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Redskins execute worst-looking fake punt of all time to perfection

+ The Redskins were confident in the third quarter last night: they had a lead, and couldn't imagine ever not having it. Why not break out the cool trick plays, like this one. What's it called? A "fake" punt?

Redskins execute worst-looking fake punt of all time to perfection

+ The Redskins were confident in the third quarter last night: they had a lead, and couldn't imagine ever not having it. Why not break out the cool trick plays, like this one. What's it called? A "fake" punt?

+ Boy, Greg Jennings sure was upset when the Vikings called a timeout last night, leading 34-27. Or he was happy. Cards on the table, I didn't watch this particular Redskins-Vikings Thursday Night Football match-up.

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