2. Robert Griffin III sticks in pocket, hits Pierre Garçon for 88-yard touchdown pass (Sept. 9)
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"The play was big for both the Saints and the Redskins. For New Orleans it was an ominous view into the future of a defense that would eventually give up more yards than any other team in NFL history. For Washington, it proved the club had found itself a franchise quarterback to lead it back into the playoffs.
"In one fell swoop, the Saints’ had lost momentum and would never regain the lead. New Orleans also never would get above .500 again."
Read Bradley's full thoughts in his article