Redskins losing streak hits four, Ravens pull off dramatic victory

Frank Gore left Redskins defenders in his wake all afternoon. (Photo: Associated Press)
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Spotted in Indianapolis - A guy wearing an Indianapolis Colts "LUCK 12" custom jersey. Man, if the Colts win a couple games this year, that's going to be $150 well spent.

Deja vu in Foxborough - In Super Bowl XLII, Eli Manning drove the New York Giants down the field and scored in the final minute to stun the New England Patriots and win the NFL Title. This game certainly didn't have that kind of magnitude, but Manning did it again! The 24-20 loss was New England's first at Gillette Stadium in their last 25 home games.

Extra Skyline Chili for these guys! - If you had the Cincinnati Bengals and rookie quarterback Andy Dalton at 6-2 at the midway point of their season, raise your hand. Put your hand down. You're lying. But 6-2 they are after a 24-17 win over Tennessee.

Stunning OT win in the desert - By all means, Sunday's Rams/Cardinals game was a total snooze-fest. That is, until Patrick Peterson got his hands on a punt in overtime, and this happened. Wow.

No postseason for Maryland - Randy Edsall could have never seen this coming, nor could anyone involved in the Maryland football program, realistically.

With a new coach, renewed energy and a standout quarterback returning, 2-7 after the first week of November is somewhere not many people thought the Terrapins would be.

On the flip side, Mike London has got to be feeling good after the Virginia Cavaliers' 31-13 win in College Park on Saturday, sending the Wahoos to the postseason for the first time since 2007.

The Terps let another running back - this time Perry Jones - run roughshod over the defense, allowing Jones to rush for 139 yards and two scores.

Maryland's final three games are now moot when it comes to getting to a bowl games - they can't - and the lame duck portion of the Terrapins' season begins Saturday when they host Notre Dame at FedEx Field.

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