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Redskins Play of the Year 2015: Weeks 10 – 13

The 2015 Washington Redskins season was one that defied all expectations. The narrative surrounding this team seemed to change on a week to week basis, with big wins one week followed by devastating losses the next. Through all the ups and downs, there were highlights that shine bright in the collective memory of Redskins fans as they enter an offseason filled with optimism.

It is for that reason that here on Redskins Capital Connection we’re taking the time to go back into the 2015 archives and look at all the big plays in an effort to crown one single play the Redskins Play of the Year.

If that doesn’t get you excited, how about this; simply tweet out a link to this page with all the highlights, including the hashtag #RCC as well as your selection for the best play from week 1 through week 4, and you will go into the running to win this great shirt from our sponsors at Super Fan Style! 

(To enter, you must include the link to this page, the #RCC hashtag, and your selection in your tweet).

Continuing on from our previous series where we looked at weeks 1 through 4 and weeks 5 through 9, so far we have crowned Pierre Garcon’s game-winning touchdown against Philadelphia as the best play from the first quarter of the season, and Dustin Hopkins’ onside kick against Tampa Bay as the best play from the second quarter of the season.

This week we are looking at weeks 10 through to 13. Here we go:

Redskins play of the year - Weeks 10 through 13

 

Matt Jones 78 screen touchdown

Jordan Reed 16 yard touchdown

Perry Riley Jr one handed fadeaway interception

Will Blackmon touchdown saving chase down

Jamison Crowder bonecrunching touchdown grab

DeSean Jackson 56 yard touchdown grab vs CAR

Will Blackmon and KyShoen Jarrett combine for an interception

Quinton Dunbar picks off Eli Manning in the endzone

DeSean Jackson 63 yard touchdown grab vs NYG

DeSean Jackson 27 yard touchdown grab vs DAL

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