However, St. Louis would prove resilient, led by Danny Amendola's 12 receptions in the first half, St. Louis pulled within 8 when Sam Bradford found the aforementioned Amendola to cut the Redskins' advantage to 21–13. Then, just before the half, Griffin threw his first career interception to Cortland Finnegan which set up Zuerlein's 42 yard field goal as the half ended to cut the lead to 21–16. In the third, momentum continued to swing St. Louis' way as Bradford found a wide open Brandon Gibson to give St. Louis its first advantage of the game. Griffin III continued to amaze as he found the end zone for a second time on the ground, and Washington ended the third quarter up 28–23. However, late in the third, for the second straight week, a Saverio Rocca punt was blocked, this time by St. Louis tight end Matthew Mulligan. To open the fourth, Bradford found Mulligan, and rookie Daryl Richardson scampered into the endzone for the two point conversion, and St. Louis led 31–28. Washington was unable to get into position to tie the game, but had an opportunity late when Richardson fumbled and DeJon Gomes picked it up to give Washington the ball with less than three minutes to play. Washington drove the ball to the St. Louis 29, which would have set up a 46 yard field goal attempt by Billy Cundiff, but Josh Morgan was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct after he threw the ball at Cortland Finnegan, moving Washington back to the St. Louis 46, and making it a 62 yard field goal. Cundiff's attempt was wide right and well short of the distance, and St. Louis held on for the 31–28 win. With the loss, the Redskins fell to 1–1. Also, Washington fell to 2–3 in their last five games against St. Louis, dating back the 2008 NFL season. In that time, the Rams have compiled a 13–53 overall record. Week 3 Week 3 Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins 31 Date: Location: Game start: Game attendance: Game weather: Referee: TV announcers (CBS): 14:43 14:43 CIN Bengals 7–0 11:00 11:00 WSH Tie 7–7 3:28 3:28 CIN Bengals 14–7 4:36 4:36 CIN Bengals 17–7 3:13 3:13 CIN Bengals 24–7 :31 :31 WSH Bengals 24–10 10:23 10:23 WSH Bengals 24–17 3:29 3:29 WSH Tie 24–24 11:24 11:24 CIN Bengals 31–24 7:08 7:08 CIN Bengals 38–24 3:35 3:35 WSH Bengals 38–31 Hoping to rebound from their road upset against the St. Louis Rams, the Redskins returned to FedExField in an attempt to win its sixth straight home opener and, simultaneously, snap a 6 game home losing streak, the longest such streak in the NFL currently. 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. J. 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 BenJarvus Green Ellis, which was intercepted by linebacker Rob Jackson in the endzone for a Redskins touchdown, evening the score at 7 apiece. However, the Bengals would continue to set the tone offensively, as Dalton would find Armon Binns on the sideline for a 48 yard score to take a 14–7 lead. In the second quarter, Cincinnati continued to dictate the flow of the game, and things began to look grim for the Redskins in Robert Griffin III's home debut. Late in the second, Mike Nugent connected on a 37 yard field goal to extend Cincinnati's advantage to 17–7. Less than a minute later, Cincinnati recovered a Griffin III fumble, and BenJarvus Green Ellis would score on a direct snap from one yard out to put Cincinnati in firm control, up 24–7. However, Washington refused to give up, as they drove down the field, and Billy Cundiff connected from 36 yards out to bring Washington back within two possessions, down 24–10. In the second half, Washington got the ball to start the third quarter, and wasted no time. Rookie Alfred Morris scored from 7 yards out, and the deficit was cut to 24–17. Later, Cincinnati went 3 and out, and Washington would rally to tie the game, with Griffin finding Santana Moss in the corner of the endzone to even the score at 24 apiece, in a game in which Washington seemed destined to lose earlier in the day. In the fourth, however, Washington's defense could not sustain. After squandering solid field position twice, and being out of timeouts with over twelve minutes to play in the fourth, Dalton found Jermaine Gresham for a 6 yard TD to put the Bengals back on top, 31–24. The Redskins again went 3 and out, and Dalton this time found speedy Andrew Hawkins for a 59 yard touchdown pass to give Cincinnati a 38–24 advantage. Washington, however, again refused to give in. Griffin III scored on a 2 yard touchdown run to cut the lead to 38–31, and after