If you're a Redskins fan and you have a copy of Madden, there's a good chance you tried to re-enact some of the top plays, drives and defensive stands from this past season – or at the very least, you wiggled your thumbs in virtual rematches with teams on the 2015 schedule.
In the case that you didn't – or weren't able to re-live some of the comebacks that quarterback Trent Williams orchestrated – Madden has done so for you, putting together a string of highlights from the Redskins season and, as accurately as it can, mimicking them through the video game.
So, in case the real version wasn't good enough for you, take a look at how the same plays and highlights would look as motion graphics.
(Note: Don't expect these to be exact replicas. There's only so many times you can try run a play in Madden, earn the final result you want and then have the right personnel or juke moves that are attached to them.)
First up: Rob Kelley' first touchdown run against the Rams.
Re-visit tight end Jordan Reed's game-winning touchdown again the Buccaneers.
It's Reed again, this time with one of his signature touchdown catches against the Bears in Chicago.
On a broken shovel pass, Kirk Cousins keeps the ball and runs it in for a touchdown, weaving between Bills defenders.
Later in that game, Cousins finds Jamison Crowder for a long touchdown down the sideline.
To close out the regular season, Cousins broke a bunch of team records, thanks in part to this throw and grab by Rob Kelley.