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Redskins Escape With Win, RG3 Intact

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The Redskins and their sublime rookie Robert Griffin III survived two of the more chilling escapes of any NFL season on Sunday at FedEx Field. The Redskins won a desperately needed game. RGIII still has II knees.

Washington, trailing the Baltimore Ravens 28-20 with 4 minutes 47 seconds to play, came from behind behind the clutch play of rookie backup quarterback Kirk Cousins to win in overtime, 31-28, and keep their playoff hopes bubbling.

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