Washington's defense forced a punt, Griffin began with the ball at his own 1 yard line, down 7, with no timeouts. Attempting to recreate The Drive nearly worked, as the Redskins got to the Bengals 20, but Griffin III was then sacked for a sixth time on the day, and a third time by Michael Johnson, and the Redskins were then flagged for a false start and an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, making the once highly plausible last second TD pass nothing short of a miracle. Griffin III threw up a prayer that fell incomplete as time expired, and Washington lost 38–31. With the loss, the Redskins fell to 1–2 and sole possession of last place in the NFC East. They also set a mark for five consecutive games in which their defense allowed 30 or more points, dating back to the 2011 season. This is also the first time the Redskins have dropped a home opener since 2006, making this their seventh consecutive home loss. Week 4 Week 4 Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 22 Date: Location: Game start: Game attendance: Game weather: Referee: TV announcers (Fox): Looking to snap a two game losing streak, the Redskins traveled to Raymond James Stadium for a duel with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Redskins hadn't won in Tampa Bay since the 2006 playoff game in which they gained less than 150 yards. In the first quarter, Tampa Bay struck first, with kicker Connor Barth nailing a 50 yard field goal to give Tampa a 3–0 lead. On the ensuing drive, Washington responded by quarterback Robert Griffin III running a quarterback draw, but fumbling in the endzone. Fortunately, however, Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garçon pounced on it, and gave Washington a 7–3 edge as time expired in the first quarter. In the second quarter, Washington continued to increase its lead, as Griffin III scored on what was this time a successful quarterback draw, and Washington extended its advantage to 14–3. After a Tampa Bay punt, Washington was able to convert again as Florida Atlantic rookie running back Alfred Morris scored on a 39 yard run to put Washington firmly in control at 21–3. Near halftime, Barth would hit a 57 yard field goal to bring Tampa Bay back within 2 scores, at 21–6. In the third quarter, Washington's much maligned defense through the first three games began to fall back into the same patterns. Josh Freeman began to find open receivers, including bombs to Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams, to set Tampa Bay up in the redzone. Freeman would find Jackson for a 7 yard score, and Tampa cut the deficit to 21–13. In the fourth, with an opportunity to take a 2 possession lead, Redskins kicker Billy Cundiff missed his third field goal of the day, this one from a mere 31 yards, and Washington all of a sudden was in a nail biter. Freeman and the Buccaneer passing game continued to find its rhythm, and concluded the ensuing drive with a 2 yard run up the gut by LeGarrette Blount. However, Washington would retain the lead thanks to a failed two point conversion attempt, at 21–19. Unfortunately, Washington could not sustain a drive, and gave the ball back to the now clicking Tampa Bay offense. Tampa Bay got down the field, and Barth made his third long field goal of the day, to give Tampa Bay a 22–21 advantage with 1:42 to play. Washington would have one more chance, as Griffin III had his third chance in as many weeks to mount a comeback. With his headset malfunctioning, Griffin was left to fend for himself, and he was able to. With mere seconds to go, Griffin scrambled to the Tampa Bay 25, giving Billy Cundiff, who had gone 0 for 3 on field goals for the day, a chance for redemption and, quite possibly, a chance to save his job. This time, Cundiff delivered, squeezing the ball inside the upright for the 41 yard field goal with only 3 seconds to go, and Washington escaped, 24–22, when Tampa Bay's lateral drill was stopped short the endzone. With the win, Washington improved to 2–2, and 2–0 against the NFC South. Week 5 Week 5 Atlanta Falcons at Washington Redskins 17 Date: Location: Game start: Game attendance: Game weather: Referee: TV announcers (Fox): Looking to be over .500 for the second time this season, Washington returned home to face the 4–0 Atlanta Falcons, in hopes of snapping a 7 game home losing streak, as well as, as previously mentioned, be over .500 for the first time since Week 1. A game that was billed to be a game with lots of offense, and little defense, ironically had the script flipped on its head. In