Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles: Robert Griffin III leads Redskins over Eagles 27-20
- Eagles' Nick Foles passes the ball as Redskins' Stephen Bowen tackles him in the final seconds on Sunday. Foles was called for intentional grounding and the penalty ran out the clock, ending the game. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Robert Griffin III threw two touchdown passes in his first game back from a knee injury, Kai Forbath set the NFL record for consecutive field goals to begin a career and the Washington Redskins held on to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 27-20 Sunday for their sixth straight win.
Nick Foles drove the Eagles to the Redskins 5 before his intentional grounding penalty ended the game.
The Redskins (9-6) can clinch the NFC East with a victory over Dallas at home next Sunday.
They haven't won it since 1999 and last reached the playoffs in 2007.
Trying to play spoiler, the Eagles (4-11) fell short in what could've been Andy Reid's last game coaching the team at the Linc. Reid is unlikely to return to Philadelphia for his 15th season next year.
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