Here's a recap of some of the best Redskins highlights from their Week 16 matchup against the Eagles in Philadelphia.
As has been the case over the last few weeks, the Redskins got their offense going with tight end Jordan Reed. Quarterback Kirk Cousins found him for 33 yards and the Redskins started to find a rhythm.
Moments later it was Cousins and Reed again, completing a 22-yard score in the middle of the end zone for their first touchdown of the night.
It worked so nice, they did it twice. Cousins found his man Reed for 12 yards, the Redskins' and the tight end's second score of the game to put them ahead of the Eagles.
Late in the second quarter, cornerback Bashaud Breeland forced tight end Zach Ertz to fumble near midfield and Dashon Goldson scooped up the loose ball, eventually setting up a field goal.
In the third quarter, the Redskins extended their lead with a 12-yard touchdown pass to running back Chris Thompson.
Later in the third quarter, Eagles running back DeMarco Murray fumbled a pitch and defensive back DeAngelo Hall scooped it up for a 17-yard return touchdown.
Cousins concluded the offensive onslaught with a fade touchdown pass to Pierre Garçon to complete the fourth passing touchdown of the night.