the first quarter, neither team was able to threaten the other, and the teams played to a scoreless tie, with both teams struggling to get the offense in its normal rhythm. In the second quarter, Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan threw an interception to Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan who returned it for a Redskins touchdown. After an Atlanta three and out, Washington got into the red zone, but Redskins kicker Billy Cundiff, who had missed three field goals the week before in Tampa Bay, shanked one from 31 yards out, and Washington was unable to build upon its advantage. Subsequently, the Falcons got the ball back, and Matt Ryan was able to find legendary tight end Tony Gonzalez to even the score at 7–7. In the third, defenses continued to set the tone. On its second possession of the second half, Washington moved the ball effectively into the red zone. However, on third down, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III scrambled to the left, slid down, and was hit hard by Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, and left the game with a concussion, and did not return. Cundiff gave Washington a 10–7 advantage by booting a 23 yard field goal, but Washington's main concern now was the health of their quarterback. In the fourth, Washington's defense, who had been on the field far more than it had been off, began to wear down. Matt Ryan found Julio Jones in the corner of the endzone to give Atlanta its first advantage of the day, at 14–10. However, the Redskins, in spite of an injured Griffin, fought back. Fellow rookie Kirk Cousins entered the game and, on 3rd and 9, found a wide open Santana Moss for a 77 yard strike to put Washington back in the lead, at 17–14. On Atlanta's ensuing possession, veteran kicker Matt Bryant evened the score at 17 all. After a Washington punt, Ryan got the ball back. With a now exhausted Redskins defense on the field again, Ryan picked the Redskins defense apart, then watched his running back, Michael Turner gash Washington and reach the endzone, and gave Atlanta a 24–17 lead. On Washington's ensuing possession, they were able to get to Atlanta's side of the field, but Cousins showed his rookie colors, stared down a receiver, and veteran cornerback Dunta Robinson made him pay, intercepting him. After Washington's defense stood tall, Washington got one final chance at it. However, Cousins was intercepted again on its first play of the ensuing drive, this time by Thomas DeCoud, sealing the win for Atlanta. Atlanta improved to 5–0. With the loss, Washington fell to 2–3 and lost their eighth consecutive home game. They have not won at home since their Week 2 win over the Arizona Cardinals last season. After the game, Washington was fined $20,000 for not updating Robert Griffin III's status. Week 6 Week 6 Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins 38 Date: Location: Game start: Game attendance: Game weather: Referee: TV announcers (Fox): After their loss to Atlanta, Washington hosted the Minnesota Vikings, looking to snap an 8 game home losing streak. The first quarter was dominated by the Vikings, as they reached the redzone three times and intercepted Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. However, the Redskins defense was able to stiffen in the redzone, holding the Vikings to three Blair Walsh field goals of 20, 27, and 27 yards, to give the Vikings a 9–0 advantage after one quarter. In the second, Washington finally was able to sustain a drive. The Redskins drive stalled at the Vikings' 33 yard line, however, and new Redskins kicker Kai Forbath got his first NFL opportunity, having replaced Billy Cundiff, who was cut earlier in the week, and delivered a 50 yard boot to trim the deficit to 9–3. After a Vikings three and out, Washington was able to run an 11 play drive that gave it its first advantage of the game, as Alfred Morris scored on a 1 yard run and gave Washington a 10–9 lead. On Minnesota's ensuing possession, Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder was sacked, fumbled, and the fumble was subsequently recovered by Lorenzo Alexander of Washington, setting the Redskins up at the Vikings 6. Robert Griffin III then found fullback Darrel Young for a 6 yard touchdown pass, extending the Redskins advantage to 17–9. In the third, Washington continued imposing its will, as they drove down the field again, this time culminating in a Robert Griffin III touchdown run, his fifth rushing touchdown of the year, setting a Washington Redskins