The Washington Redskins took on the San Francisco 49ers in the sixth week of the regular season, and we have the video highlights from the game.
1st Quarter:Facing an early third down situation, quarterback Kirk Cousins rolled out on a bootleg and found running back Samaje Perine, who rushed upfield for 16 yards.
1st Quarter:The Redskins finished out their opening drive thanks to an 11-yard slant from wide receiver Josh Doctson for his second touchdown of the season.
2nd Quarter: Facing third down near the goal line, Perine ran into the flat and caught a floater from Cousins. He then made contact and dove into the end zone for his first career touchdown.
2nd Quarter: The Redskins continued to use the screen game to their advantage, setting up running back Chria Thompson for a 20-yard gain.
2nd Quarter:The screen usage continued on the Redskins' next drive, and Thompson showed off more of his juking skills, breezing by defenders for a 49-yard gain down the left sideline.
4th Quarter:On a similar play as one executed against the Chiefs, the Redskins dialed up another seam pass to tight end Vernon Davis, who caught the ball wide open and showed off his speed again in the open field.
4th Quarter:Later in the fourth quarter, Cousins completed a perfect zone-read keeper, running seven yards into the end zone to extend the Redskins' lead.
4th Quarter: The Redskins sealed the victory with nine seconds left when cornerback Kendall Fuller picked off C.J. Beathard on fourth down.