Do you miss football yet? It’s okay; we do too.
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, weeks 5 through 9, and weeks 10 through 13, so far we have crowned Pierre Garcon’s game-winning touchdown against Philadelphia as the best play from the first quarter of the season, Dustin Hopkins’ onside kick against Tampa Bay as the best play from the second quarter of the season, and DeSean Jackson’s 63 yard touchdown against the Giants as the best play from the third quarter of the season.
Today, the search continues as we look at the last four games of the 2015 regular season.
Jordan Reed TD vs Chicago
Kirk Cousins read-option TD vs Chicago
Cousins pocket poise, Matt Jones reception
DeSean Jackson 77 yard TD vs Buffalo
Pierre Garcon jump-ball TD vs Buffalo
Kirk Cousins scramble TD run vs Buffalo
Jordan Reed TD grab vs Philadelphia
DeAngelo Hall Fumble-Recovery TD vs Philadelphia
Cousins juke, Pierre Garcon TD grab vs Dallas
Will Compton picks off Kellen Moore
Colt McCoy connects deep with Rashad Ross vs Dallas
Will Blackmon picks off Kellen Moore
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