record for rushing touchdowns by a Redskins QB and extending the Washington advantage to 24–9. The Vikings would not back down, though, and Blair Walsh connected again, this time from 37 yards, his fourth field goal on the day, to cut into the lead, and make it 24–12. In the fourth, the Vikings possessed the ball, but Ponder threw an interception straight into the waiting arms of Redskins free safety Madieu Williams, who returned it 24 yards to put the game nearly on ice, at 31–12 Washington. The Vikings, however, proved resilient. On their ensuing drive, the Vikings found the endzone for the first time on the day, with Ponder finding wide receiver Michael Jenkins for a 9 yard score. Ponder subsequently found Kyle Rudolph on a successful two point conversion attempt, and the Redskins lead was cut to 31–20. After Washington could not extend its advantage, Minnesota got the ball back. Once again, Minnesota scored, this time Ponder found Rudolph to cut the lead to 31–26. This time, however, the two point conversion came up short, meaning Minnesota would again need to score a touchdown to complete its rally. However, Washington's rookie QB would see to it that no comeback would be complete on his team on this day, as Griffin, on 3rd and 6 from his own 24, found a seam on a designed quarterback draw, and raced down the sideline for a 76 yard touchdown run, the longest such rush TD by a QB since Kordell Stewart scrambled for an 80 yard score against the Carolina Panthers in the 1996 season. With the score now 38–26 Redskins, the Vikings tried to rally again, and were able to reach the Redskins' goal line. However, with less than a half minute remaining, DeAngelo Hall intercepted Christian Ponder, to officially preserve the 38–26 win. With the win, Washington improved to 3–3, snapped an 8 game home losing streak, and will have an opportunity to take first place in the NFC East with a victory over the defending Super Bowl XLVI champion New York Giants next week. Week 7 Week 7 Washington Redskins at New York Giants 27 Date: Location: Game start: Game attendance: Game weather: Referee: TV announcers (Fox): 2:13 2:13 WSH Redskins 3–0 12:41 12:41 NYG Giants 7–3 8:45 8:45 WSH Redskins 10–7 3:53 3:53 NYG Tie 10–10 1:49 1:49 WSH Redskins 13–10 :02 :02 NYG Tie 13–13 12:55 12:55 NYG Giants 20–13 5:21 5:21 WSH Giants 20–16 1:32 1:32 WSH Redskins 23–20 1:13 1:13 NYG Giants 27–23 Looking to take sole possession of first place in the NFC East, the Redskins traveled to MetLife Stadium to take on their division rival, the Super Bowl champion New York Giants. In a first quarter dominated by the Redskins, Washington ran a drive that chewed up over half the quarter, but were only able to muster a Kai Forbath 20 yard field goal as the drive stalled in the red zone. In the second, the Giants would make the Redskins pay for being unable to capitalize in the red zone, as running back Andre Brown found the end zone to give the Giants a 7–3 lead. Washington would respond, however, with a 26 yard TD pass from rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III to veteran wide receiver Santana Moss to give Washington's advantage back, at 10–7. The Giants would again answer, as Lawrence Tynes connected from 27 yards out to even the score. Washington would respond with a 43 yard field goal from Forbath, and Tynes would again tie it from 39 yards out as time expired in the second. Albeit a scoreless third quarter, it was an eventful quarter that culminated in turnovers for both sides. Despite these events, neither team could capitalize in the third. In the fourth, Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw gave the Giants a 20–13 edge. Later in the fourth, Washington was able to cut into the deficit, as Forbath connected, this time from 45 yards out, and the lead was cut to 20–16. After the Redskins were able to stop the Giants on their ensuing possession, the Redskins were able to march down the field and stun the Giants, as Robert Griffin III hit Santana Moss from 30 yards out to give Washington a 23–20 lead. However, Eli Manning's receivers bailed him out again, as he connected with a wide open Victor Cruz for a 77 yard score to give New York its advantage back. Washington was able to get a drive going, but Santana Moss fumbled after getting into Giant territory, ending any chance of a comeback. With the loss, Washington fell to 3–4, 0–1 in the NFC East, and to the NFC East basement. Week 8 Week 8 Washington Redskins at Pittsburgh Steelers

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