The Redskins Had Two Field Goals Blocked by the Chargers, But Ended Up Winning in Overtime


The San Diego Chargers hadn’t blocked a field goal in 11 years coming into today’s game against the Washington Redskins.

Naturally, the Chargers blocked two in the first half.

In a thrilling game that went to overtime, the Redskins won, 27-24. Washington appeared to lose the game when Danny Woodhead reached the end zone late in the 4th quarter, but officials ruled he was out at the 6-inch line. The Redskins defense held on three straight plays, and the Chargers settled for a field goal and the game went to overtime.

But the Chargers lost the coin toss, and the Redskins marched downfield easily for the game-winning TD. San Diego never got a possession.

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